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    1. Derrick Rose's Love for the Game is Bigger than His Injuries

      Derrick Rose's Love for the Game is Bigger than His Injuries

      Derrick Rose was an excellent basketball player. The operative word there is "was". Those days of excellent basketball days are over it seems. It's been over for a long time.

      But the former MVP still has love for the game and that's all he needs to continue playing in the NBA. This Marc Spears article from The Undefeated beautifully highlights that undying love.

      Despite basketball pundits saying that it's time for him to hang up the shoes, Derrick Rose will continue to play the game he loves on the biggest stage this incoming season.

      "Rose, who spent ...

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    2. Grant Hill's Unconventional Hall of Fame Career

      Grant Hill's Unconventional Hall of Fame Career

      Grant Hill, despite the terrible injuries he suffered through his entire career, had a great career worthy of the Basketball Hall of Fame. He was co-rookie MVP with Jason Kidd and was named the heir-apparent to none other than Michael Jordan because of the similarities in their game.

      This interesting article on The Undefeated talks about how the athlete-turned-reporter made his way through the league. He shares with us his feelings on his label as a someone who had black privilege growing up. It's an interesting perspective to check out in a league filled with rags to riches stories ...

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    3. Jason Kidd: How Warriors, A’s and Raiders helped Hall of Fame path The point guard talks about the sports mentors who helped pave his way

      BERKELEY, California – Jason Kidd is enjoying breakfast and the picturesque view of San Francisco from the Claremont Hotel. This is the city where the newest member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame was born. But it was down the street in Oakland where Kidd was raised.

      “We moved to Oakland when I was 3,” Kidd, who is wearing an Oakland Athletics cap, told The Undefeated. “What happens if we never moved from San Francisco?”

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      Mentions: Football
    4. Steve Nash: ‘A white guy from Canada with swag’ Hawks coach Lloyd Pierce talks about his friendship with Hall of Famer and former teammate Steve Nash

      Steve Nash: ‘A white guy from Canada with swag’ Hawks coach Lloyd Pierce talks about his friendship with Hall of Famer and former teammate Steve Nash

      As Steve Nash enters the Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday, Atlanta Hawks coach Lloyd Pierce shares about his friendship with his former college backcourt mate.

      I thought I knew all about basketball … until I met Stephen Nash.

      A good teammate is about sacrifice, support and, ultimately, commitment.

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      Mentions: Charities Football
    5. A Fitting Tribute to Manu Ginobili

      A Fitting Tribute to Manu Ginobili

      "People can often find inspiration and joy in someone who sounds and looks like them," writes Undefeated writer Mark Spears. Manu Ginobili definitely looked and sounded like most of the largely Hispanic Texas community of the Spur's hometown.

      Spears' tribute is a touching one especially for San Antonio Spurs fans who saw Manu play. It's a tear jerker of a farewell to a man who who has been the representative of the hardworking immigrant willing to do anything absolutely everything for the job that he was asked to do.

      Ginobili's influence in the Spur's fanbase and ...

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      Mentions: Locals Home
    6. Quick Chat With the Knick's New Head Coach David Fizdale

      Quick Chat With the Knick's New Head Coach David Fizdale

      Global Hoops Magazine thoroughly enjoyed reading this article from The Undefeated because it's about one of the most famous franchises in the NBA. In it, new coach David Fizdale talks about the shifting power dynamics in the east versus west because of Lebron's departure from Cleveland and how he plans to finally deliver the Knicks to a station of relevance.

      He doesn't only talk shop in this interview. He also opens up about social issues that he's concerned with. He discusses how he helped influence the removal of a few confederate statues back in Memphis and ...
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    7. How An Injury Can Lead King's No. 20 Pick to the Rookie of the Year Award

      How An Injury Can Lead King's No. 20 Pick to the Rookie of the Year Award

      Harry Giles is finally ready to get back on the court for the Kings. This excellent feature on Undefeated tells us at Global Hoops how he's going to be an effective player this coming season.

      In this article, Marc Spears tells us how the former no. 20 pick in the 2017 draft is dominating practices as his ACL tear heals up. "Kings center Willie Cauley-Stein said in a recent interview that Giles would win the 2019 NBA Rookie of the Year award," reads the article.

      The injury might have been a blessing in disguise for Giles. He may not ...

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    8. NBA B-list free agents to keep an eye on Jamal Crawford: ‘To be a great team, the supporting players have to star in their roles, no matter what the role is’

      NBA B-list free agents to keep an eye on Jamal Crawford: ‘To be a great team, the supporting players have to star in their roles, no matter what the role is’

      The attention will be on NBA stars LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Paul George, DeMarcus Cousins, Chris Paul and DeAndre Jordan when free agency begins July 1. But how many teams truly have a shot at them? Durant has said he plans to re-sign with the Golden State Warriors.

      For most teams, the second-tier free agents are more realistic and more affordable, and a team could perhaps damage a rival by signing them away.

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    9. Michael Porter Jr.: ‘I don’t feel entitled to this’ A huge weight is lifted as the once-projected No. 1 pick finally goes to Nuggets at No. 14

      Michael Porter Jr.: ‘I don’t feel entitled to this’ A huge weight is lifted as the once-projected No. 1 pick finally goes to Nuggets at No. 14

      BROOKLYN, New York — Michael Porter Sr. looked at the pin on his suit that read “Faith” and it brought him to tears as he thought about his stressed-out son before the 2018 NBA draft.

      No one wants to see his child in mental and physical pain. But that’s been the case as Michael Porter Jr. went from the projected No. 1 pick in the draft a year ago to falling dramatically after a back injury sidelined him for most of his freshman season at Missouri.

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