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Quentin Haynes
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College sophomore. Still working on this "Figuring it out" thing, but I think I got it down. 
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The Good Offseason Deal Of Rajon Rondo For Pau Gasol

Rajon Rondo is on the block, Pau Gasol is on the block. The Lakers could use an upgrade at the point guard spot, Boston could use some stabi

New Orleans’ Rebuilding Process Starts With Eric Gordon

NEW ORLEANS — The hurricane and the oil spill hit five years apart. At various times the team had neither a permanent home nor an owner. The

Helping Me, Helping You Understand Tyreke Evans

From ages 19-25, we expect growth, even in the smallest way. Whether it's a fraction of an increase in field goal percentage, an increase in

Shabazz Muhammed’s UCLA Choice Was Excellent

One star, a program-changer, Shabazz Muhammed. Last night, the high school senior had the college basketball world buzzing as he made his pi

Anthony Davis And The Superstar Potential

With the era of one and done players, and “projects”, the one area of basketball that’s been lacking is the big men. In the 1980′s and 1990′

The Truth About Paul Pierce

Pierce passed Larry, and like Larry, could hold a very interesting title to his name. Last night, a legend was moved down in the rec

The Adjustment Of Carmelo Anthony

Did the New York Knicks give up too much? That was the question brought up as the Knicks struggled, while Denver ascended to the second spot

Picking the NBA Award Winners

*All stats as of 4/21/12* As the season ends, another door opens. Well, two doors open actually. The first door? The playoffs, where 16 team

The Nicolas Batum-Gerald Wallace Situation

Do you keep Nicolas Batum, or Gerald Wallace moving forward? Two different players, and only one big pay day in the offseason. The Po

The Pro Basketball Talk: The Frontcourt Change Is Needed In Utah

The Utah are sitting comfortably in the seventh slot in the Western Conference at 24-20. For the second straight season, the Jazz are on pac

Dwight Should Follow The Way Of The Dream

The Orlando Magic have been one of the most talked about teams this season, and not in a good way. With an agonizing superstar, the Magic ha

The Next Move In Chicago

“Why was he in the game when Chicago was up double digits?” Just on of the questions I, and many of the Bulls faithful wondered as Derrick R

Interview: Big K.R.I.T.'s 10 Favorite Games Of All Time

Take a look at the rapper's mix of titles. The original buyer's guide for men.

John Calipari: The Legacy, The Future, and The Knicks

The clock hit 0.0, and something changed, the Kansas Jayhawks, a great team in itself, couldn’t get an advantage, as the Kentucky Wildcats r

Boogie Nights: The Oddity That Is DeMarcus Cousins

DeMarcus Cousins is slowly putting it all together. It's weird how a simple coaching staff change could make players perk up. After a

The Sleeping Giant In The Western Conference

The open door. The unwatched throne. The western conference's final spot is wide open. The Oklahoma City Thunder is great, but they're still