The Good, the Bad, and the Petty

Lebrrrooooooooooooooooonnnn James. The greatest player on the planet showed the world how good he can be by putting together one of the most impressive single performances on a basketball court in recent memory. On the eighteenth night of November the G.O.A.T. returned to Miami where he had yet to seize a victory since he left the Heat four years ago. That would change very soon.

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The Good, the Bad, and the Petty: Week One

The NBA is like other sports in a lot of ways, but very different in one: the NBA is the pettiest league that has been or ever will be. By petty I mean excessive sub-tweeting, passive aggressive Instagram post-liking, and just doing Joel Embiid things. This column for the rest of the NBA season will keep you updated with the Good, the Bad, and the Petty of the NBA season.

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NBA Playoff Preview

The sun is out. The flowers are in bloom. Exams are upon us. It’s playoff time. For months we have been forced to sit quietly, overflowing with anticipation, as we await the part of the season that really matters, the part where the sports stars pull away from the pack and show what it really takes to be one of the greats and truly excel at the game of basketball.

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The Unusual Habits of Professional Athletes

The world of professional sports is undoubtedly high stress. It is made up of athletes who have typically been working their entire lives towards one goal, and once they have reached it, they are locked in a daily battle to remain healthy and avoid extended periods of poor performance, both of which could ultimately cause their lifelong dream to reach a swift and unexpected end.

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