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Russell Westbrook and the Houston Rockets... why not?
Russell Westbrook and the Houston Rockets... why not?
In a summer of blockbuster moves in the NBA, the Houston Rockets and their GM Daryl Morey have gambled on the talents of Russell Westbrook, but how will this impact a team already engineered around and dominated by a do-it-all player?
“If you get knocked down, you’re going to have to get back up” – New York basketball is back
“If you get knocked down, you’re going to have to get back up” – New York basketball is back
After the worst season in franchise history, the New York Liberty has got back to winning ways, and with players returning from FIBA EuroBasket, they could be set for a run to the playoffs
Could the NBA's player-movement "problem" be its most powerful tool for growth?
Could the NBA's player-movement "problem" be its most powerful tool for growth?
Following a period of NBA Free Agency in which the a number of superstars switched teams, Dr Justin Quinn debates and challenges if player power and freedom of movement is bad for the game.
The Los Angeles Clippers, are the here and now
The Los Angeles Clippers, are the here and now
After decades of shortcomings, the LA Clippers and their ClipperNation finally have a shot at at title. Guest Contributor and Clippers Fan, Tom Young gives his reaction to one of the biggest moves in NBA history.
Bill Walton: The greatest center that never was
Bill Walton: The greatest center that never was
Bill “Big Red” Walton’s on-court success has largely been forgotten. In his Double Clutch debut, Clark Priday addresses this travesty unearthing the body of work that puts Walton up there with the greatest players of all time.

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Episode 306 – NBA | Kawhi Leonard and Paul George literally caused an earthquake
Episode 306 – NBA | Kawhi Leonard and Paul George literally caused an earthquake
Matthew Wellington and Mike Miller discuss Kawhi Leonard’s decision to join the Los Angeles Clippers. His powers of persuasion; the Clippers year-long pursuit and what this move means for the NBA as a whole. Also, is there an overriding lesson to learn from Leonard’s decision? And more.