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Andrew Bernstein, Hall of Fame NBA Photographer: The Definitive Interview

You may not know the name Andrew Bernstein but if you are a basketball fan you have seen and enjoyed his work. Ever seen...

Today In NBA History 1979: Magic Johnson & Larry Bird Debut

What a day for the future of the NBA. At the time it seemed like just another season opening game. But the future of the...

Jerry West Retirement Anniversary: Office Space Edition

Today in 1974, Los Angeles Lakers guard Jerry West retired from the NBA. Even if you’re just a casual NBA fan, you probably know enough...

This Week In NBA History 2002: Lakers Announcer Chick Hearn Dies

In 2002, Lakers legendary announcer Chick Hearn passed away. Hearn's voice may be the most recognizable of any announcer in NBA history. In terms of legacy...

Three Questions With Lakers Legend Elgin Baylor

However you quantify NBA greatness, Elgin Baylor’s name will always enter the equation. Baylor advanced the NBA style of play by about 20 years.  Without...

Today In NBA History 1987: Magic Johnson Hits “Junior Hook Shot”...

On 6/11/87, Magic Johnson created potentially his most memorable play: Magic made victory appear out of thin air in with his Junior Hook Shot...

5 Greatest Comebacks In NBA History – Jesus/Easter Edition

In honor of your Lord and savior Jesus Christ, I've compiled this completely non-denominational list of the 5 greatest comebacks in NBA history. While you're...

Buy Robert Horry’s House For $2.2 Million; Best Clutch Shooter Ever?

"Big Shot Bob" Robert Horry wants YOU to buy his house. For just over a cool two million, you can pretend to be a 6-10,...

Today In NBA History 1972: Lakers Win 33rd In A Row

Today in 1972, the Lakers set an untouchable record. This is potentially the most overlooked record in all of sports. To put the record into...

Today In NBA History 1971: Kareem Scores Career High 55

Today in 1971, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar scored a career-high 55 points in Milwaukee’s 120-104 victory over Boston. It's somewhat suprising his career high wasn't higher. And that's not a slight...