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Jimmer Fever (Revisited)

(Editor’s note: The following blog post was written by Bryson Kearl exactly a year ago today as Jimmermania was at full tilt at BYU and across the nation. As Jimmer prepares to return to Utah to play the Jazz tomorrow, … Continue reading

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Jimmer’s First NBA Game (Preseason edition)

(Editor’s note: The following is an email sent by our art director and NBA enthusiast Tommy Currit.) I watched the Kings/Warriors game on Saturday. Jimmer went from hesitant at first, to calling for the ball, to finally getting the ball. … Continue reading

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The Perfect NBA Storm Is Coming

The Van Gundy is back! It’s been awhile, but since the NBA lockout is officially over, we decided to end our lockout as well. What’s that? Nobody cares? Wrong, NBA Cares. Much has happened in the sporting world since our … Continue reading

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ESPN Presents: The Lockout

  *** Sam Pugh is an artist who enjoys creating storyboards, ultimate frisbee, and corduroy pants. This is his first of (hopefully) many comics with The Van Gundy.

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The Problem With Referees, Umpires, And Anyone Who Makes Judgments

Hey ref, you suck!  Ever been to a live sporting event and not heard that at one point or another? Maybe it wasn’t said just like that, or maybe the word ump (or judge, or stripes, or Dick Bavetta) was … Continue reading

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The Blessings of a Shorter Season

Why quality should trump quantity Some things are good. Some things are bad. And some things that seem bad are actually good, like a strike-shortened NBA season. Lets face it, the NBA season is too long, as are the MLB … Continue reading

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Three Surprising People Who Altered NBA History

How Lenny Kravitz, Slobodan Milosevic, and Henry Ford changed the NBA forever Lenny Kravitz All that Lenny wanted was Stillness of Heart, and that’s because he got around. One of the women he dated, Victoria’s Secret Supermodel Adriana Lima, would … Continue reading

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