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How The Timberwolves Missed Out On 20 All-Stars In 7 Years

The Timberwolves somehow missed out on having 20 All-Stars on their roster...in just 7 years.
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Shaq's Beef With Today's Generation (Sorry, Donovan Mitchell)
Shaquille O’Neal does this thing where he talks a lot of trash about A LOT of players in the league today.
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Michael Jordan's Greatest Failure
Michael Jordan went 6-0 in the NBA Finals. Never lost when it mattered most.
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Bizarre Situation Of Ray Allen Being Catfished
Ray Allen is a multi-millionaire, 2-time NBA champion, and a man who has allegedly been catfished. Hold up?! Oh yeah. If you’re unaware of Ray Ray apparently being duped like your buddy on a tinder date from hell, you’re in for a treat.
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Warriors' BIGGEST Miracle (Bigger Than 73-9 Dubs Getting Kevin Durant)
Think the loaded 73-9 Warriors with Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green getting Kevin Durant was their BIGGEST miracle? Think again.
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How Bradley Beal, James Harden Were Nearly Traded For Each Other In 2012
A Bradley Beal, James Harden trade that nearly stopped LeBron from going to 10 NBA Finals and a Kevin Durant-Steph Curry dynasty from ever forming.
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When The NBA Made 3-Pointers EASIER
We all know Steph Curry and Damian Lillard can shoot 3s like they were layups. But what if Steph was able to take his threes from closer than the 3-point line?
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Knicks' Biggest Off-Court Problem That Cost Them Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving
The bizarre James Dolan ownership situation in New York, investigated.
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The Tasty Beef Between Chris Paul And Rajon Rondo
Rockets' Chris Paul has a touchy relationship with a lot of players around the NBA. With Lakers' Rajon Rondo, that relationship is punchy.
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15-Year-Old Kid Who Body-Slammed Prime Shaquille O'Neal
What if I told you that a 15-year-old kid once body slammed prime Shaq to the ground? Well, it happened. And all 7-feet, 350lbs of Shaq had to suffer.
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10 Scrubs Who Made WAY More Than Michael Jordan
Michael Jordan is widely considered to be the GREATEST basketball player to ever live. He’s certainly up there at least…even if he’s no Evan Turner? Wait. Relax. Eat a bowl of Frankenberry; we’ll explain.
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Mark Moseley: The Kicker That Won NFL MVP
Tom Brady engineering game winning drives. Patrick Mahomes throwing no-look passes. Lamar Jackson forcing defenders to tackle shadows. Now, try to imagine the prestigious award being given to someone like Justin Tucker or Harrison Butker. No disrespect to either of those guys, but the idea is laughable. Yes, they are some of the best in the league at what they do, but…they’re kickers. And kickers don’t win MVP’s. Unless you’re…Mark Moseley.
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The Worst Head Coach in NBA History
This coach was so bad that the 10-72 Philadelphia 76ers STILL had a better chance of winning on a nightly basis than his team.
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Theory: Two 3-Pointers That Keeps LeBron In Cleveland, Kevin Durant In OKC
LeBron never leaving Cleveland? Kevin Durant staying in OKC? It literally could have happened if it wasn’t for TWO Klay Thompson 3-pointers.
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Anthony Davis' WORST Team Ever
By 15, he was 6’2. By 17, 6’7. And by 19, he had reached his adult height of 6’10.
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How Paul Pierce Was Stabbed 11 Times And Didn't Miss A Game
Paul Pierce was literally stabbed 11 times and STILL ended up playing all 82 games that season. Here's the story of how it all happened with the Boston Celtics legend.
The Final Ring
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The Final Ring: Kobe & The Lakers' 2010 Title [Official Trailer] | ClutchPoints Original
New Name. New Dates. All Before The NBA Season. July is about to be lit. The Lakers captured their 16th championship on June 17th, 2010. At the forefront of this postseason run was Kobe Bryant. 10 years later, as we look back at how the LakeShow took revenge on their biggest rivals, we get a chance to reminisce on the star we lost and still mourn today. “The Final Ring” tells the story of Kobe’s final championship run, and how he solidified the legacy. Tune in Sunday at 6PM PST to watch the first episode, airing on ClutchPoints’ YouTube, IGTV, and Facebook! Full release dates: Ep 1 - July 5 Ep 2 - July 8 Ep 3 - July 12 Ep 4 - July 15 Ep 5 - July 19 Ep 6 - July 22 Ep 7 - July 26 Ep 8 - July 29
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The Final Ring Episode 1 ft. Metta World Peace
THE FINAL RING: EPISODE 1 It's been 10 years since the Kobe Bryant-led Los Angeles Lakers won their last championship ring. And what a season it was.
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The Final Ring Episode 2 The Stars That Never Collided
It's been 10 years since the Kobe Bryant-led Los Angeles Lakers won their last championship ring. And what a season it was. But there was a superstar that the Mamba never collided with when it mattered most: LeBron James.
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The Final Ring Episode 3 Celtics Pt. 1
It's been 10 years since the Kobe Bryant-led Los Angeles Lakers won their last championship ring. And what a season it was. But this episode takes part before those 10 years. 12 years ago, the Lakers were annihilated by the Boston Celtics to the tune of 39 POINTS in Game 6 of the NBA Finals. That sparked the redemption of Kobe and the Lakers going to get back what they felt Boston stole. Here's how that fire was built inside the Lakers to go for that 2-peat. The final 2 championships of Kobe's career.
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The Final Ring Episode 4 Kobe's #2 - Pau Gasol
It's been 10 years since the Kobe Bryant-led Los Angeles Lakers won their last championship ring. And what a season it was. But the Pau Gasol trade is what made it all a reality. The best part about a No. 2? They can become a No. 1 when it matters most.