Starbury Basketball Shoes are Back!

Stephon Marbury’s low cost basketball shoes, called Starbury’s, are back, better than ever and available online and soon at CitiTrends stores. Starbury hats, apparel and shoes were originally sold at Steve & Barry’s back in 2006. Good things stay around or come back and the Starbury brand offers tremendous, low cost shoes that anyone can afford. […]

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The LA Clippers are a Mystery

The LA Clippers have retooled their team this off-season, making them the NBA’s biggest mystery. They sent Chris Paul to Houston, brought in the Rooster from Italy, Danilo Gallinari, Patrick Beverley and a few other pieces. The Clippers thought and said, hey, we haven’t won, let alone gotten to the finals, with the players we’ve […]

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Michael Beasley Signs with Knicks

Michael Beasley is taking his talents to New York, signing a one year deal with the New York Knicks. Beasley’s deal, as per ESPN’s Bobby Marks, is worth around $2.1 million, he signed for the veteran’s minimum. Knicks fans can only hope that Beasley brings a heck of a lot more than the minimum, however. […]

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Pelicans Get Ian Clark

The New Orleans Pelicans have agreed to sign Ian Clark to a one year, $1.6 million deal. This is a solid signing for the Pelicans. Ian Clark can come in and backup Rajon Rondo and be a rock for the young Pelicans. The Pelicans main stars are Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins, but other than […]

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Spain Beats Germany FIBA U20 Europe 2017

Spain beat Germany 69-61 in the quarterfinal of the FIBA U20 European championship. Good game, strong display of how far international basketball has come. Germany kept it close with Spain throughout the game, but Spain had too much firepower. Spain had stronger defense, offense and overall intensity. Germany was able to score the ball pretty consistently, they […]

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Greece Beats Montenegro FIBA U20 Europe 2017

Greece beat Montenegro 56-49 in the FIBA U20 European tournament. Decent game overall, very defensive minded, both teams played great defense. Not a lot of offense, just 56 points won the game for Greece. In the fourth quarter, the coach for Montenegro was ejected. That was a long, odd ejection. Greece had a nice flow […]

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Virgin Islands Beat Guatemala Women’s Centrobasket 2017

The Virgin Islands beat Guatemala 82-58 in the Women’s Centrobasket tournament. The game was good, Guatemala was able compete in the 1st half, they stuck with the US Virgin Island pretty well. That being said, the Virgin Islands team was more talented, taller, and more experienced. It was an entertaining first half, Guatemala played full […]

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Zach Randolph

Kings Add Experienced Vets

The Kings are bringing in veteran players to complement their young core. Zach Randolph, George Hill and Vince Carter are taking their talents to Cali. Vlade Divac is to thank for these smart signings. The reason for bringing these guys in, aside from experience, is the lessons they can teach. Buddy Hield, Skal Labissiere and […]

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Sean Marks

Nets Making Smart Moves

The Brooklyn Nets are making smart moves this off-season. Sean Marks is putting together a squad that isn’t based on hype and star power, he’s building a team. A team can have a star, or stars, but having a more balanced, cohesive unit has much more upside. The D’Angelo Russell trade is the main move […]

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