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There's nothing like lightning fast games of professional ice hockey to keep the crowds entertained. The black puck blazes a trail across the ice, as crushing tackles and punch-ups ignite the crowds. It's a game where NHL goons love to scrap, and the fans are ready to devour the action as it happens. We've already alluded to the best New Jersey Devils teams of all time, so today we'd like to pay tribute to this fantastic Garden State team with some lesser-known facts.
The funny thing about college basketball is that sometimes great players don't get drafted to the NBA. Many college basketball superstars put on spectacular performances for their schools, given the competitive tournament game-play that they are privy to. When the NBA goes scouting during the draft, not every terrific CBB player gets signed. In our quest to uncover the top 10 CBB players, we wound the clocks back to bring you a list of talented athletes.
Is New York in the house? You bet! New York – the Big Apple – is home to some of the ‘biggest and baddest’ sports superstars on the planet. For New York NBA fans, nobody does it better than the Knicks. These superstars light up the court with power plays and gravity-defying moves. Let's check out some of the best New York Knicks teams of all time. Lace up, suit up, it's time to shoot some hoops with the New York Knicks!
The NBA All-Star games are a big to-do every year on the calendar. These games bring the National Basketball Association’s most talented stars to the grand stage, hence the name. With so many sizzling-hot athletes on the court, none of the teams want their star players to get injured. So, they tend to avoid injury through playing an attacking game with little focus on defense. The scores are typically close with very little daylight separating the teams. In recent years, the MVPs have featured LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, and Russell Westbrook.