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    NBA TV’s Ro Parrish Weighs-In On Charles Barkley Criticism

    Over the last few seasons, NBA TNT analyst Charles Barkley has been criticized for not knowing different players’ names. He has also has been picked apart because a lot of his guarantees do not come to fruition. Shaquille O’Neal on Sunday, caught Barkley sleep during the first half of the Philadelphia 76ers and Wizards game. […] More

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    NBA TV’s Ro Parrish Gives Stephanie Ready Her Flowers

    TNT NBA broadcaster Stephanie Ready has been a trendsetter throughout her entire career. Following a brilliant four-year campaign at Coppin State University, Ready finished her college career ranked among the leaders of all-time in points, rebounds, assists, and steals. She then accepted an assistant coaching position with Coppin State’s men’s basketball team. The school later […] More

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    Working With Candace Parker Is Priceless, Says Ro Parrish

    Back in September 2019, future Hall of Famer Candace Parker signed a multi-year extension with Turner Sports. “I’m so excited to be returning to Turner Sports to work alongside the best teammates in the world,” said Parker. “I look forward to building on my experiences and learning, working, growing and most importantly, laughing, while covering […] More

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    Damian Lillard Is Bubble MVP, Says Hall Of Famer

    Damian Lillard over the past three game has scored 154 points, but Portland needed every single point in order to stay alive to play into the play in game on Saturday for the eight seed in the Western Conference. Its a feat that has never been done before until now. And we can all thank […] More

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    NBA Legends Sound OFF-On Nets Caris LeVert

    The Brooklyn Nets and the Portland Trailblazers are playing each other on Thursday Night on TNT. There was little defense from both sides in the first half, but for the Nets, Caris LeVert is balling. He had 37 points, six rebounds, and has dished out 9 assists. Right before the half, NBA Hall of Famer […] More

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    NBA Awards: Could We Have Co-Rookie of the Year Winners This Year?

    According to a variety of NBA insiders and NBA personalities, there is a strong possibility that the Dallas Mavericks rookie sensation Luka Doncic can hear his name called tonight during the NBA Awards. Doncic averaged 21.2-points, 7.8-rebounds, 6.0 assists per game for Dallas this season. Former Dallas Maverick forward Cedric Ceballos recently gave Luka Doncic […] More