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Toni Kukoc: The Overlooked X-Factor

Reading Time: 2 minutesMany younger basketball fans were introduced to the name Toni Kukoc after watching The Last Dance, but few know the true impact he had in the Bulls’ second three-peat. Whether intentional or not, the omission of Kukoc in the lore of the Bulls’ dynasty has greatly impacted the way he is viewed historically, as well as the way we view the Jordan-led Bulls. While the “Big 3” of MJ, Rodman and Scottie Pippen had rightfully cemented their places as some of the greatest players in the history of the sport, the Bulls still needed a consistent 3rd...

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Why Derrick Rose Should Not Have Won His MVP

Reading Time: 2 minutesBefore we start, let me take you all the way back to the 2010-11 NBA season. LeBron’s first year in Miami The year Dirk finally got his ring MVP finalist Dwight Howard and the No. 1 seed Spurs lost in the first round KD averaged 27.7 points per game Kevin Love snagged 15.6 rebounds per game, a league-high. Back to D-Rose. There’s a problem with the MVP award in the NBA. And that problem is that the best player isn’t picked every year. More often than not, the MVP award is all about narrative and story,...

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