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J.M. Poulard is the Warriors World editor. He is also a contributor to ESPN TrueHoop sites Forum Blue and Gold (Los Angeles Lakers), Piston Powered (Detroit Pistons) and Raptors Republic (Toronto Raptors). He has a particular fondness for watching Eastern Conference ball games and enjoys the history of the sport. Feel free to reach out to him on Twitter (@ShyneIV).

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Playoffs MVP Tracker IV

The first round of the playoffs was truly entertaining and gave way to some spectacular performances by players that have since been eliminated. Chris Paul, Dwight Howard, Carmelo Anthony and Brandon Roy all gave us some great moments but were sent home by better opponents. Paul and Howard made the initial Playoffs MVP Tracker list (and by made the list, they were at various times in the top spot) but their ...

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Certified Bosh Status

A lot will be made in the next few days about the performance of Dwyane Wade and James Jones against the Boston Celtics on Sunday, and rightfully so. However, I feel fairly confident in stating that the Miami Heat cannot expect Jones to replicate this type of performance again against the vaulted Celtics defense. This matters in the grand scheme of things because Miami absolutely needs for a third scorer to ...

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Time To Get The Point: It’s CP3

A few months back, I traveled to Toronto to watch Chris Paul and his Hornets take on the Raptors; and although Paul did not have a good game statistically, he was just clearly the best player on the court that night. His performance prompted me to write that he was in fact still the best point guard in the game. I caught a lot of heat for it (mostly from Bulls fans) but he was just breathtaking to watch in ...

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Playoffs MVP Tracker: Part III

In our third installment of the MVP tracker, we take a look at how the regular season MVP candidates are performing in the postseason so far and ranking them amongst each other. Given the fact that we are dealing with small sample sizes, it’s quite possible that perhaps one game or two might shake up the rankings from one night to the next. Things seem pretty set at the top for the moment but there is still ...

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No Brotherly Love for Iguodala

With Game 3 set to tip off in Philadelphia, the player introductions started and the Miami Heat were treated to an assortment of boos. No surprise at all there. Dwyane Wade and LeBron James got the most of the jeers, as Sixers fans showered them with boos. Bosh got his fair share amount but not as much as the previous two. Why is this relevant? Because Andre Iguodala saw almost the same amount of boos as Bo ...

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Empire State of Basketball

Many songs have been written about New York, and with good reason. It’s one of the largest markets in the world, one of the most famous cities known to man and more importantly to us; the Mecca of Basketball. It’s why we have these famous lyrics that occasionally inhabit our collective minds: “Start spreading the news, I’m leaving today, I want to be a part of it New York, New York!” -Frank Sinatra “New Yor ...

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MVP Playoffs Tracker After Day 2

The votes for the MVP award are already in, but it might still be fun to track how our candidates are performing in the postseason so far. After seeing how the superstars performed in Day 1 of the postseason, we were fortunate enough to get some monster games from other players in the second day of the NBA playoffs. The top spot isn’t even debatable, but what about the rest? Let’s have a look. ...

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2011 MVP Tracker

The votes for the MVP award are already in, but it might still be fun to track how our candidates are performing in the postseason so far. This could end up being fun to debate as well, so let’s have a look at the performances of the Day 1 superstars: ...

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