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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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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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Shaquille O’Neal’s Legacy on the Line?

With the NBA playoffs set to soon begin, it’s rather easy to get caught up in player legacies. Indeed, the way athletes perform during the postseason has a huge bearing on how we remember or view their careers as a whole. For instance, Tracy McGrady had some incredible playoff performances and yet failed to make it out of the first round of the playoffs of every series that he has played in. No one will men ...

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We be the Warriors…

The NBA playoffs will debut this upcoming weekend with the Golden State Warriors joining the rest of us to watch them unfold from afar. And yet, basketball fans will tell you that the Dubs won the unofficial NBA League Pass award. Indeed, although Blake Griffin has been everything we expected and then some, no team has been more fun to watch and follow than the Dubs. ...

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In the Scope: Golden State Warriors x Denver Nuggets

Fresh off a loss at home against the Kings, the Golden State Warriors (35-45) will take on a Denver Nuggets (49-31) team that just dispatched the Timberwolves Saturday night. The Nuggets have looked nearly unbeatable ever since the Carmelo Anthony trade (only six losses since the move) and the Dubs will have their hands full on the road Monday night. This Denver team has given opponents fits because of thei ...

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In the Scope: Golden State Warriors x Sacramento Kings

Fresh off a win against the Lakers last Wednesday, the Golden State Warriors (35-44) will host a Sacramento Kings (23-56) team that just lost to the Memphis Grizzlies on Friday night. The Dubs should have some fresh legs (the team has not played since Wednesday) for their match up Sunday against the Kings as they try to convincingly win the season series. ...

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What’s Wrong with Kobe Bryant?

Kobe Bean Bryant is a gifted player that stars for the Los Angeles Lakers and that has helped them reach the proverbial promised land on a few occasions. Although he is still adding chapters to his legacy, we can already determine to a certain extent how he will be remembered and viewed in the near future. Once the Black Mamba decides to retire, he will go down into history as one of the best shooting guard ...

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In the Scope: Golden State Warriors x Portland Trail Blazers

As we get closer to the playoffs, it would seem that the Portland Trail Blazers (45-32) are everybody’s pick to upset a first round opponent. Between their big men, their athletic wing players and their guard play, it’s rather tough to disagree. But before any of that happens, Portland will have to play against the Golden State Warriors (33-44) tonight who will be looking to win back to back games after def ...

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The Forgotten Man: Dwight Howard

A few weeks ago, I argued that Dwight Howard should be getting more love in the MVP debate given his immense contributions on both sides of the court for the Orlando Magic. He is one of the few great centers the NBA has to offer given his scoring, rebounding and great interior defense. In short, Howard is a huge difference maker. ...

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