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  • How many minutes are there in a quarter of a NBA game?
    How many minutes are there in a quarter of a NBA game?
    That is just plain out wrong. Unlike the contact question, that is wrong. Contact question is ambiguous. There are 12 minutes in a quarter. Somebody please fix this

  • Who would make your top 5 list of the greatest NBA players of all time (and why)?
    Who would make your top 5 list of the greatest NBA players of all time (and why)?
    My list of the top 5 greatest NBA players of all time would include Magic Earvin Johnson, Michael Jordon (MJ), Shaquille O’Neal, LeBron James and Kevin Durant. I know Magic, MJ and Shaq are old players, but I am old too. I used to watch a lot more basketball back in the day. Magic got his name because he was, simply, magic to watch. He inspired the term “triple-double” because he was so talented. Larry Byrd of the Boston Celtics once called Michael Jordon “God disguised” after MJ scored 63 points in a playoff game against the Celtics. I could cite statistics upon statistics but there isn’t enough room here to do so and it really wouldn’t matter. The reason I like them is mostly just my own personal opinion.

  • Which penalty is this hand signal for?
    Which penalty is this hand signal for?
    I do not know much about NBA but the answer will be Leg block.

  • Who will win the NBA championship?
    Who will win the NBA championship?
    It is difficult to accurate predict the winners of the 2018 NBA championship because there can be unforeseen incidents like injuries or overall changes in the group dynamic or team performance. Many people thing that a championship between the Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors will likely be the championship game. The Cavaliers may have the edge of the Warriors for the 2018 season as long as Isaiah Thomas is able to return to peak condition after his injury.

  • What college did Anthony Bennett go to?
    What college did Anthony Bennett go to?
    Anthony Bennett is a basketball player. He played for the Cleveland Cavaliers beginning in 2013 when he was picked first in the draft. Before that, he attended and played college basketball for the University of Nevada at Las Vegas. He is from Canada and therefore during the Olympics, he plays for the national team of Canada. He was born in 1993 and is currently twenty-six years old. He is six feet eight inches tall and weighs about two hundred forty-five pounds. His position is forward. He attended both Harold M. Brathwaite and Findlay Prep schools in both Ontario and Nevada, respectively. After the Cavaliers, he played for the Minnesota Timberwolves, Toronto Raptors, Brooklyn Nets, North Arizona Suns, Maine Red Claws and Agua Caliente Clippers.

  • What team was Kawhi Leonard drafted by?
    What team was Kawhi Leonard drafted by?
    Indiana Pacers but trades him to San Antonio bad trade

  • Why isn't the triangle offense as effective as it was when Phil Jackson was coaching?
    Why isn't the triangle offense as effective as it was when Phil Jackson was coaching?
    Contrary to popular belief, the triangle offense is not outdated and can still be effective if used by the right team. The NBA has shifted into a pace and space playing style and the triangle offense does just that, helping teams space the floor and get open looks. It is also an effective play to get teams defend even the weak sides of the floor, which allows players from your team to deflect defenders and get open. Having said that, it is extremely hard to execute if you don’t have talented players with high basketball IQ.   Arguably the main reason why Phil Jackson’s triangle offense succeeded in the 90’s and 2000’s is due to all the hall of famers he had running his plays. Think about it, Jackson coached Michael Jordan (the best offensive player of all time), Scottie Pippen (one of the greatest playmakers at his position) and Ron Harper with the Chicago Bulls. Those players are legends, so naturally, his plays would work well since talent trumps all in the NBA. Still not convinced? Then let’s look at his Laker teams, they had the greats like Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant in their prime (enough said). Other coaches have used the triangle offense, but they failed most of the time because they lacked superstars running them. Therefore, the triangle offense can create space, but it requires smart and talented star players to utilize its true potential.

  • Who is the biggest NBA draft bust of all time?
    Who is the biggest NBA draft bust of all time?
    In 1984, Sam Bowie was drafted by the Portland, Trailblazers in the second overall round over Michael Jordan, Charles Barkley, and John Stockton. In his second season with the University of Kentucky, Bowie broke his left tibia. He broke it again in his fourth season and in between, he broke his broke his left tibia in his third season. Despite all the broken leg bones, Bowie’s subsequent pro basketball career was commendable, when he was healthy. But, he continued to have a series of leg injuries which hampered his ability to be a great player and led some to the opinionated conclusion that he was the NBA’s biggest draft bust.

  • Should a four point line be introduced in the NBA?
    Should a four point line be introduced in the NBA?
    The idea of adding a four-point shot line is a possibility but not one that is likely to happen anytime soon. Two reasons for this might be that the size of the basketball courts and arenas might have to enlarged and refurbished. Also, consider how long it took the NBA to add the three-point shot. It was first experimented with in the American Basketball Association in 1961 and it took the NBA 18 years or until the 1979-1980 season to implement its use. Before being implemented in the NBA, the addition of a four-point shot would also likely have to be tested for several years, most likely in the D (development) League.

  • What is the average age of an NBA player?
    What is the average age of an NBA player?
    The age of the basketball players, need to be at least 19 years to be allowed to play. However, the average age of the NBA players has decreased since this minimum age was set. Now the average is around the early 20s. The youngest NBA player is Bynum, who is 18 years and 6 days old. There is a range of ages across the different teams. However, there is a tendency towards younger players as young talent keeps coming into the games. However, there are still senior players in the game until they pass off their game to the young ones.

  • Will Vince Carter make the NBA Hall of Fame?
    Will Vince Carter make the NBA Hall of Fame?
    There are arguments both for and against whether Vince Carter will make the NBA Hall of Fame. Chances are he will make it because his odds of doing so are 94.6%, according to the Basketball Refernce.com’s Hall of Fame probability measure. Arguments for include his career scoring totals, which are greater than those of Charles Barkley, Elgin Baylor and Larry Bird. Carter has also made 8 All-Star performances. With the exception of one player, all other players have entered the NBA Hall of Fame with seven All-Star appearances. Arguments against include the fact that Carter made only two All-NBA teams (not even as first-team selection), and he hasn’t been a star during any postseason games.

  • How much weightage should we give some of the new analytical stats for judging the performance of players?
    How much weightage should we give some of the new analytical stats for judging the performance of players?
    I would not give too much weight to the new basketball player analytical statistics (stats) for judging the performance of players. One of the more commonly used stats is called Player Efficiency Rating (PER). It is supposed to measure a player’s per minute productivity but many misinterpret the stat and believe it can be used to determine a player's ranking in the NBA from best to worst. Another commonly used stat is win shares, designed to estimate a player’s impact on their team's win total. Both PER and win shares are based on complex mathematical formulas and I simply don’t believe they should be given a lot of weight.