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African Blogtable: Start of the 2020-21 NBA season

Is a Lakers back-to-back a lock? And which Christmas Day game will be the most exciting?

2019: The year of the Raptor

Canada’s NBA franchise, and Africa’s biggest influence on the league, is one of those special stories that only comes around once every few years

NBA stars share the limelight

Basketball’s big-name heroes are taking a back seat as resurgent role players make the game sing

NBA finals: Same, same but different

To say that the 2017/18 NBA season has been characterised by unpredictability and unforeseeable trajectory shifts would be quite an understatement.

​What’s really in an All-Star?

It’s not part of the regular NBA season. It’s not part of the postseason. It doesn’t work according to established teams. It's all about skill.

NBA: Warriors thump Heat, Rockets rule the road

​The NBA champion Golden State Warriors rode a dominant third quarter to a decisive 123-95 victory over the Heat in Miami on Sunday.

To shush Steph or not to shush, that is the question

The two-time MVP lost his cool when the officiating referee for the Warriors versus Memphis Grizzlies game didn’t call what he thought was a foul.

Deserved redemption for Warriors in NBA final

This year NBA fans the world over found themselves looking forward to a finals series clash between the Cavaliers and the Warriors once again.

NBA Finals: Cavs vs Warriors – what’s different this year?

Will the Cavaliers’ previous finals win give them the ego boost they need to win or will hindsight’s 20/20 vision give the Warriors the extra edge?

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