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Jalen Rose Calls Chris Webber "Delusional"

Four years ago ESPN released The Fab Five, a 30 for 30 documentary about the 1991 Michigan basketball recruiting class of Chris Webber, Jalen Rose, Juwan Howard, Jimmy King, and Ray Jackson. The group reached the NCAA championship game in both their freshman and sophomore seasons but never won it all, memorably losing… » 5/14/15 10:05am 5/14/15 10:05am

Juwan Howard And The Triumph Of The Superteam

Once upon a time, a group of gifted basketball players decided to join forces to dominate their sport. They were as talented as they were hyped, and they ushered in an era of style and scoring, a blueprint for superteams to come. But a funny thing happened: Winning wasn't as easy on the court as it was on paper. No… » 6/21/12 3:05pm 6/21/12 3:05pm

"Life Is Like A Jump Shot": Reviewing The Unremarkable History Of NBA Rappers

NBA players like rapping, and that is a fact of the universe that we are powerless to stop. The way that I have tended to deal this phenomenon is generally to ignore it completely. It is shockingly easy to do: Just as I do with Kreayshawn, I pretend that NBA rappers do not exist, that they have never existed, and that… » 9/23/11 5:00pm 9/23/11 5:00pm

John Salley Story Corner: Contributing To The Delinquency Of Jalen Rose And Chris Webber

Every week, John Salley, onetime Bad Boy and currently the arachnoid half of the Spider and the Henchman podcast, will regale us with an amusing and occasionally salacious story from his playing days. Today: buying beer for two-fifths of the Fab Five and telling God to fuck off. » 9/24/10 4:20pm 9/24/10 4:20pm