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Diss Guy Miss Guy, Vol. 81

Diss Guy: A Rivalry in Texas starring Mark Cuban vs. Daryl Morey What better place than Texas for a rivalry and who better to star in the center of this Lone Star State sparring session than rogue Mavs’ owner Mark … Continue reading

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Diss Guy Miss Guy, Vol. 80

Diss Guy: The eyes and ears are Everywhere: How Ray Rice, Bruce Levenson, and Danny Ferry were Exposed My God man, it’s like it was yesterday that Tricky Dick Nixon was posted up in the oval office recording every little … Continue reading

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Diss Guy Miss Guy, Vol. 79

Diss Guy: Adrian Wojnarowski It started with the draft last week and has continued unabated over the past week: I open Tweetdeck and my eyes immediately go to the list I’ve titled “Hoop” where a few of my favorite NBA … Continue reading

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Diss Guy Miss Guy, Vol. 78

Every Wednesday night I drive up north of Seattle to Edmonds where I play three-on-three with the same group of below average athletes with minimal basketball training. And every week there’s a blend of truly horrific basketball like blown layups … Continue reading

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Diss Guy Miss Guy, Vol. 76

Diss Guy: Russell Westbrook Three triple doubles in 10 playoff games while blowing smoke off the barrels of imaginary pistols. Yellow pants, gold rimmed sunglasses, gold chains. In the playoffs, he turns the ball over more, shoots more, uses more … Continue reading

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Diss Guy Miss Guy, Vol. 75

Diss Guy: LaMarcus Aldridge: King for a Day (or more) It’s always a positive sign where there’s more than one option for the weekly Diss Guy: the little hair I have left has been set afire by the playoffs, HBO’s … Continue reading

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Diss Guy Miss Guy, Vol. 74

Diss Guy: Lakers, Knicks & Celtics whiff on the Playoffs It had to happen eventually and 2014 is as good of a time as any to have no Lakers, Knicks, or Celtics in the playoffs for the first time since … Continue reading

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