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Much like the game of basketball itself, an NBA player’s career is all about adjustments. For Portland Trailblazers sophomore Wade Baldwin, adjustments have been a way of life through the course of his young basketball career. After forgoing his Junior and

For most college basketball players, the dream is to play basketball at the professional level. While there’s may rungs on the ladder that is professional basketball, more often than not, folks associate the NBA with “going pro”. For Kyle Wiltjer,

Photographs by Chad Griffith Styling by Melina Kemph Featured Shirt and Jacket: Bonobos Did you know that you always wanted to become an NBA player? I actually wanted to be a soccer player growing up. Soccer was always the number one sport in Turkey.

NBA veteran Etan Thomas speaks his mind on speaking your mind Photographs by Anthony Geathers As a 10-year NBA veteran with the Washington Wizards, Oklahoma City Thunder and Atlanta Hawks, Etan Thomas was not afraid to speak his mind about important subjects

When George Gervin retired from the NBA, his four scoring titles were only surpassed by Wilt Chamberlain. After beginning his career with the Virginia Squires of the ABA, Gervin would be traded to the San Antonio Spurs to become one

To this day, Ann Meyers Drysdale remains the only woman ever to sign a guaranteed NBA contract. As an Olympian, Hall of Fame player and broadcaster, she continues to be one of basketball’s greatest pioneers. We take the US Women’s dominance

Dominique Wilkins Rewinds the Human Highlight Reel Of all the greats to play pro basketball, perhaps no player elevated their game above the rim more than Dominique Wilkins. But the nine-time NBA All-Star was much more than just a dunker. Where did

When Courtney Lee became an unrestricted free agent for the first time this past summer, the suitors began lining up. With eight NBA seasons under his belt, Lee was the type of hard-working, trustworthy guard that every team would welcome. “A

Tamika Catchings says farewell to basketball as a player Photographs by Chad Griffith This will be your last season as a basketball player. What made you decide to release your autobiography the year before your final season? It’s been a three-year process to