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Poor Spud Webb: How Expansion Has Ruined The NBA, Part 2

Published by on June 1, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NBA

In an attempt to figure out why this year’s NBA playoffs have been both exciting and excruciatingly awful—as have many previous playoffs—I can’t help but come to this conclusion: expansion has ruined the NBA. 

No offense to Memphis (Vancouver), Orlando, Miami, Minnesota, Toronto, New Orleans (Charlotte), and Charlotte, but none of those franchises should have ever been birthed if quality of play was a factor.

I say it’s exciting because awesome players like LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Carmelo Anthony, and Dwight Howard are able to express their tremendous skills. But they are able to succeed in large part because some of their opponents have no business being on the floor playing def...

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