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On February 1st, 2014, the David Stern Era officially ended in the National Basketball Association. The man who ran the league for a generation stepped down after 30 years at the helm, three decades that saw the league explode in popularity, falter after the decline of its Golden Era stars, and then re-emerge as a powerhouse on the back of a new generation of stars led by a King in Miami.

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After a poor start, the U.S. Men’s basketball team regained their dazzling form and rallied to beat Brazil 80-69.  With President Obama in attendance, Lebron James led the U.S. with 30 points; however, with exhibition games against stronger competition (Argentina and Spain) coming up Rolling out has put together five ways the home team could lose…

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