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THE BACK CLICK AND ROLL: AN ARCHIVE
Draft: NBA Draft 2003
: Jarvis Hayes plays it cool while Maciej Lampe waits.
Finals: NBA Finals 2003
Includes: Tim Duncan reigns supreme.
Playoffs: May 30-26
: Steve Kerr? Yes, Steve Kerr.
Playoffs: May 19-23
Includes: Who will the Cavs take in the NBA Draft? Hmmm ...
Playoffs: May 12-18
Includes: The Lakers ARE finished. And the Nets are on a roll.
Playoffs: May 5-11
Includes: The Lakers are finished. Yeah, yeah, we've heard THAT before.
Playoffs: Apr. 28-May 4
: Maurice Cheeks dishes a big assist in Portland's home playoffs opener.
Playoffs: Apr. 21-27
Includes: Plenty of playoffs action!
Regular season: Apr. 14-20
Includes: Plenty of cleaning up at the end of the season and the NBA Playoffs 2003 preview!
Regular season: Apr. 7-13
Includes: Even more playoff talk as teams begin to clinch spots.
Regular season: March 30-Apr. 6
Includes: More playoff talk and "standings squeeze!"
Regular season: March 24-March 30
: A whole week's worth of playoff talk!
Regular season: March 18-March 24
Includes: What happened to the Pacers, another look at the NBA MVP race, SLAM magazine's 75 greatest players and why the Spurs are lovin' life right now.
Regular season: March 11-March 17
Includes: We look at which team is truly hot, MJ's last game in the Garden and we ask the question everyone wants answered: where's Tom Chambers?
Regular season: March 4-March 10
Includes: We look at why Philly is so hot, why KG could be the MVP and how the Sports Illustrated curse got Kobe.
Regular season: Feb. 24-March 3
Includes: We clear the slate for all your hoops programming, we look at some intrguing backcourt combos and we love Ben Wallace's work ethic and his hair.
Regular season: Feb. 18-Feb. 23
: Kobe's hot streak, the Spurs' hot streak, the Princeton offense and Charles Barkley sharing a meal with ALF.
Regular season: Feb. 11-Feb. 18
Includes: We remember All-Star Weekend, we pose with P-Diddy and we look at why Valentine's Day is special.
Regular season: Feb. 3-Feb. 10
Includes: We preview All-Star Weekend, examine why the Lakers are good ... for now and we retire those played out headlines.
Regular season: Jan. 26-Feb. 2
: We look at the possible All-Star Game reserves, we stop busting the Kings' chops and we ask you about headlines you think need to be retired.
Regular season: Jan. 20-Jan. 26
Includes: Jordan says goodbye to Chicago. Jerry West is the subject of not one, but two huge magazine articles. We review Yao (Rockets) vs. Shaq (Lakers) and we pay tribute to NBA pioneers.
Regular season: Jan. 13-Jan. 19
Includes: Shaq vs. Yao: the matchup of this short century! The Kings are beginning to heat up, the Bucks are on the block and reader responses to the question: "Which NBA player would you clone?"
Regular season: Jan. 6-Jan. 12
Includes: The Celtics need to right the ship, Amare Stoudemire makes his mark, Ice Cube takes the floor and we ask you what NBA player would you clone?
Regular season: Dec. 30-Jan. 5
Includes: Alternate uniforms, alternate universes for the Lakers and the Blazers. In case you hadn't noticed, the Nets are hot, hot, hot and Byron Scott is refreshingly honest.
Regular season: Dec. 23-Dec. 29
: Hey, look at the gift we got for Christmas: Kings vs. Lakers. We also look at the rest of the league and see what wishes you want for your team.
Regular season: Dec. 16-Dec. 22
Includes: We look at some gift games (Lakers at Nets, Pacers at Mavs), some games you want to return and we take a microscope to what the heck is going on in Orlando.
Regular season: Dec. 9-Dec. 15
Includes: We give a shout out to the game basketball itself, look at a sweet, sweet slam by Desmond Mason and you like Mike, you really, really like Mike.
Regular season: Dec. 2-Dec. 8
Includes: Michael Jordan announces his retirement. How do you feel about it, we ask. Just look at that Hall of Fame class. People still can't get enough of the "Who is the NBA's best player?" argument. See how Dirk does it.
Regular season: Nov. 25-Dec. 1
: We set the rules, we give the final results regarding who the readers think is the best player in the game and we take a look at the NBA Entertainment League.
Regular season: Nov. 18-Nov. 24
Includes: We praise the Mavs, coaches throw their hats into the five rings for the Olympics, Barkley has to make good on a bet and L.L. Cool J is big.
Regular season: Nov. 11-Nov. 17
Includes: We ask you who is the best player in the NBA, Hubie is hired, the Nuggets turn to martial arts and we get more responses about the best ballers in the country.
Regular season: Nov. 4-Nov. 10
Includes: Media Watch with Jason Kidd and Byron Scott, realigning the league the way we want to do it, the best basketball town in the country, guys who shoot a lot and reader responses
Regular season: Oct. 28-Nov. 3
: Media Watch with Charles Barkley, countdown on the Kings, only Walt Frazier can wear a cape, NBA Commissioner David Stern for president and what it feels like to do many things in an NBA game
Preseason: Oct. 21-27
Includes: Media Watch with SLAM Mag, Sports Illustrated and Steve Nash, What you should do with the three days before the season starts, Roy Jones Jr., USA Today's player rankings and the Butlers in Miami
Preseason: Oct. 14-20
Includes: Media Watch with Juan Dixon in Esquire and Jason Kidd in SI for Kids, Karl Malone's body fat, NBA players feuding in the press and the five best shots in NBA history