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March 26th, 2014 10:05 pm

Superstars are dominating the list of top scorers in the NBA for yet another season. We pretty much expected to see almost every one of the players who currently rank at the top of the list, since they are the usual suspects. Let’s take a look at the list of the top NBA scorers of the 2013-2014 season up to now.

No.1: Kevin Durant (Oklahoma City Thunders)

Kevin Durant was projected to be one of the top scorers this season. With 31.8 points per game, he really stands out of the rest of the league, since he second-seeded Carmelo Anthony is more than three points per game behind. During the absence of Russell Westbrook KD really reached a monster level in his performance. He exploded in several games, scoring over 40 points and he even set a new career-best for most points scored in a single game, when he finished a game against the Golden State Warriors with 54, earlier in the season.

No.2: Carmelo Anthony (New York Nicks)

The New York Knicks might be struggling almost all season long, however, Melo is not struggling at all. The 29-year old megastar is recording an exceptional season and for yet another time, he finds his name at the top spots of the scorers list in the NBA. Carmelo is putting up 28 points per game and he is the No.1 reason the New York Knicks have are not tanking badly. Watch NBA Live Stream New York Nicks and follow new head Phil Jackson to write new era in New York city.

No.3: LeBron James (Miami Heat)

King James is not playing at his full speed this season. In fact, it seems like the entire Miami Heat are trying to conserve their powers for the postseason, rather than giving it all to clinch the top spot in the East. Despite him not going full throttle, James has managed to climb to the third spot of the list with the top scorers in the list. LBJ is averaging 26.7 points per game.

No.4: Kevin Love (Minnesota Timberwolves)

One of the most loved players for fantasy owners is Kevin Love. He is such a versatile forward that he is fairly considered as unique. Love is a double-double machine and at present he ranks fourth in the league in points per game. He is averaging 26.4 points per game and it shouldn’t be a surprise to see him surpassing LeBron by the end of the regular season.

No.5: James Harden (Houston Rockets)

Houston Rockets fans chant: “Fear the Bear” and they have a good reason for that. Of course, that’s no other than Harden’s lethal scoring ability. Harden is putting up 24.6 points per contest. He and Dwight Howard have really changed the course of the Rockets franchise this season. The Rockets can be considered title contenders this season. Houston Rockets lines and all available NBA Odds can be found online at oddspower.

Some Useful Basketball Accessories

June 25th, 2013 1:36 am

Accessories include everything from ground sleeves to basketball court marking kits. In order to become the best basketball player, you need to have the right training and equipment. You need to have several basketball training accessories that are involved in shooting and in improving your dribbling techniques. There are a lot of products that can help you achieve your greatest potential in the game.

Grip Powder
One of the most famous basketball training accessories of all time is the grip powder. Grip powder is known to improve your grip by enabling the right friction. The powder is used before each game and you need to constantly use it once your palms are sweaty. Grip powder is helps keep hands dry and adds traction to improve ball handling.

Shooting Arm Sleeve
A shooting sleeve helps keep the arm stable and steady while shooting the ball. The advantages of wearing a shooting arm sleeve include injury prevention and elbow/arm protection, sweat wicking abilities, covering of tattoos, and pure confidence boosting.

Heavy Workout Basketballs
Standard heavy basketballs are actually designed to be twice the size of original balls meaning it is around 1.3 lbs. Practicing with a heavier ball will improve all areas of your game by helping you become a stronger shooter, passer, rebounder, and ballhandler.

Pads and Protective Gear
Safety pads and guards are standard safety equipment in dozens of sports. Basketball involves a lot of body contact, so it can be beneficial to have protective gear.

For a casual pick-up game, that may be all it takes. But if you’re a serious basketball player who knows how to drive hard in the paint, basketball protective gear is a must. Don’t let an injury keep you off the court. Get your basketball padded shorts, knee/elbow pads, or ankle braces so you stay in the game.