Thoughts on NBA Stars and a Long, Long Off-season Commentator Frank Deford argues that team play in basketball wins games, but the sport will always be focused on its stars. And he says the extended off-season leaves basketball fans without a connection to the NBA for almost two months as the playoffs drag on.
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Thoughts on NBA Stars and a Long, Long Off-season

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Thoughts on NBA Stars and a Long, Long Off-season

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Commentator Frank Deford argues that team play in basketball wins games, but the sport will always be focused on its stars. And he says the extended off-season leaves basketball fans without a connection to the NBA for almost two months as the playoffs drag on.