This has been an amazing NBA season so far and we can all be witnesses to some great individual and team performances and it is always fun to track which players are playing really great. We are going to take a look at some players who are on pace to rewrite their team record books. In this article the focus is on 3-point shooters and, yes, you guessed it, Mike Bibby is one of them.
This summer we experienced the loudest offseason in the history of the NBA and what made it so big was the formation of a new big 3. First Chris Bosh joined Dwyane Wade in South Beach and then LeBron during his ESPN special announced that he will also go to Miami. The moves that Miami Heat made this summer obviously caused a lot of attention from everyone who is even remotely interested in basketball. Every coach and every player wanted to express their thoughts on the subject.
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Unfortunately Seattle SuperSonics franchise doesn't exist anymore and the last few years of its existence weren't very successful. They were almost always among title contenders in the 1990s but 21st century was a completely different story. Since 1998–99 all Sonics teams were more or less mediocre and they very rarely made the playoffs and before the start of 2004-05 season no one expected much from them. It turned out to be a surprisingly good season for them.
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