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If Any Player Deserves The Comic Book Treatment, It's Chris Paul If Any Player Deserves The Comic Book Treatment, It's Chris Paul

If any point guard leads a double life as a superhero, it’s probably renowned assister, Chris Paul. Showcasing his fiery demeanor, versatile shooting skills, and of course, exquisite foresight requires a medium with energy and intensity. So we found a seasoned sports illustrator to turn this visionary player into a…

This Is The Hero Treatment MVP Steph Curry Deserves This Is The Hero Treatment MVP Steph Curry Deserves

This season’s runaway MVP, Stephen Curry, first came on the scene as a college superstar with one of the sweetest shooting strokes in the country. But it’s his basketball IQ and mastery of the assist that make him worthy of superhero status in his very own comic book.

Assist Legend John Stockton Makes An Amazing Comic Book Hero  Assist Legend John Stockton Makes An Amazing Comic Book Hero 

Today’s NBA has no shortage of talented point guards. But contemporary players will always owe a debt to the elder statesman of the point guard fraternity. What better way to memorialize all-time career assist leader, John Stockton, than his very own comic book?

Make Small-Scale Changes to Reach Long-Term Goals Make Small-Scale Changes to Reach Long-Term Goals

So you've determined that as an imperfect being (aka a human) you may have a few things to work on. Now it's time to put this admirable level of self-awareness to good use. Personal goals and resolutions are worthy endeavors, but they can also be daunting and discouraging if you don't have a game plan to help you set…

Listen More Than You Talk: Advice from a Networking Guru Listen More Than You Talk: Advice from a Networking Guru

For some, the idea of networking conjures images of digging through your bag for a crumpled business card or going in for an awkward handshake. But before you flake on that industry happy hour, listen to the empowering wisdom of Kathryn Minshew, CEO of The Muse, who reminds us that the rules of networking are the…

Diesel Facts to Dealership Hacks: An Industry Pro’s Car-Buying Tips Diesel Facts to Dealership Hacks: An Industry Pro’s Car-Buying Tips

Car shopping can be about as fun as chasing down electrical problems on a fifty-year-old British sports car. Between dealership runaround, price volatility, and variables from site to site, buying a vehicle can take hours of work and a ton of cross-shopping. But it doesn't have to be that way.

Plan Ahead and Know Your Budget: Tips From a Wedding Planner Plan Ahead and Know Your Budget: Tips From a Wedding Planner

Initially, getting married may feel like a chance to throw a massive party, but as anyone who's planned a wedding will tell you, the details involved in personalized vows and decorative fondant can quickly become overwhelming. Luckily, you don't have to become another victim of Pinterest overdose.

You Want to Retire, Right? It's Time You Developed a Savings Strategy You Want to Retire, Right? It's Time You Developed a Savings Strategy

When it comes to saving money, it's often not a lack of ability that prevents us from getting started, but feeling unsure about where to start — a recent survey found that approximately 36 percent of workers have less than $1,000 in savings and investments. Yikes. But you don't have to be one of the 36 percent: use…

Ready to Buy a Home? Use this Infographic to Avoid a Stress Overload Ready to Buy a Home? Use this Infographic to Avoid a Stress Overload

Buying a home is about much more than finding a place to live. It symbolizes your square footage of the American Dream and the security that comes with it. While home ownership is a common goal — almost 67 percent of Americans owned their homes in 2010 — buying real estate is no small matter. Gathering information…

How To Cook And Eat Like The Adult You Are How To Cook And Eat Like The Adult You Are

Hey, Guy on a First-Name Basis with the Drive-Thru Guy (and, Guy Staring into the Supermarket Freezer — this is for you, too). Stop with the frozen dinners, the greasy bags of processed "food," and the nightly takeout. You're an adult. Eat like one. You can and should be cooking more of your meals. If that thought…

Ask Three Professionals How They Created Their Ideal Careers Ask Three Professionals How They Created Their Ideal Careers

Whether you've recently been thrust from the comforts of college into the harsh world of entry-level job listings, or you just woke up to the realization that life is too short to spend it working an unfulfilling job, finding a career that makes the most of your personal skills and satisfies your interests can be…

Here's How To Enjoy The Playoffs When Your Team's Season Is Over Here's How To Enjoy The Playoffs When Your Team's Season Is Over

When the Novocain of March Madness wears off, a significant portion of basketball fans will be left facing the painful reality that their pro team's season is over. Fear not, fans! Embracing a multitude of teams and narratives is now a perfectly acceptable alternative to the tribalism of yesteryear. If your team is on…

Here's What Happened at Chris Paul's All-Star Weekend Master Class Here's What Happened at Chris Paul's All-Star Weekend Master Class

During this year's All-Star Weekend, Chris Paul returned to his old stomping grounds to run a master class where he continued both the Paul family and State Farm tradition of passing the heritage of the assist to the next generation.

A Valentine's Day Playbook For The Multitasking Basketball Fan A Valentine's Day Playbook For The Multitasking Basketball Fan

Are you one of those long-term-relationship guys with delusions of Valentine's Day laziness? Do thoughts like, "She regularly sees me in my laundry-day underwear; the romance is gone," or, "A night of leftover takeout and a Breaking Bad marathon is romantic" float through your brain? Well, you're wrong. Despite the…

10 Ways Diehards Can Help Basketball Rookies Appreciate The Game 10 Ways Diehards Can Help Basketball Rookies Appreciate The Game

I'm a New York City transplant by way of Massachusetts, so sometimes I join a diehard group of New Englanders at a local bar to watch a game. Normally, it's a good time. Until, that is, the "casual fan friend" shows up. You know the type — they can't tell the difference between the mid-court circle and the charity…

An Illustrated Guide to Hosting a Non-Sucky Football-Watching Party An Illustrated Guide to Hosting a Non-Sucky Football-Watching Party

When it comes to hosting game-day parties, you have two options. You can go the jayvee route, where people sit around a cramped living room watching one TV that may or may not be showing an entertaining game, eating boring food and generally wishing that they had stayed home. The hosts of such parties get an…

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