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Andrew Feinstein

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A fourth-generation Denverite, Denver Nuggets season ticket holder and unofficial Nuggets historian, Andrew has over 15 years work experience in sports, entertainment and new media. Andrew began his professional career as an intern for Turner Sports' NBA and NFL broadcasts and has since gone on to produce television and new media projects for Fox Sports, Warner Bros. and Nickelodeon.

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Camaraderie Is Essence Of NBA's Basketball Without Borders In South Africa

Denver Stiffs' Andrew Feinstein continues his reporting from Africa for SBNation.com, this time from the conclusion of the NBA's Basketball Without Borders camp taking place in Johannesburg, South Africa.

NBA's Basketball Without Borders Focuses On More Than Just The Sport

SB Nation and Denver Stiffs' Andrew Feinstein continues his reporting from Africa, this time from Day 1 of the NBA's Basketball Without Borders camp taking place in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Facilities, Money The Biggest Hurdles To Basketball In Africa

To build the basketball infrastructure of Africa, national programs need better facilities and money. The NBA and FIBA are forced to make tough funding decisions as a result. Andrew Feinstein reports from Madagascar.

FIBA Africa: Considering The Continent's Basketball Future With Masai Ujiri And Amadou Gallo Fall

Joining Nuggets GM Masai Ujiri and NBA Africa's Amadou Gallo Fall on a journey to Madagascar to watch the FIBA Afrobasket Championship.

NBA Needs System Overhaul, Even If It Takes Lockout

Coming out of what may be the worst week in NBA history, it's important to remember 1988. Because in order for the NBA to save itself, it will need an overhaul of its revenue sharing system among its owners, an overhaul of its collective bargaining agreement with its players and a time machine.

Mark Cuban, Wellington Mara, And The NBA's Broken Reveue Sharing System

As NBA owners battle with the Players Association on a new collective bargaining agreement, they should get their own house in order and fix a revenue sharing system that's totally broken.

The Miami Heat Aren't Just Bad, LeBron & Co. Aren't Even Fun To Watch

18 games into the 2010-11 NBA season, even casual fans know the hard facts associated with Miami Heat's disappointing start. But looking beyond the obvious, a more troubling pictures emerges of what's happening to LeBron James and company in Miami.

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