Sean Guest

Sean is the site's resident hoops historian, exploring some of the NBA's most significant moments through the 'Step Back' series. He's also written for Fansided's Orlando Magic Daily and the Last Word on Sports network.

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The Step Back: Klay makes treys

On this day in 2016, Klay Thompson caught fire – Sean Guest looks back at the three-point barrage

Farewell to the mediocre Magic

It might feel like the Orlando Magic traded away everything, but Sean Guest thinks that it couldn’t have come at a better time

The Step Back: One for the record Books

Sean Guest looks back to this day in 2017 when Devin Booker became the youngest ever player to drop 70 points in a game against the Celtics.

The Step Back: Where there’s a Wilt, there’s a way

On this day in 1962, Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points in a single game, a record that still stands today.

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The Step Back: The Skiles the limit

On this day in 1990, Scott Skiles set an NBA single-game record for assists with a whopping 30. Sean Guest looks back on a mark that still stands to this day.

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Step Back Special: Step Back into Christmas

Ahead of this year’s festive showcase, Sean Guest looks back at some of the most memorable Christmas Day games

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Step Back Special: Chris Paul, Kobe Bryant and David Stern’s legacy

Sean Guest looks at the Chris Paul-Lakers trade that would have shaken the NBA to the core, and did in a different way after not going through

The Step Back: Bye Bye Bynum

On this day in 2005, Andrew Bynum became the youngest player ever to appear in a regular season game, making his debut for a rebuilding Los Angeles Lakers team that would go on to become an NBA powerhouse.

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The Step Back: The Dr is in (Philadelphia)

On this day in 1976, the Philadelphia 76ers bought Julius ‘Dr J’ Erving for $3 million, transforming the franchise into a contender overnight.