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Top NBA Cap Hits Entering Next Season

Now that the current NBA season is coming to an end, front offices are looking towards the NBA Draft and free agency in order to adjust their cap space. While some teams have flexibility to make certain moves, others are paying the top players in the league for years to come. Here are the top […]

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Confessions of a (Former) LeBron James Hater

LeBron James has long been a polarizing athlete to be a fan of. It seems like James “witnesses” are all-in on him, regardless of which uniform he dons, while the rest of the fans fall into the “hater” category. I would be the first to admit that for the longest time, I have fallen into […]

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Do The Pelicans Really Have a Chance Against the Warriors?

Well, at least one of those Western Conference series went the way we expected it to. The defending NBA champions, and back to back-to-back Western Conference champion Golden State Warriors easily handled the San Antonio Spurs en route to a 4-1 series win. What most people didn’t expect was for the New Orleans Pelicans to […]

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D.C. Three: Why the Wizards Must Treat Game 5 as an Elimination Game

The old narrative says, “A playoff series doesn’t truly begin until the home team loses on their floor,” so when will the Raptors and Wizards series get off and running? For starters, the Wizards need to take action now rather than hoping for more “home cooking” in Game 6 and then trying to win a […]

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Dynasty Series: The Bill Russell Celtics

If you follow the NBA closely and know the history, you know of the dominant decade the Boston Celtics had through the 1950’s and 60’s. It is known one of the most dominant time periods for any team in the history of any and all sports. The team would go on to win 11 NBA […]

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Five Superstars Lakers Should Target This Summer

The 2017-2018 season has come to its end for the NBA, and now that free agency has begun, I’ve decided to write about who the Los Angeles Lakers should sign to get back into the habit of playing postseason basketball. Here are a few of the many options:  Julius Randle (PF, Los Angeles Lakers)  Young […]

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Clippers Reign Among Elite is Over

With all that talent the Los Angeles Clippers once contained, the franchise had no championships to show for it. During their peak, the Clippers never made it past the second round of the postseason, but had the roster to win it all. The play of Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan, and others gave life […]

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Why Mike D’Antoni Just Might be Wrong

Six vs five vs three.  That is one of the biggest arguments used when talking about the Greatest of All Time, otherwise known as the GOAT. While the respective number of championships for Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, and LeBron James aren’t everything, considering all three have impeccable stats to back them up, the number of […]

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Jurassic World: Toronto Raptors (1) vs. Washington Wizards (8) Preview

Throughout the course of Wednesday night’s Eastern Conference games, it became increasingly apparent that the Wizards were complacent with remaining the #8 seed and facing the Toronto Raptors to open the NBA playoffs. Washington simply looked lethargic, at best, against the Orlando Magic in a chance to improve their playoff seeding. Had the Wizards won, […]

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NBA Postseason Power Rankings

The NBA postseason is among us, as the top 16 NBA rosters from the 2017-18 season will battle it out in hopes of hoisting the trophy by the end. Here is where the franchises stand heading into the first round: 1. Golden State Warriors  Regardless of the Houston Rockets containing a stronger regular season record, […]

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