Tag: NBA

Solar Eclipse: Dark Days for the Phoenix Suns

Solar Eclipse: Dark Days for the Phoenix Suns

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11/13/2017

The Phoenix Suns have had one of the most chaotic beginnings to an NBA season in recent memory. Last Tuesday, they finalized a deal with the Milwaukee Bucks to trade point guard Eric Bledsoe for center Greg Monroe and a first round pick, and a second round pick, bringing a dramatic chain of events to…

NBA Early Season Studs and Duds

NBA Early Season Studs and Duds

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11/08/2017

The NBA season is underway, and some things can’t be predicted. Let’s take a look at some players that are going above and beyond expectations, and a few that aren’t where we thought they’d be. The Good Giannis Antetokounmpo Okay, we knew he’d be good. Okay, we knew he’d be an MVP candidate. But this…

NBA Early Season Over/Under-Performers

NBA Early Season Over/Under-Performers

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11/07/2017

We are just three weeks into the new NBA season and already irrational conclusions are being drawn. Giannis is the GOAT. LeBron and the Cavs are done for good. Lonzo Ball is a bust, then a stud, then a bust again. Sorting through the pandemonium, sensible statements can actually be made regarding early season trends….

What’s going on with Markelle Fultz?

What’s going on with Markelle Fultz?

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10/27/2017

The modern NBA has seen its fair share of unorthodox free throw releases. Whether you prefer Shaq’s knuckleballing bricks or Chuck Hayes’ hitch, the best basketball league on the planet will provide you with occasional moments of levity at the charity stripe. One commonality for much of the observed free throw shenanigans, however, is that…

Giannis Antetokounmpo is ready to be the best

Giannis Antetokounmpo is ready to be the best

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10/26/2017

As the Bucks’ season last year came to an end at the hands of the Toronto Raptors, the bitterness of defeat was overshadowed by the potential for a bright future. Giannis Antetokounmpo’s play in the playoffs made a statement to the rest of the league: his time was coming. Giannis’ ascension into the highest tier…

NBA Western Conference Preview

NBA Western Conference Preview

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10/24/2017

The loaded Western Conference has not given way just yet. With some All Stars shifting from the East to the West, the discrepancy between the two conferences has grown once again. This year, there are plenty of competitive teams that might not make the cut. Here’s my look at the 2017-2018 Western Conference, separated by…

NBA Eastern Conference Preview

NBA Eastern Conference Preview

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10/23/2017

Cleveland Cavaliers Notable additions: Isaiah Thomas (Trade from BOS), Dwyane Wade (Free-agent), Derrick Rose (Free-agent), Jae Crowder (Trade from Boston), Jeff Green (Free-agent) Notable departures: Kyrie Irving (trade to BOS) X-Factor: Tristan Thompson No team in the East improved more over the offseason than Cleveland. This team steamrolled through the East and reached its third…

What’s in store for the Utah Jazz?

What’s in store for the Utah Jazz?

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10/18/2017

On July 4th, a flurry of confusing reports culminated in Utah Jazz star Gordon Hayward announcing his decision to join the Boston Celtics. The move deeply undercut Utah, as they lost a player posting 21.9 points per game with a 27.6% usage rate. Many teams find themselves in similar positions, and like those teams, the…

A Bright Present and Future for the Boston Celtics

A Bright Present and Future for the Boston Celtics

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10/18/2017

In 2008, the Celtics celebrated as world champions with a 4-2 series win over the Los Angeles Lakers. Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen, and Rajon Rondo led the Celtics back to their rightful place as the best NBA team in the world. The 17th championship banner hung from the rafters of TD Garden, and…

NBA Offseason Winners and Losers

NBA Offseason Winners and Losers

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10/17/2017

By all accounts, this was the wildest NBA offseason we have ever witnessed. It kicked off back in June with what experts are calling one of the deepest and most talented draft classes in recent memory. Then came free agency and with it the now typical exorbitant spending on colossal contracts for slightly above average…

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