Free Agency Roundup – 7/6/19

Embed from Getty Images Major news broke in the dead of night for most of the country: Kawhi Leonard has finally made his free agency decision. Although it wasn’t necessarily many were expecting according to reports from media outlets. Signing with the Los Angeles Clippers on a 4-year $152 million deal, the Klaw left the […]

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2019-2020 San Antonio Spurs Offseason Roster Priorities

Embed from Getty Images Going into next season, the Spurs will have to make decisions about which player(s) on the current roster to build around. Their two best assets, LaMarcus Aldridge and DeMar DeRozan, essentially play the same style and areas of the floor and areΩxdfsza the largest pieces of the salary cap. The team […]

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Is Kyrie Irving’s Departure Imminent?

Embed from Getty Images This season was supposed to be different for the Boston Celtics. After coming up short in the Eastern Conference Finals last year, while missing All-Stars Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward, Boston was unable to outplay LeBron James and the Cavaliers to reach the NBA Finals. Now fully healthy, the Celtics find […]

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Kawhi Leonard – A Scoring Machine Like No Other

Toronto fell in Philadelphia during Game 3 of the Conference Semifinals series against the 76ers. Now unexpectedly trailing 2-1 in hostile territory, little will be said of the exceptional play of acquired star Kawhi Leonard. “The Klaw” was a known scoring commodity prior to his move to Canada, but his play during this series against […]

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2019 Combine Invites: NBA, G-League Elite Camp and Pro Basketball (Running List with Updates)

NBA Combine (May 14-19) — 61 invites (including rejections) listed: Zion Williamson, RJ Barrett, Cam Reddish (Duke) Coby White, Nassir Little (UNC) Ty Jerome, Kyle Guy, Deandre Hunter (Virginia) Carsen Edwards (Purdue) Dedric Lawson, Devon Dotson, Quentin Grimes (Kansas) Jordan Bone, Admiral Schofield, Grant Williams (Tennessee) Eric Paschall (Villanova) Talen Horton-Tucker (Iowa State) Quindary Weatherspoon […]

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Breaking Playoff Records – Young Stars in the Making

G Derrick White, San Antonio Spurs: The Spurs took a convincing home win over the Denver Nuggets last night, 118-108, pushing the series to a 2-1 lead. The second-year guard led the team with 36 points on 15-21 shooting, 5 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals in 33 minutes of action. His performance was so […]

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Unanticipated X-Factors of the Warriors/Clippers Series

Many could have guessed several players for the Warriors and/or Clippers that would vastly impact the outcome of the series. However, I highly doubt that Kevon Looney and Montrezl Harrell would be near the top of many people’s list. As the series was tied up on Monday, due to a miraculous 31-point comeback win by […]

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Eastern Conference Playoff Previews and Predictions

First Round: #8 Detroit Pistons vs. #1 Milwaukee Bucks – The Pistons have made it back into the playoffs for the first time in 4 years and only the second time since 2008-09’. However, their re-inclusion in this year’s playoffs come with the daunting task of trying to take out the most statistically sound team […]

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Western Conference Playoff Preview and Predictions

First Round: #8 Los Angeles Clippers vs. #1 Golden State Warriors – As I mentioned in a previous article, “Previewing the NBA Playoffs – Golden State’s Title to Lose?,” I expect the Warriors to handle their business and reach the Finals again this year. A tougher path lies ahead for their next title, due to […]

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The Fallout IF Kevin Durant Joins the New York Knicks

This offseason marks a critical juncture for the Golden State Warriors and their reigning 2-time NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant. Durant’s addition to the team has resulted in a huge success and the creation of an (almost) unstoppable lineup of current All-Stars and budding stars of the past. However, the Warriors successes have largely been […]

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