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The Phoenix Suns Have Arrived

If I told you that the Phoenix Suns would be just two games behind the eighth seed Memphis Grizzlies two weeks ago, you probably would have called me crazy. It kind of looked like the Suns were thrown into the bubble because the league wanted to add a non-playoff team from the East, so they […]

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Tyler Herro Has Been a Problem Since High School

The other night I was lying in bed, and I stumbled across some Tyler Herro high school videos on YouTube, and let’s just say they were insane. Back in high school, Tyler still had the swagger he has in the league today. He would talk to the camera, and even give a little smirk and […]

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NBA Opening Night FanDuel Lineup

With the NBA starting up again Thursday night, I wanted to make a FanDuel lineup for the first real night of basketball in quite some time. PG: Alex Caruso, $3,500LAC Vs. LAL I’m going with a budget pick right here. With Rajon Rondo out, Caruso could be playing some big minutes for the Lakers. Although […]

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From a D-3 Player to One of the Leagues Best Three-Point Shooters, the Story of Duncan Robinson

The story of Duncan Robinson is a rather complex story. Coming out of high school, Duncan had no D-1 offers, so he decided to play at Williams College, which is a D-3 school. In his time at Williams College, Duncan averaged 17.1 points per game while shooting 55.7% from the field, 45.3% from three, and […]

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The Orlando Bubble is Working Out So Far…

The Orlando Bubble has been amazing so far. First off, health-wise, it is doing its job. The first set of results of players in the bubble saw two players test positive for COVID-19. The second set of results of players in the bubble had zero positive tests for COVID-19. There is still a lot of […]

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With the Rise of the G League, the NCAA Should Be Scared

This week, Five-star recruit Jonathan Kuminga decided to go to the G League Professional Path instead of going to play in college. Kuminga was formerly the number one overall recruit in the class of 2021 but recently reclassified to the class of 2020, where he is ranked fourth overall. Kuminga’s decision to use the G […]

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LeBronto: LeBron James’ Dominance Over the Toronto Raptors

The LeBron James led Cleveland Cavaliers completely owned the Toronto Raptors for three straight playoffs. Let’s take a look at how Toronto became LeBronto. It all started in 2016 when the Cavs and the Raptors met in the Eastern Conference Finals. The Cavs were the first seed, and the Raptors were the second seed. The […]

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Eric Paschall, the Biggest Steal of the 2019 NBA Draft

Being a Villanova fan, I watched Eric Paschall for three seasons after he transferred from Fordham. At Villanova, Eric was a dominant force who was able to get to the basket when he wanted to. In addition to his strength, Eric could shoot the ball pretty well and defend at a high level.  The Warriors […]

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The Bright Future of the Atlanta Hawks

Although the Atlanta Hawks are one of the bottom feeders of the league right now, their future is very bright.  First off, they have a young star in Trae Young. Young, who was drafted with the 5th overall pick in the 2018 NBA draft, was named an all-star starter this year and is one of […]

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The Career of Vince Carter

With Vince Carter, aka Air Canada, officially retiring last week, let’s take a look at Carter’s lengthy NBA career. The eight-time all-star came into the league in 1998 when he was drafted by the Warriors with the 5th pick but immediately traded to the Raptors on draft night. Carter played his first six and a […]