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I’m all in on the Heat winning The Finals

Sunday night we saw the Miami Heat close out the Boston Celtics in the sixth game of the Eastern Conference Finals. Hand up, I was wrong. I said Celtics in 7, and I apologize. Here at the Front Office we are accountable for our mistakes, and that is something I will never fail to take […]

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The Nuggets 3-1 magic runs out as the Lakers advance to the NBA Finals

Color me surprised. The Lakers are going to the NBA Finals. As much as I wanted to see the Nuggets in the finals, the deck was clearly stacked against them when they are facing two of the top five players in the NBA in one series. I can also go off on multiple hour long […]

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The Eastern Conference Finals is set. Celtics vs Heat is going to be a bloodbath

If you told me at the beginning of the season that the Celtics and Heat were going to meet in the playoffs I probably would have thought it was going to be in the first round as the 3/6 or 4/5 match up. The fact that this is the match up in the Eastern Conference […]

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Is Anthony Davis the best player on the Lakers?

So over the past couple of weeks I have uttered the sentence “Anthony Davis is the best player on the Lakers”. And unsurprisingly there has been a lot of push back from everyone associated with The Front Office along with pretty much everyone else in our friend group. And sure I get it, Lebron is […]

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Hall of Fame point guard Steve Nash has been named Head Coach of the Brooklyn Nets

Well this came out of left field. Steve Nash is now the head coach of the Brooklyn Nets and I’ll tell you what, I’m pumped. Depending on who you ask Steve Nash is either underrated or overrated. I really don’t think anyone thinks he is properly rated, but that does not take away from the […]

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For the second time in franchise history the Minnesota Timberwolves will be picking first in the NBA Draft

The draft order is finally set after months of waiting. And quite frankly there is no real shock here. The Timberwolves were tied for the best odds to land the number one pick along with the Warriors and Cavs. The Warriors got the number two pick for their struggles this season, and the Cavs slid […]

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Time to hop on the bandwagon… Blazers in 7

Okay so the NBA playoff brackets are officially set and we are going to get the match up I was hoping for since about January. Blazers vs Lakers. If you know me you know I would love nothing more than the mayhem of the Blazers beating the Lakers, but can it happen? Never say never, […]

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Is it just me or are Myles Powell and Markus Howard being severely slept on in the 2020 NBA Draft?

Usually around this time of year we are at a lull in the basketball world, but just like everything else in 2020, basketball was on hiatus for months and now we are two weeks away from the draft lottery. It is about this time when I start to look at mock drafts, and over the […]

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Will it be a Cole World in Detroit?

So yeah that happened. Who is to say if it is legit, but if you are the Pistons what do you have to lose? Your best player is Christian Wood and you are paying Tony Snell over $11 million per year through the 2020-2021 season, assuming he opts into the final year of his contract. […]

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T.J. Warren dropping 53 points is a reminder that dare I say there are a lot of good players in the NBA

One of the more underrated moves made last summer was the Pacers acquiring TJ Warren and the 32nd pick in the 2019 draft for cash considerations. So basically the Suns gave up a pick and TJ Warren for cap space, which they then used to trade for Aron Baynes, Ty Jerome, resign Kelly Obure and […]