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Say what you want about the Knicks, but they finally have some stability at head coach

It has long been rumored but early this afternoon it was finally annouced. Tom Thibodeau will be the next head coach of the New York Knicks. While this might not be the best move when it comes to attracting star free agents given Thibs recent track record with young, all-star level players, he will provide […]

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Bol Bol was unstoppable in the first day of scrimmages… so obviously the NBA decided it would be best to drug test him

BASKETBALL IS BACK. That is something I really didn’t see happening for awhile yet here we are. And a few hours into the restart an unlikely rookie took the twitter world by storm. At last years draft everyone knew Zion was going to go one, Ja was going to go two and RJ was going […]

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Seton Hall has effectively decided to not retire the number 31

For 99% of the basketball world this news is a blimp on the radar, but for the Seton Hall faithful and any fanatic of the Big East conference this should sting. Today Seton Hall announced the number changes for existing players and the numbers that incoming players will wear for the 2020-2021 season, assuming it […]

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Breaking Down the 10 Things Klay Thompson Can’t Live Without

After the love the Brad Beal GQ 10 Things Breakdown got I thought it was only right to continue the series with one of my personal favorite players in the NBA, Klay Thompson. If you know Klay Thompson, you know he is always sending out positive vibes and this video is no different. Rocco: Klay […]

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Is Gonzaga a Blue Blood?

A comment was posted from the Front Office Instagram account on a Tipton Edits post regarding the front runners in Chet Holmgren’s recruitment this afternoon saying Gonzaga was a blue blood, and boy oh boy did that receive some heat. And I get it. Gonzaga isn’t in a power conference and doesn’t have a national […]

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Dion Waiters vs Tim Hardaway Jr. in the 2014 Rising Stars Game was a Battle for the Ages

Everyone has something different they look forward to in the NBA all-star weekend. For most, it’s Slam Dunk Contest or the 3 Point Contest. Others it’s the Celebrity All-Star game or the All-Star Game itself. For me, it has always been the rising stars game. Here is where we get to see the best first […]

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It’s 7/7… Remember to StayMe7o

Tbh I’m shocked it’s already July, and in honor of July 7th here are some Carmelo Anthony highlights and videos. Melo is one of the 50 greatest players of all-time and I don’t think it’s possible to argue otherwise. He is a gold medalist and a national champion. He made the Knicks relevant for a […]

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Breaking Down the 10 Things NBA Star Bradley Beal Can’t Live Without

If you are anything like me you are very intrigued hearing about who the players you watch on the court are off the court. It’s why I’m a huge fan of the GQ Series that they have with Hollywood stars, athletes, social media stars, etc. where they talk about 10 things they can’t live without. […]

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Emoni Bates Commits to Michigan State… For Now

As someone who isn’t in the weeds as much as other people when it comes to college recruiting this came out of left field for me. Sure, he gave us an hour heads up on his Instagram but he just finished his Sophomore year in High School and is probably the best high school player […]

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Iso Joe Always Has Been and Always Will Be a Bucket

Kinda random but earlier I was thinking about the greatest players of the past decade or so and I thought of Joe Johnson and stumbled upon his buzzer-beaters from 2007 through the end of his career. In the 2010s there are few players that I would rather have with the ball in their hands with […]