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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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Where Do the Rockets Go From Here?

After winning game one of their second round matchup vs. the Lakers, the Rockets went on to lose the next four games in the series and have been eliminated from the NBA playoffs. The underwhelming playoff run brings me to the question, where do they go from here? The Rockets went all in on their […]

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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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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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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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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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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 […]