Video: Kristaps Porzingis and Marquese Chriss Get Into A Fight

Yesterday, in the game between the Knicks and the Suns, we were able to see a great match-up between Kristaps Porzingis and Marquese Chriss. Both young stars have had a nice star to their careers and it was definitely something that basketball fans wanted to see. The Suns ended up getting the best of the

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Brook Lopez’s Three Point Shot Is One Of The Biggest Storylines Of This Season

Brook Lopez has always been a back to the basket player. He excels on the block and his right-handed mini hook is nearly unstoppable. We’ve known this for some time and for someone who’s 28 years old, we didn’t think he would change his game much. Oh, how we were wrong. Brook Lopez has developed

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Chris Paul Is Amazing And Has Gotten Even Better

There’s nothing I can say in this article to truly display how great Chris Paul is. I’ll supply with you some facts and statistics that back up my claim that he’s gotten better this year. But, it simply won’t be good enough. Chris Paul is a player that you have to watch. You can see

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Boban Marjanovic Is The Hero San Antonio Deserves But Not The One It Needs Right Now

A 7’3 gentle lovable giant. That’s what Boban Marjanovic was to the San Antonio Spurs. Tim Duncan and LaMarcus Aldridge were nothing compared to this man. Boban was the light that guided the Spurs last season. He was Steph Curry before Steph Curry. The 2nd coming of Jordan. The 2nd coming of Olajuwon. The Spurs

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Richaun Holmes May Be Too Good To Leave On The Bench

Joel Embiid, Jahlil Okafor, Dario Saric, and Nerlens Noel are all healthy and ready to play significant minutes for the 76ers this year. Ben Simmons, as we know, will unfortunately miss some time this year. That does make things a little easier in the front-court. The odds are that Noel and Okafor will start the

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Joe Johnson Will Now Need To Step Up

Today, it was announced that Gordon Hayward will be out for roughly six weeks which means that he’ll be missing the start of the season for the Utah Jazz. Now, the Jazz, who are supposed to do much better this season, will need someone to step up in his place as he recovers. At this

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Aram’s Analytical Analysis: How Important Are Three-Point Attempts?

We all know that teams have constantly been increasing their three-point attempts the past decade or so. This past season, there were 59,241 three-pointers taken during the regular season. Back in the 2005-2006 season, only 39,313 threes were attempted. One team, the Phoenix Suns, attempted over 2,000 threes while this past season there were 13

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Basketball Is Love

Maybe this isn’t the best time to talk about this. Football has just begun and many of you reading this may be very fixated into the game already. That’s fine. I enjoy watching football as well. But, today, I’m not talking about football. I’m talking about the greatest sport in the world, basketball. You can

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The Eastern Conference Is No Longer Weak

For the past few years, many have labeled the Eastern Conference as ‘weak’. Some of the criticisms have been warranted given the fact that the Cavs were just too good and no other team could really contend with them in the East. Now, we have to end the criticism. The Eastern Conference is continuing to

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Why Are There Bandwagoners?

Let me be clear first. This article IS NOT a history into where bandwagoners originated from. Rather, I decided to write this piece to state my opinion on the idea of a front-running bandwagoner in general and how it doesn’t make sense to me. I’m a Philadelphia 76ers fan and I like to pride myself

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