NBA Playoffs

2018 NBA Playoffs: Eastern Conference Roundtable

The NBA Playoffs are upon us and there are plenty of storylines to follow entering the opening weekend. The Eastern Conference despite being home to LeBron James is traditionally seen as the inferior half of the Association. However, the Philadelphia 76ers surprised everyone by jumping to the 3rd seed and winning more games than the

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NBA

Roundtable: Looking back on the 2017-18 NBA regular season

Several Society writers gather for a roundtable discussion to discuss the wild season that was in the NBA, including biggest takeaways, most compelling storylines and the best single-game performance this year. Our participants are: Ralph Cortes Evan Anderson (@Jordainian21) Felix John-Baptiste (@TwoSmooth2) Fonz De Falco (@FonzyDeFalco) DJ Allen (@DJAllen23) 1. What’s your biggest takeaway from

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NBA Playoffs

2018 NBA Playoffs: Western Conference Roundtable

The moment we’ve been waiting for is here and that’s the NBA Playoffs. This might be the most unpredictable postseason that we’ve had in a while. The writers at Basketball Society are here to give their thoughts on a few topics dealing with the Western Conference race. Check it out: Writers: Felix John-Baptiste (@TwoSmooth2) Evan Anderson (@Jordainian21)

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NBA

NBA Roundtable: What’s Next for OKC? NCAA Talent Pool in Danger?

One of the best months of basketball continues with the NCAA Tournament and the race for the NBA Playoffs in full swing. We got together this week to talk about future NBA prospect decisions, Kevin Durant, the Oklahoma City Thunder, and more. Writers this week: Sean Linhares – @Linhares_BBS Justin Kirkland – @jkirk41 Evan Anderson

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NBA Mock Draft

Basketball Society 2018 NBA Mock Draft

Above is our first NBA Mock Draft of the 2018 season. As you’ll notice, we don’t have too many international players in this mock draft. We will be including more and more as we get closer to the Draft and are able to check some of them out! Let us know what you think about

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NCAA Tournament

Top Clips from the Round of 64 of the Men’s NCAA Tournament

The madness is upon us. The round of 64 of the men’s NCAA Tournament begun only as it could, with upsets and game-winners and some glorious highlights. Here were some of our top clips from the day via Clippit.tv Donte Ingram hits the game-winning three-pointer for no. 11 seed Loyola to upset no. 6 seed

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NCAA Tournament

What 15 Seed has the best chance of pulling out an upset in the 2018 NCAA Tournament?

It’s March Madness everybody. The time of the year that we all get excited for, but then instantly get disappointed over after we have to watch as our brackets burn to smithereens after the first day. The fun part about picking a bracket is trying to call the key upsets. It’s always hard to tell

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Lakers

Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave: Paying Julius and future playoff hopes

Welcome to Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave, a subjective Lakers-related column where our resident Laker fans answer a series of questions regarding the Purple & Gold. For this edition, the gang gathers to discuss what the ideal price point for Julius Randle is, Luke Walton’s strides as a coach and Kyle Kuzma’s struggles with his shot. Our participants

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College Basketball February Stats Leaders

Top 5 Leaders for the month of February in college basketball in:   Points Per Game: Shamorie Ponds (St. John’s) – 28.8 Jaylen Adams (St. Bonaventure) – 27.9 Jordan Howard (Central Arkansas) – 26.7 Kendrick Nunn (Oakland) – 26.6 Andre Spight (Northern Colorado) – 26.6 Rebounds Per Game: Jemerrio Jones (New Mexico State) – 15.7

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Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave: Zotime and Kobe’s jersey retirement

  The Lakers start training camp in roughly two weeks, what is the one thing you look forward to seeing the most as the season draws near? Allen: Two things I’m looking are obviously Lonzo Ball but also the evolution of Brandon Ingram. Ball looked great in Summer League but with all of the pressure

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