Golden State

2018 NBA Finals Roundtable: Warriors-Cavs Part 4

It’s part four of the Warriors/Cavs NBA Finals saga. Welcome to our roundtable. Participants: Antonio Losada – @chapulana Kyle Allan – @kallan441 Evan Anderson – @Jordanian21 Felix John-Baptiste – @twosmooth2 1. What’s the no. 1 thing you’ll be watching for in this edition of Cavs/Warriors? Antonio: Cleveland’s second unit–everybody but LeBron–performance,  because I want to know if

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Philadelphia 76ers

Process Disciples Roundtable: Who Should the Philadelphia 76ers Draft at No. 10?

The Philadelphia 76ers sit at No. 10 in the NBA Draft despite being the third seed in this years NBA Playoffs. In a season filled with plenty of excitement, Philly is looking to build on that with this year’s pick. There is plenty of history to go off of when saying that the 10th pick

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NBA Playoffs

Not everything in these NBA Playoffs has been about youth

Had I to chose the most talked-about topic of the postseason, I think I’d go with something relating to the young’uns mining the League during these playoffs. It’s been beaten to death during the past few weeks. We have had discussions about Donovan Mitchell leading a Jazz team that was depleted of assets and riddled

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NBA

Basketball Society NBA Mock Draft 2.0 – Pre-Draft Combine

Here is Basketball Society’s 2nd version of their Mock Draft for this upcoming NBA Draft: (You can view the 1st version of the Mock here: http://basketballsocietyonline.com/basketball-society-2018-nba-mock-draft )   1. Phoenix Suns – Luka Doncic – G/F, International 2. Sacramento Kings – DeAndre Ayton – C, Arizona 3. Atlanta Hawks – Mo Bamba – C, Texas 4. Memphis

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Houston Rockets

Do the Rockets need to change their offensive approach to beat the Warriors?

After dropping Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals to the Golden State Warriors 119-106 despite a 41-point, seven-assist outburst from James Harden, much has been made about the Houston Rockets’ offensive approach, which favors heavy doses of isolation from both Harden and backcourt mate Chris Paul. After embracing this system all season long, should

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LeBron James

What should we expect from LeBron James in Game 2 against Boston?

LeBron James was unusually quiet in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Boston Celtics on Sunday and as a result, the Cleveland Cavaliers suffered a 108-83 loss. James finished with 15 points on 5-16 shooting, allowing Boston to secure a 1-0 series lead with the victory. History tells us James is due

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Western Conference Finals

2018 NBA Western Conference Finals Roundtable

After what has been a fun NBA Playoffs so far, we’re finally being treated to the Conference Finals matchup we’ve been so eagerly awaiting. The Houston Rockets and Golden State Warriors will duke it out for Western Conference supremacy, and more importantly a trip to the NBA Finals. We’ve gathered several writers for a roundtable

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Eastern Conference Finals

2018 NBA Eastern Conference Finals Roundtable

The Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers are set to clash to decide who will represent the East in the 2018 NBA Finals. Both teams have overcome adversity and public doubt to reach the brink of basketball’s ultimate contest. We got some of our writers together to discuss this series and the journey both franchises took

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LeBron James Cleveland Cavaliers

Overreaction in Cleveland?

We all know what happened in Game 1 of the Indiana Pacers against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the First Round of the East Conference Playoffs. Victor Oladipo went off for 32 points on 11-for-19 shooting in a 98-80 rout of the Cavs. LeBron thinks the #Cavs have to be more “mind ready” in Game 2.

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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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