DJ’s Three-Point Take: Who’s Your Pick?

The question of, “If you were a GM today and you had to pick one player to start your team, who would it be?” usually has the typical answers of: Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, and Kevin Durant. However, with this new emergence of superstars, I believe a few guys have forced their way to be

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Society Pick ‘Ems: January 20th NBA Picks

After a heavy dosage of games on MLK day, it’s a light night for NBA basketball. We have the Oklahoma City Thunder traveling to South Beach to battle the Miami Heat. OKC is looking to go on a winning streak to try and beat the Phoenix Suns for the 8th seed in the Western Conference.

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NBA Generations Top-Five Roundtable (2)

For Part 1 of the Panel’s top five choices, click here.   Participants:   Cyril Mpacko – @Cee_Armel DJ Allen – @DJAllen23 Martin Soares – @marley_mcfly Ryan Kirk – @rlk716   1980s Mpacko: Michael Jordan – ’84 Hakeem Olajuwon – ’84 Isiah Thomas – ’81 Charles Barkley – ’84 David Robinson -’87 The 1980’s saw

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DJ & Cyril’s Three-Point Take: Intangibles of a Championship Team

When talking about what it takes to be a championship team, a lot of people usually only cover the basics. Talent, defense, superstars and things of that nature are all obvious pieces of a championship team but what fans forget about are the intangibles. Things such as leadership, roles, and experience are all just as

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Society Pick ‘Em – January 17th NBA Picks

Saturday night contains eight games that should be exciting to watch. We have a battle between the two favorites for MVP in Steph Curry and James Harden, as the Warriors try to bounce back against the Houston Rockets after taking a tough loss last night to the Oklahoma City Thunder. We also have a battle

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NBA Generations Top-Five Roundtable (1)

At lunch tables, barbershops, and bar-stools around the world, there are always debates about the best basketball players to ever touch the hardwood.  Remember that saying, “back in my day” that your uncle uttered at family reunions? If so, then this is probably a discussion that you have had or heard multiple times. What makes

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DJ & BJ’s Three-Point Take: The Legacy of Dirk Nowitzki

DJ & BJ’s Three-Point Take: The Legacy of Dirk Nowitzki DJ Allen: @DJAllen23  BJ Boyer: @wcboyer24  Dirk Nowitzki is in the latter stages of his career but is still playing at a very high level. In the midst of his 17th season, Dirk is part of a competitive Dallas Maverick team that has a chance

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Atlanta Hawks

DJ’s Three Point Take: Flying Beneath the Radar

The Atlanta Hawks have been flying under the radar this year as one of the top teams in the Eastern Conference. They have been called by some, the most underrated team in the league and with a record of 22-8, they currently hold the second seed in the East. Atlanta warned everyone about their talent

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DJ & BJ’s Three Point Take: Everything Lakers

DJ & BJ’s Three-Point Take: Los Angeles Lakers DJ Allen: @DJAllen23  BJ Boyer: @wcboyer24  “The Lake Show” hasn’t been the show that the world is accustomed to seeing. This organization has been top of the notch and always contended in the West but this year they are far from that. With an 8-19 record, Los

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Carmelo Anthony is Considering Waiving No-Trade Clause

  Carmelo Anthony may already be fed up with this disaster that is the New York Knicks. A report came out this morning in the New York Post that Anthony will consider waiving his no-trade clause that currently stands in his contract. A source told the post that he would be willing to give up

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