Mikal Bridges

Mikal Bridges’ New NBA Life Looking Good

Mikal Bridges is not in college anymore. After four weeks of play in the NBA, Bridges, selected 10th overall in the draft, is competing with basketball artists and experts now. Entering the league with two college National Championships, Bridges has noticed the different level of play. One of the biggest differences is the depth of

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Kemba Walker

Kemba Walker Could Be The Best Offensive Threat In The Eastern Conference

The Eastern Conference has started off hot this season. Just look at Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks, as well as Kawhi Leonard and Kyle Lowry in Toronto. But one player that you can make the argument for being the best player in the East so far this year is Kemba Walker. This is Kemba

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Nikola Jokic

Nikola Jokic is a top five center in the NBA

Every gameday for the Denver Nuggets, we see Nikola Jokic ball out. Jokic has improved his game over the years and is a top-five center in the NBA. His name deserves to be talked about as much as other centers in the league, including the likes of Joel Embiid. When Jokic is on the court, he

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Allonzo Trier

Keep An Eye On Allonzo Trier This Season

During the NBA preseason, several young players stood out. Luka Doncic throwing on-point passes, DeAndre Ayton consistently protecting the rim on defense, and Miles Bridges finishing powerful dunks. However, another young player who discretely stood out in the preseason was Allonzo Trier. Allonzo Trier is an undrafted rookie but played for the New York Knicks

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Dwyane Wade

How Dwyane Wade Became One of the Greatest Shooting Guards Ever in the NBA

Dwyane Wade has become an NBA phenomenon. During the past 15 seasons, he made himself into one of the greatest shooting guards to ever play the game. Many know him as “D-Wade” or “The Flash.” Wade recently announced that he will be playing his final season with the Miami Heat before he retires. Fans saw

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The Detroit Pistons Can Be a Playoff Team Next Season

The Detroit Pistons have the potential to be a playoff team next season with their roster. This was the second consecutive postseason they missed. If more guards can improve their shooting playing alongside the new bruiser frontcourt duo, this team can make it farther than many do expect. Not to mention, the addition of their

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DeMar DeRozan

DeMar DeRozan Still Has a Chance to Shine in the West

The biggest blockbuster trade of the NBA offseason happened the morning of July 18th when All-Star DeMar DeRozan was traded to the San Antonio Spurs for All-Star Kawhi Leonard, but does this mean this is the start of DeRozan’s downward slope for his NBA career? Absolutely not. DeRozan’s career will continue in San Antonio and has

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Paul George Keeps Thunder Content with New Deal

Paul George recently announced at Russell Westbrook’s free agency party that he will be re-signing with the Oklahoma City Thunder. Declining his player option last week, George signed a four-year, $137M deal with the Thunder, including a player option in the third year. After trading for George last offseason, the team fell just short of

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Lance Stephenson

Indiana Pacers Risk Losing a Valuable Lance Stephenson

The Indiana Pacers recently declined Lance Stephenson’s team option, making him an unrestricted free agent. When Stephenson joined the Pacers in 2016, he entered a 3-year contract with a team option. Declining the $4.3 million option indicates the team will be looking to acquire a new free agent this summer, such as Tyreke Evans or Will

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Mikal Bridges

2018 NBA Draft Profile: Mikal Bridges

“When I was first able to play in elementary school, that’s when I started loving the game” – Mikal Bridges. The 6-foot-7 NBA prospect has come a long way loving the game of basketball. A 2x NCAA National Champion, Bridges has worked his way from the very beginning to become a potential lottery pick in

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