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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Splash Brothers

The “Splash Brothers” Proving Their Value During the Finals

The Oracle Arena erupted continuously as the Golden State Warriors stomped the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, giving the Warriors a 2-0 lead. From a red-hot offense to Stephen Curry swishing desperation shot-clock heaves 28 feet from the rim, the fans got their money’s worth. The bench turned into a different

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How The Cleveland Cavaliers Are Showing There’s No “I” In Team

You may have been worried about LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers starting 0-2 against the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals. In Games 1 and 2, the Cavaliers continued to struggle with their lack of defense and role player inconsistency. Celtics forward Jaylen Brown looked comfortable out there dropping 23 points in both

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Ricky Rubio

The Rubio Way: Utah Jazz Showing Scary Sign Of Upset

In Game 3 of the Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Utah Jazz first-round series, Ricky Rubio turned on the switch. He became an unexpected great offensive option for the Jazz. He finished the first half with 19 points, seven rebounds, and six assists, fully taking control of the game. It felt as though the whole world

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Evan’s Evaluations: Los Angeles Clippers, Spurs Looking Forward in Playoff Hunt

The postseason is upon us and there’s still madness in March for the NBA. Coming off a weekend full of excitement from CJ McCollum knocking down the mid-range game-winner on Oklahoma City to LeBron James putting another victim on a poster.  With two and a half weeks left in the regular season, teams are still

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Evan Evaluations: A Pelican’s Race

The Western Conference is still on a wavy path seeding teams for the NBA Playoffs. The New Orleans Pelicans are not only fighting for a playoff spot but also an NBA MVP trophy for Anthony Davis. Davis has proved himself as one of the top big men in the league and what better way to prove

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