Prospect Watch: Class of 2022 G Roddy Gayle

Over the weekend I had the chance to watch Roddy Gayle play for the first time for WeR1 (PA) at Rider University Team Camp in New Jersey. Gayle is a 6-foot-3 guard in the class of 2022 out of Niagra Falls, New York. He is ranked in the top 100 of his class in the

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PUMA Signs Multi-Year Deal as Official Partner of The Basketball Tournament

PUMA has signed a multi-year partner deal to become the exclusive footwear and apparel partner of The Basketball Tournament, the 64-team summer basketball tournament and event with a $2 million grand prize that is broadcasted live on ESPN. As part of the partnership, PUMA will offer an endorsement to any player that participates in TBT

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VIDEO: Mikal Bridges Gets to Hoop with Drake in Hilarious Video with No Cow

As a projected top 10 pick in the 2018 NBA Draft on Thursday night, Mikal Bridges is set for some life-changing moments in the very near future. Bridges, the star wing out of Villanova, teamed up with No Cow for a hilarious video that shows him getting the chance to play basketball with Drake. Check

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LeBron James

NBA players tweet reactions to LeBron James’ free agency after NBA Finals

We’re now in another summer of LeBron James. Free agency awaits LeBron as he is able and expected to opt out of his contract. After being swept by the Golden State Warriors in these NBA Finals, the context of James’ next move will be fascinating and the conversation about what that move might be will be

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Jaylen Brown

The ascension of Jaylen Brown has given the Celtics a new ceiling

The storyline of the Celtics not having their star players in the playoffs has slowly faded because of their postseason success. Boston is still undefeated at home in these playoffs after taking a 2-0 series lead against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals on Tuesday night. Boston has excelled in the qualities a

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Donovan Mitchell

Terry Rozier, Donovan Mitchell impacting NBA Playoffs in NCAA Tournament fashion

In basketball, we have a special place reserved in our hearts for the unsung heroes and unlikely stars. We cling to and show consistent praise for the heralded superstars but during the NCAA Tournament and NBA Playoffs there usually emerges players who turn in star performances and earn their recognition from that point forward. Terry

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Bryan Antoine

2019 G Bryan Antoine cites Duke, Villanova as most aggressive suitors

Class of 2019 wings Scottie Lewis and Bryan Antoine are two of the most sought-after prospects in their class. The pair is an ultra-dynamic tandem for the Ranney School in Monmouth County, New Jersey, and if some college programs have their way, they might even continue playing together at the next level. Antoine and Lewis

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Official Trailer for “She Got Game” features star-studded basketball and pop culture cast

The official trailer for Bleacher Report’s “She Got Game” starring Seattle Storm star Jewell Loyd has arrived. A reimagining of the iconic Spike Lee film “He Got Game” released in 1998, this rendition in a fictional movie trailer follows Coney Island star Faith Mothershed, who follows in the footsteps of Jesus Shuttlesworth. Also featured are

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Lindsay Whalen

Lindsay Whalen named head coach of Minnesota women’s basketball, while still playing in WNBA

This week’s most intriguing basketball news, despite the NBA Playoffs gearing up and the WNBA Draft on Thursday night, was Lindsay Whalen being named the head coach of the women’s basketball team at her alma mater, the University of Minnesota. Whalen is a five-time All-WNBA guard and is currently still a member of the Minnesota

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Kyrie Irving

The only person who could keep LeBron from his eighth straight NBA Finals is Kyrie Irving

Talking about who’s coming out of the Eastern Conference in the NBA has practically been a waste of time and breath for the last seven years. LeBron James, while in Miami and Cleveland, was always the answer. Some of LeBron’s most formidable Eastern Conference Finals opponents during this run were the Celtics in 2012 and

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