Clint Capela

Clint Capela remains in free agency limbo with Houston Rockets

While most of the free agent market has dried up like a water-soaked sponge sitting in the sweltering heat, big man Clint Capela remains in a free agent limbo with the Houston Rockets, with talks deadlocked over the 24-year-olds supposed asking price of $100 million over the course of four years. via: Tim McMahon, ESPN

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Mikal Bridges

Mikal Bridges quickly got a taste of the NBA’s business side

On the night of the 2018 NBA Draft, it was hard to fight the magnetism of Mikal Bridge’s story. A once redshirt freshman at Villanova University turned two-time NCAA Champion that was born, raised and went to high school in Pennsylvania, drafted by his hometown Philadelphia Sixers with the No. 10 overall pick in the

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Terry Rozier

Terry Rozier’s price continues to go up

Over this past winter break, I often found myself in my friend Charlie’s basement, with a bottle of Captain Morgan and a two liter of Coca-Cola in tow. My friend ACJ would usually join us for a night that featured music ranging from Madonna to Onyx blaring out of my Sonos Play 1, strong mixed

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Warriors

It’s time to accept the truth about the Golden State Warriors

Ever since the Warriors begun blitzing the entire NBA on their way to a 73-win season and two championships in the span of three years, it seems as if we’ve been eager to pounce on any opportunity that emerges to christen a team as the one that can finally dispatch of Golden State. On Monday night in

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Lakers

Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave: That’s All She Wrote…

Welcome to Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave, a subjective Lakers-related column where our resident Laker fans answer a series of questions regarding the Purple & Gold. For this final edition of the regular season, the gang gathers to discuss what they’ll remember most about this season, who Los Angeles’ best players this year were and the best win

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Jayson Tatum

Jayson Tatum powering Celtics amidst injuries

Since 2009-10, only eight players have averaged at least 13 points per game, registered a PER of 13 or better and connected on 90 threes or more in their rookie season. Boston Celtics first-year forward Jayson Tatum is one of them. Tatum’s offensive game flashes a spicy level of bravado for a rookie and the

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Ivy League

Penn downs Harvard in thriller, claims Ivy League Championship

“I was just trying to be a leader and find a way to spark the team,” a joyous Darnell Foreman said after his Penn Quakers claimed the 2018 Ivy League Championship in a thrilling 68-65 win over the Harvard Crimson inside of the Palestra on Sunday afternoon. Foreman, the lone senior starter for Penn, finished

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Ivy League Tournament Semifinals Recap

Game No. 1: Harvard (#1) 74, Cornell (#4) 55 “My teammates have confidence in me to make plays and that’s what I try to do,” said a stoic Seth Towns, who’s game-high 24 points led the Harvard Crimson to a 74-55 Ivy League Tournament semifinal victory over the Cornell Big Red inside of the historic

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Lakers

Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave: Los Angeles showing post All-Star break promise

Welcome to Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave, a subjective Lakers-related column where our resident Laker fans answer a series of questions regarding the Purple & Gold. The Lakers are playing their best basketball of the season and Lonzo Ball seems to have a renewed confidence. For this edition, the gang gathers to discuss what they’ve seen from

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NBA

NBA Roundtable: New look Cavs, Wiz without Wall and new playoff format

Several Society writers gather for a roundtable discussion to hash out current NBA happenings, including talk about the new-look Cleveland Cavaliers, who is in more danger of missing the playoffs between Oklahoma City and San Antonio, as well as the NBA experimenting with a new playoff format. Our participants this week are: DJ Allen (@DJAllen23)

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