A Look Into The Offseason: The Milwaukee Bucks

Not many teams go from second overall pick to a .500 record as the six seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. It all started with Jason Kidd who proved again that a young coach works well with young players. Jabari Parker got selected with the #2 overall pick, Giannis Antetokounmpo is developed into a true “Greek

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2015 NBA Draft: Dean’s Top 30 Big Board

NBA 2015 Big Board by: Dean Avgerinos With the NBA Draft Lottery on the horizon, Sixers, Lakers, Knicks and Timberwolves fans anxiously anticipate their fate. Which pick will their respective team be awarded? Which promising young prospect will their respective team land as they look to bolster their roster and turn things around? As a preview

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Legacy Left Behind: Robert Horry

Robert Horry receiving the nickname “Big Shot Rob” was far from a coincidence. Widely considered one of the clutchest performers in NBA history, Robert Horry was a deadly three-point shooting power forward that many floor stretching big men model their game after. Clutch Performances: In Game 5 of the 2002 Western Conference Finals, the Lakers

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A Look Into The Offseason: The Boston Celtics

No one in the world expected the Boston Celtics to make the playoffs as the seven seed in the Eastern Conference at the start of the season. It seemed to be a rebuilding season as the Celtics entered the list of teams tanking for the #1 pick. Brad Stevens entered his second season in Boston

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A Look Into The Offseason: The Phoenix Suns

The Phoenix Suns are the most unlucky team in the NBA. The Suns ended the season 39-43 which was 10th in the stacked Western Conference. They started the season with the three headed monster at guard with Goran Dragic-Eric Bledsoe-Isaiah Thomas, but they dealt Dragic and Thomas to the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics respectively.

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Fisch’s Friday Rant: Hack-a-C’mon Son

Check out last Friday’s rant here. I come here today to talk to you all about free throws. Not a jumpshot, not a hookshot, free throws. The first thing that comes to mind these days when talking about free throws is the “hack-a-shaq” strategy. We have some great playoff series going on right now, yet

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VIDEO: Rockets Outscore Clippers 40-15 in 4th Quarter to force Game 7

The Clippers thought they had Game 6 wrapped up going into the fourth quarter last night as they held a 89-70 lead with a minute left in the third quarter. The wheels came flying off from there. Missed three-pointers, layups, and bad transition defense led to the debacle. The Rockets created the comeback without the

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A Look Into The Offseason: The Brooklyn Nets

The Brooklyn Nets entered the season with grief over last season’s offseason blockbuster trade with the Boston Celtics. Paul Pierce signed with the Washington Wizards and KG is just too old. In return, the Celtics have two Nets first-round draft picks and the right to swap in the future. Another trade with the right to

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VIDEO: Al Horford’s Layup Wins Game 5 for the Atlanta Hawks

One word. Clutch. In a game that was low scoring, and dare I say, had a boring first three quarters, Al Horford secured a win for the Hawks Wednesday night with this game-winning layup. Horford came in crashing the boards and grabbed an offensive rebound over a lazy NeNe. Horford finished the night with 23

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Golden State Warriors vs. Memphis Grizzlies – Game 4 Recap

The Golden State Warriors showed up to play yesterday and they were simply the better team throughout the match. What Memphis was able to do in the previous two games, Golden State did last night. They played harassing defense forcing turnovers and speeding up the Grizzlies’ pace; which kept them in control the entire game. The

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