Dwight Howard and James Harden

Are the Houston Rockets the West’s sleeper?

The Houston Rockets are one of the teams I would consider to be a possible sleeper choice in the conference. I don’t think most people are looking at them as a favorite to come out of the West, despite finding their way to the 2-seed and having a frontrunner MVP candidate. There are things that

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Raptors’ Lou Williams Wins 6th Man Award

The NBA just announced it’s first winner of an end of season award today. Lou Williams of the Toronto Raptors has won the Kia NBA Sixth Man of the Year Award. This honor is given to the league’s best reserve player. Congratulations @TeamLou23 — the 2015 @Kia Sixth Man of the Year! http://t.co/P0NYw4dDzW#KiaSixth#6Man#WeTheNorthpic.twitter.com/xpj7Z7e9wi — Toronto

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A Look Into The Offseason: The Charlotte Hornets

All looked bright in Charlotte at the start of the season. Kemba Walker-Lance Stephenson-Al Jefferson looked to be a scary Big-3 in the Eastern Conference. Coming off a playoff birth last season with a weak Eastern Conference, they looked to be a lock in the playoffs. Charlotte fell under expectation and didn’t make the playoffs.

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NBA PLAYOFF RECAP: Game 1 Brooklyn Nets vs. Atlanta Hawks

Acheiving the number one seed in the Eastern Conference for the first time since 1994, the Atlanta Hawks held off a determined Brooklyn Nets team that never gave up. Kyle Korver lead the Hawks with 21 points on five three pointers. The dogfight had it highs and lows, with Atlanta holding a lead as high as

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2015 NBA Playoffs: Is Superman Back for the Rockets?

Was Dwight Howard’s strong showing in Game 1 a sign of things to come for the remainder of the postseason? The Houston Rockets topped the Dallas Mavericks 118-108 in Game 1 of their first round series behind a balanced attack, including 15 points from Corey Brewer (13 in the 4th) and 11 points and 7 rebounds

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Western Conference Playoff Preview: (4) Portland Trail Blazers vs. (5) Memphis Grizzlies

    During the entire NBA Playoffs, each member of the society are doing their own breakdowns of each playoff series form the first round until the NBA finals. Alec Walt (@AlecWalt) and myself (@FonzyDeFalco) will be going over the Portland Trail Blazers vs. Memphis Grizzlies series. We will be breaking down each team and breaking down the starting

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LeBron James

MVP Case No. 5: LeBron “King” James

Everyday this week, the society members have been making individual cases for the top players deserving MVP consideration. If you want to see the other cases click on the links below: 1.  Chris Paul done by Aram Cannuscio (@ACannus) 2. James Harden done by Martin Soaries (@marley_mcfly) 3.  Stephen Curry done by Chris St. Jean (@CSaint3) 4. Anthony Davis done by Alfonso De Falco

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Eastern Conference Playoff Preview: (4) Toronto Raptors vs (5) Washington Wizards

The NBA Playoffs are upon us, and the first matchup on the docket is the fourth seeded Toronto Raptors against the fifth seeded Washington Wizards. Two of the younger up-and-coming teams in the league are both facing some big expectations. The Raptors who are fresh off of their second straight Atlantic Division title are going

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Overlooked Number Ones

This is the first year where we have two no. 1 seeds that no one really has faith in. Both the Atlanta Hawks and the Golden State Warriors have had stellar regular seasons but the playoffs are where it all matters. We’ve seen multiple times in other sports where teams have a great regular season but a

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MVP Case No. 4: Anthony “The Brow” Davis

Everyday this week, the society members have been making individual cases for the top players deserving MVP consideration. If you want to see the other cases click on the links below: 1.  Chris Paul done by Aram Cannuscio (@ACannus) 2. James Harden done by Martin Soaries (@marley_mcfly) 3.  Stephen Curry done by Chris St. Jean (@CSaint3) Today I’ll be making the

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