Mark Jackson

Why isn’t Mark Jackson an NBA coach? A former Warriors staffer says “it’s a small circle for ownership” & owner, Joe Lacob ‘made up his mind’  

A former Golden State Warriors staffer discusses Mark Jackson and more on the Scoop B Radio Podcast. Press Play Below To Listen!  Mark Jackson was one of the greatest point guards in NBA history. That brilliance translated to the NBA when he went from the television booth to coaching sidelines. Jackson was named head coach

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Scoop B: Rising sports anchor Taylor Rooks & her influence goes far beyond Twitter

If you’re apart of the social media sports community, then chances are you’ve heard of Taylor Rooks. Rooks, an anchor and field reporter for Sports New York has created quite the social media following, with over 60,000 followers on Twitter and more than 100,000 on Instagram. This is largely due to her extremely spicy hot

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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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Kevin Durant

Golden State can’t fall victim to the Kevin Durant show

We saw two different teams in the first two games of the Western Conference Finals but the one consistent theme was Kevin Durant. There was no stopping the guy as he was a walking bucket getting whatever he wanted on the floor. With that being said, Durant’s greatness came in the absence of the others. The

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Josh Level Classic

Josh Level Classic brings North Carolina basketball community together

Josh Level collapsed during a basketball game in Winston-Salem, NC over five years ago and died of a viral infection called myocarditis. The loss of Level hit the basketball community hard, especially in his hometown of, Greensboro, NC. One year after his unfortunate passing, his best friend Kanayo Obi-Rapu organized the first Josh Level Classic

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Marcus Smart Has Earned The NBA’s Respect

Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart never had the best image. He developed a bad reputation at Oklahoma State after shoving a Texas Tech fan in 2014 and that wasn’t even the first time his aggressive behavior was detrimental to that team. When Smart entered the NBA, that image came with him. Smart joined the Celtics

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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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Adam Filippi

Scoop B: Charlotte Hornets’ top scout, Adam Filippi says international players offer a skill set that ‘translates in any style of basketball’

Charlotte Hornets’ Dir. of Global Scouting, Adam Filippi checked in with Scoop B Radio’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson. Press Play Below To Listen!  Charlotte Hornets Director of Global Scouting, Adam Filippi is rich in hoops experience. He spent 10 seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers and won 3 NBA championship rings. Before joining the Lakers

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Cleveland Cavaliers

After two big punches, how will the Cavs respond to the Celtics holding serve at home?

The only people that legitimately thought the Boston Celtics would be up 2-0 against the three-time defending Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers were the members of the Celtics organization. After going down by as many as 11 points in the first half, the Celtics held the Cavs to 39 second-half points en route to a

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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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