Lakers Lair Ep. 10: Lakers Continue to Roll

It has been a five year playoff drought for the Los Angeles Lakers, and in order to get back to the post-season they needed to draft well and land a big name free-agent. Both seem to have been accomplished when they landed LeBron James in free-agency and then taking Lonzo Ball, Josh Hart, Brandon Ingram,

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Dwyane Wade

Dwyane Wade Could Still Play The Game, If He Wanted To, Says Vince Carter

Dwyane Wade and Vince Carter have matched up against each other numerous time over the past 16 seasons in the NBA. Evening having a classic duel against each other back in game three of the 2006 Eastern Conference Semifinals, which saw Carter drop 43 points in for the New Jersey Nets at the time and

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Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony To Portland Trail Blazers? NBA Insider Says It’s ‘Interesting’

NBA Insider, Chris Sheridan Dropped By The Scoop B Radio Podcast With Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson. Press Play Below To Listen! Carmelo Anthony needs a team to join. Could the Portland Trail Blazers be it? “Portland is an interesting question,” NBA insider Chris Sheridan told me on the Scoop B Radio Podcast. “They have one

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76ers Quick Hits: Bench woes, Butler returns, hosting Toronto

The Philadelphia 76ers began the week at 18-9 and played four games. Philadelphia won two of the four, and are now sitting at 20-11. They are currently fourth in the Eastern Conference. Let’s run through some quick hits: Jimmy Butler Injury Jimmy Butler suffered a groin injury in last week’s game against the Detroit Pistons.

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Kevin Durant

The Defensive Short: Keeping Kevin Durant at arm’s length

How do you defend a guy who is the size of a center, moves like a guard, and can score from anywhere on the floor? You can’t. But you have to do whatever it takes to make his life difficult. Kevin Durant is arguably the best scorer to ever play the game so there’s no

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Joel Embiid

The Process Disciples: Fultz Injury, Embiid’s Struggles, and Trade Rumors

Just like every other edition of the Process Disciples this year, we’ve got some news that has a drastic impact on the whole season — Markelle Fultz has an actual injury (allegedly)! Fultz was diagnosed with Thoracic Outlet Syndrome and will be reevaluated probably a million times throughout the season instead of just telling us

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Basketball Society’s ideal NBA match-ups

NBA fans love discussing hypotheticals. “What if this player played during this time?” or “What if this team played against that team?” It’s something that’s always fun to debate but we will never have an answer to. Just this past week, a hot topic came up with people discussing a matchup between Kevin Durant and

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Steph Curry

Give Steph Curry Roses While You Still Can

Stephen Curry has been talking about the moon lately. Maybe it’s because he is considering to start to shoot from out there. Too often, we allow living legends to retire or start to age before we properly place their greatness into perspective. It is time to start placing Stephen Curry into all-time starting 5s and

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Anthony Davis News: Philadelphia 76ers Are ‘Outlier’ Destination For ‘The Brow’ Says NBA Expert

NBA insider, Chris Sheridan chatted with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson via The Scoop B Radio Podcast. Press Play Below To Listen! Could Anthony Davis become a Philadelphia 76er? Don’t sleep on ’em says NBA insider, Chris Sheridan. “I’ve been told that they are an outlier team,” Chris Sheridan told Scoop B Radio. “They’re not out

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Trae Young

Rod Strickland is “A Legend,” says Trae Young

The Dallas Mavericks originally drafted Trae Young with the 5th pick in this year’s draft, but immediately traded his draft rights along with a first-round pick in next season’s draft for Luka Doncic. Young is currently averaging 15.4 points per game, 2.8 total rebounds, and 7.2 assists thus far this season for the Hawks. Atlanta

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