Los Angeles Clippers

The Los Angeles Clippers were clear winners on Draft Day

The Los Angeles Clippers entered Draft Day yesterday with 0 picks in hand. With Jerry West alongside Doc Rivers, they changed that fact. The Clippers ended up buying the Philadelphia 76ers’ 39th pick and the Milwaukee Bucks’ 48th pick to select Jawun Evans and Sindarius Thornwell. Both of thse talented young men had a chance

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2017 NBA Draft

2017 NBA Draft: Full List of Selections & Trades

1. Markelle Fultz – Philadelphia 76ers 2. Lonzo Ball – Los Angeles Lakers 3. Jayson Tatum – Boston Celtics 4. Josh Jackson – Phoenix Suns 5. De’Aaron Fox – Sacramento Kings 6. Jonathan Isaac – Orlando Magic 7. Lauri Markkanen – Chicago Bulls (*by way of Minnesota) * Bulls trade Jimmy Butler to the Timberwolves

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Charlotte Hornets, Dwight Howard

What has Dwight Howard’s value become?

“I’m happy to be home,” said Dwight Howard during his Atlanta Hawks introductory press conference last July. “I know I am in a totally different place physically, mentally and spiritually than I was three years ago. This is a really new beginning for me. I’m happy to share it with my loved ones,” Howard continued

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Joel Embiid, Philadelphia 76ers

Sixers fans can finally say “The Process” is complete

It’s an anxious feeling when it comes to the 2017 NBA Draft for a fan like myself. As a Sixer faithful, I have been dragged through one of the most ridiculed and scrutinized tanking efforts that professional sports has ever seen. It has truly been a rollercoaster ride. June of 2013: I knew the Sixers were

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Trade Targets for the Boston Celtics

The Boston Celtics enter the 2017 NBA offseason loaded with tradable assets. They already swapped first-round picks with the Philadelphia 76ers and acquired another future draft pick in return. With potentially seven first-round picks through 2020, the Celtics won’t have enough space on the roster to keep all of those picks. It’s time for Danny

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Over and Under: The 2000 NBA Draft

The NBA Draft is a gamble from the number one overall selection, down to “Mr. Irrelevant” No. 60. Every time during the draft or even in the offseason everyone looks at the big draft busts or steals that took place in years past. Here at Basketball Society, I’ve decided to do something a little different.

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Knicks Notes: Trade Talks and Draft Picks

The Now How did we get here? Well, after a super disappointing season, we followed it up with more trade talk surrounding TWO of our best players. Kristaps Porzingis is now reportedly in the mix. A move of this magnitude would sum up the history of the organization. It would be the epitome of a

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Jimmy Butler, Chicago Bulls

Jimmy Butler may want to re-think staying with the Chicago Bulls

Jimmy Butler has been in the middle of a few trade possibilities as of late. Mainly trades featuring the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Boston Celtics. There was a slight possibility of him joining forces with LeBron James and Kyrie Irving, who he played with in Rio in last summer’s Olympics, to contend with the juggernaut

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Paul George, Indiana Pacers

Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave: Paul George, D’Angelo Russell, and summer madness

Welcome to the Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave, a subjective Lakers-related column where our resident Laker fans answer a series of questions regarding the Purple & Gold. This edition features discussion centered around the Paul George saga and the NBA Draft. Our participants for this edition are: Ralph Cortes (@ralphjc0) B.J. Boyer (@wcboyer24) DJ Allen (@DJAllen23) 1. The

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The Boston Celtics continue to be brilliant

We all knew that the Boston Celtics had to make a choice this offseason. On the heels of an anti-climactic loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals, Danny Ainge and Co. inherited the No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming NBA Draft. Ever since the Brooklyn Nets sold their souls to Boston

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