Why Carmelo Anthony is still an elite NBA scorer

Is the art of the mid-range game dead? Are isolation players that can create their own shot no longer a commodity? Well, from recent memory we saw Kevin Durant put on an absolute clinic against the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 3 of the 2018 NBA Finals. He torched them even when his shots were heavily

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Allen Iverson didn’t trust his teammates as much as Tim Duncan did says former Spur, Sixer

Speedy Claxton Talked Allen Iverson and Tim Duncan on Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen!  Allen Iverson was probably one of the most entertaining players post-Jordan era. The crossover dribble on MJ before he retired for the second time is a classic AI moment. The eleven time All Star and 2001 league MVP

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NCAA’s new ruling is a PR blitz to protect themselves & shines light on NBA & basketball’s future

Basketball Society’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson talks NBA free agency on ESPN. Press Play Below To Listen!   Well…it’s about time! The NCAA got something right! Last week, the NCAA made drastic rule changes that now allow elite high school basketball players to be represented by agents that are NCAA certified. Additionally, top prospects who

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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 95: The New York Knicks are starting to have hope

2018 Atlantic Files Year in Review Episodes: Nets | Sixers | Raptors This week on the Atlantic Files Podcast, Alex Fischbein and Mike Bash are joined by Gregg Sussman of the FNTSY Sports Network. The Year in Review series takes another stop in New York to rehash the season that was for the New York Knicks.

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Trae Young

Can Trae Young become the fourth rookie ever to make 160 threes in one season?

Trae Young took the college basketball landscape by storm last season with his ability to shoot from anywhere on the floor. In one season at Oklahoma, Trae Young shot an eye-opening 328 three-pointers, while still maintaining a three-point percentage of 36%. Being only 6’2, weighing 180 lbs, and averaging nearly 31 ppg, his game reminded a

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Carmelo Anthony

Will Carmelo Anthony finally embrace a bench role in Houston?

Carmelo Anthony has officially signed his deal with the Houston Rockets, and immediately conversations began regarding what role Anthony should play with H-Town. Two of our writers agree that Anthony should look to come off the bench with Houston, despite the fact that he remains adamant that he’s still a starter. Strika: Last September, Carmelo

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James Harden

James Harden’s crossover on Clippers’ Wes Johnson left Mike D’Antoni laughing on bench

Houston Rockets assistant coach, Irv Roland checks in with Scoop B Radio’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson. Press Play Below To Listen!   As the NBA’s reigning MVP, James Harden made many fantastic plays throughout this year’s NBA season. One of the most dynamic players? Revert your mental Rolodex to February 28, 2018. The Houston Rockets vs.

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James Harden

LeBron James’ NBA season wasn’t better than James Harden’s says Houston Rockets coach

Houston Rockets assistant coach, Irv Roland checks in with Scoop B Radio’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson. Press Play Below To Listen!   LeBron James had an awesome NBA season where he led the Cleveland Cavaliers in a multitude of statistical categories and carried his team to the NBA Finals. Some argue that James was the

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Golden State Warriors don’t make NBA Finals if Chris Paul plays game 7, says Houston Rockets coach

Houston Rockets assistant coach, Irv Roland checks in with Scoop B Radio’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson. Press Play Below To Listen!  Chris Paul missed Game 7 of the NBA’s Western Conference Finals against the Golden State Warriors with a strained hamstring. Had he played, one Houston Rockets assistant coach, believes that the Warriors would not

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Philadelphia 76ers, Zhaire Smith

The Process Disciples: Zhaire Smith, Jamal Crawford, and the Philadelphia 76ers offseason

Here we are again, another offseason where the top draft pick of the Philadelphia 76ers has gotten injured and a lot of Philly fans are wondering why more moves weren’t made. Zhaire Smith was starting to show some promising flashes in Summer League, and he was preparing to show the Philly faithful that he was

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