Kawhi Leonard

Kawhi Leonard, Jimmy Butler, Gordon Hayward will all rest on Saturday

Three of the best players in the NBA will rest on Saturday. Toronto Raptors star Kawhi Leonard, Minnesota Timberwolves small forward Jimmy Butler, and Boston Celtics swingman Gordon Hayward will not play Saturday due to precautionary rest. Minnesota has decided to rest Jimmy Butler tonight in Dallas … second night of a back-to-back — Marc

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Markelle Fultz

It’s time for Sixers fans to stop comparing Markelle Fultz to Jayson Tatum

By: Max Mangigian It’s been less than a week and I am already done with the constant Jayson Tatum and Markelle Fultz comparisons. As a Sixers fan, I recognize that the Sixers have made their fair share of mistakes recently. Personally, I was against the trade that saw Boston and Philadelphia swap picks for the

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Charles Barkley: “One and Done Players Hurt The NBA”

The “one and done” rule has been a long standing issue within the NBA for quite a few years now. The NBA and National Basketball Players Association are still struggling to reach an agreement on lowering the league’s minimum age to 18, in order to eliminate the amount of one and done players in the league.

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Trae Young

Case Study: What happened to Trae Young?

Trae Young was one of the best college basketball players in the nation last year, without a doubt. That’s why he was selected with the 5th pick in the NBA Draft this year and is now the face of the Atlanta Hawks franchise. Trae Young is a baller, don’t get it twisted. BUT At a

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Derrick Rose is a “top” NBA PG says Bulls’ Jabari Parker

Chicago Bulls forward, Jabari Parker talks Derrick Rose with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson via Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen! Derrick Rose has found his fit with the Minnesota Timberwolves. Last night, Rose notched 12 points, nine assists and four rebounds in the Minnesota Timberwolves’ 131-123 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. The youngest

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Stephen Curry

Higher efficiency and more space from Stephen Curry is a problem for the NBA

Stephen Curry is the last player that the NBA wants to see get better. One of the best players on the best team in the league only means that if he gets better, they get better as a collective. Not to mention, he plays alongside Kevin Durant who’s a problem in his own right. Three

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 103: Toronto Raptors could win the division

Subscribe to The Atlantic Files on Apple Podcasts || Subscribe to Basketball Society NBA basketball is finally back! The first regular season episode of The Atlantic Files is also here! Mike and Alex are here to break down what happened in the opening week and to give some serious thoughts on the Toronto Raptors. The

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Markelle Fultz on Philly’s support: “It makes me want to play harder for them”

When you take a look at a stat sheet of the past two Sixers games, most of your attention will be drawn to the number of Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons, but putting up stellar numbers in their first two performances, with Simmons having a triple-double in just his second game of the season. One

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Bulls’ Zach LaVine after scoring 30 points in opener: ‘I feel I’m back to myself’

The Chicago Bulls got blown out by the Philadelphia 76ers Thursday night on the road in their season-opener, losing by a final score of 127-108. The one bright spot for the Bulls was the play of starting shooting guard Zach LaVine, who scored 30 points while shooting 11-of-19 from the field, 2-of-7 from beyond the

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It’s only one game, but the Pelicans have the potential to be scary good

The New Orleans Pelicans showed flashes of potential in an opening night beatdown of the Houston Rockets. Anthony Davis and company went into Houston and won 131-112 as they couldn’t be stopped all night. While the night was supposed to be about how the new look Rockets would perform, it was Anthony Davis who stole

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