Allonzo Trier

Keep An Eye On Allonzo Trier This Season

During the NBA preseason, several young players stood out. Luka Doncic throwing on-point passes, DeAndre Ayton consistently protecting the rim on defense, and Miles Bridges finishing powerful dunks. However, another young player who discretely stood out in the preseason was Allonzo Trier. Allonzo Trier is an undrafted rookie but played for the New York Knicks

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Preseason NBA Yearly Award Predictions

Today marks the end of one of the wildest NBA summers in recent memory. What better time to skip the contents of the entire regular season and just get to the end and give out some trophies! Last year’s award races featured James Harden getting the annual “look we can’t just give LeBron everything” MVP

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Markelle Fultz

Markelle Fultz starting open night in place of JJ Redick

For a player that faced some of the biggest scrutiny we have ever seen for a rookie, Markelle Fultz has come a long way since the end of the ’17-’18 season. He had a lot of hard work to be done to recalibrate his jump shot after working through a shoulder injury he sustained during his

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Jamal Crawford

Phoenix Suns sign Jamal Crawford to one-year deal

Veteran shooting guard Jamal Crawford is signing a one-year, $2.4 million deal with the Phoenix Suns. Crawford played last season with the Minnesota Timberwolves but declined his 2018-19 player-option with the team. Crawford is signing a one-year deal paying $2.4 million. — Marc J. Spears (@MarcJSpearsESPN) October 15, 2018 In 80 regular season games

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NBA All-Time Draft

Basketball Society NBA All-Time Draft

Basketball Society decided to conduct an NBA All-Time draft to see who could put together the best team. We need your help to decide who has the best team, so:   PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO THE BOTTOM TO CAST YOUR VOTE!!! YOU ARE ALLOWED 1 VOTE PER DAY.   [The number in parentheses was the

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Ben Simmons

Sixers’ Ben Simmons should focus on being PG, not a shooter, says retired NBA player Mikki Moore

In an era where everyone shoots three-pointers, Philadelphia 76ers All Star, Ben Simmons ain’t in that conversation. An athletic 6’10 point guard, Simmons executes the daunting task of balancing otherworldly playmaking skills while also defending some of the best swingmen in the NBA’s Eastern Conference. “Jump-shot shaming” Simmons has been ‘a thing mainly, well because

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Sixers Playoff game with Meek Mill courtside became possible thanks to Rev. Al Sharpton, says rapper’s lawyer, Joseph Tacopina 

On April 24, 2018, Meek Mill was freed from a Chester, PA jail, pending the outcome of his appeal to the Pennsylvania supreme court. Hours after his release, Meek Mill flew from Chester, PA to the Wells Fargo Center in South South Philadelphia to watch game 5 of the Philadelphia 76ers and Miami Heat’s Eastern

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Vince Carter

Vince Carter’s Toronto Raptors return before retiring would be “lovely” says former Nets teammate

At 41, Vince Carter is now the OLDEST player in the NBA! That’s just crazy. This season marks Carter’s 21st season in the league. Now a member of the Atlanta Hawks, Carter is playing for a team that is being built around rookie point guard, Trae Young, rising small forward, Taurean Prince and second-year player,

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Russell Westbrook

Scottie Pippen says Russell Westbrook will ‘come back better’ from knee injury

Chicago Bulls legend and NBA Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen says Oklahoma City Thunder star point guard Russell Westbrook will be an even better player once he returns from his knee injury. Westbrook underwent surgery on his right knee on Sept. 12 and was just re-evaluated by doctors this past Wednesday. It was the fourth procedure Westbrook

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Gary Vitti

Lakers’ ex-trainer, Gary Vitti discusses Kobe, MJ, LeBron, Kareem & Magic on Scoop B Radio

Former Los Angeles Lakers athletic trainer, Gary Vitti checks in with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson on the Scoop B Radio Podcast. Press Play Below To Listen! Gary Vitti is about as synonymous with the Los Angeles Lakers basketball as peanut butter is with jelly. It just works! For 32 years, Vitti has been part of 12 Lakers

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