Collin Sexton NBA

The disrespect by NBA teams has to stop

Parting ways with a good thing is hard. Anyone who’s been in a relationship and has dealt with a break up that they didn’t want to see happen knows this feeling. Missing a good thing is hard. I get it! But the actions from a few of these NBA organizations are starting to look like

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Philadelphia Sixers

Process Disciples Roundtable: To the surprise of many, Zhaire Smith is a Sixers

After fans thought hometown hero Mikal Bridges was staying local after being drafted by the Sixers at No. 10 overall, the franchise made a massive trade on draft night that sent Bridges to the Phoenix Suns for the No. 16 pick Zhaire Smith and a 2021 first-rounder from the Miami Heat. Brett Brown was quoted

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Bruce Bowen Kawhi Leonard

Bruce Bowen is not helping the Kawhi Leonard situation

Will he stay or will he get traded? The discussion of Kawhi Leonard has been rampant and all over the place in the past couple of weeks. Much has been made of Leonard’s request and there are a few people who are unhappy about it, one being Bruce Bowen. In a recent interview with SiriusXM

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Phoenix Suns’ Josh Jackson says Sixers’ Ben Simmons is NOT a rookie  

Phoenix Suns’ Josh Jackson told Scoop B Radio that Sixers’ Ben Simmons ‘by definition’ is not a rookie. Press Play Below to Listen! The Philadelphia 76ers and the Phoenix Suns are inseparable these days. At Thursday’s NBA Draft, the Sixers shipped hometown kid and Villanova product, Mikal Bridges to the Phoenix Suns in exchange for

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Moritz Wagner Lakers

The Lakers filled some key necessities in last night’s draft

Magic Johnson and Rob Pelinka have seemed to hit their stride when it comes to the NBA Draft. Last year they got two steals late in draft snagging All-Rookie team member Kyle Kuzma and Josh Hart. This year, they’ve seemed to hit the nail on the head again, tackling some of the Lakers roster needs.

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How does fit and opportunity affect this NBA Draft class?

Why isn’t there enough weight put on fit an opportunity when discussing the careers of young talent? We discuss the play on the court and the numbers that coincide with that but we often never discuss their situation. Following the first few months after the NBA season begins, we start to critique the rookies and

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Stephen Curry Basketball Training

Basketball is more than personal training

It seems that basketball training has become a hot commodity over the last couple of years. While it’s something that’s not new, sharing and displaying workouts via social media has been the new thing. We’ve seen trainers get very innovative making players perform new moves to try and expand their game. Some of it I

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Schmidt Talking Power Rankings: Jaylen Adams NBA Workouts

**Schmidt Talking Podcast host Kyle Allan contributed to this article.** St. Bonaventure Bonnies point guard Jaylen Adams brought major attention to the program throughout his college basketball career. He joined a senior class that won the most total games in school history and led his team to two postseason tournaments. His senior year, he led

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Kawhi Leonard and LeBron James

Would Kawhi Leonard put the Cavaliers over Golden State?

We’re only ten days removed from the NBA Finals and free agency is already in a frenzy. Word spread that Kawhi Leonard wanted out of San Antonio with aims at Los Angeles and that just got the ball rolling. All of the trade scenarios and where he could possibly end up has been the talk

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Markelle Fultz

Summer League should be a must for Markelle Fultz

With the NBA Summer League approaching, it will be an opportunity for rookies and undrafted free agents to showcase their talents in front of fans, coaches, and upper management of the respective franchise they will be representing in Las Vegas. Thankfully, for Markelle Fultz, second-year players are eligible to play in the Summer League to

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