Towns, Covington Rejuvenating Timberwolves after Butler Trade

Most teams spend years looking to acquire an All-NBA talent, whether it be through the draft, free agency, or via trade. In the Timberwolves’ case, they spent months looking to get rid of one. The Jimmy Butler saga during the summer was one of the most interesting story-lines to develop and had Minnesota looking like

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Magic Johnson Needs to Fight LeBron on Melo Signing

LeBron James would like banana boat buddy Carmelo Anthony to join forces with him in LA, sources have told The Athletic. Source: LeBron James interested in Carmelo Anthony joining the Lakers @TheAthleticNBA https://t.co/v5hDhkYbaS — Joe Vardon (@joevardon) December 7, 2018 The Los Angeles Lakers have won 11 of their last 14 games en route to a

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Joel Embiid

Resting Joel Embiid Should Be 76ers First Priority

One year ago, we were wondering if Joel Embiid would ever overcome his injury problems and become the dominant force he flashed so many times two years ago. He had minutes restrictions, never played a back-to-back, and would rest during random games throughout the year. This frustrated the “if he can play, let him play”

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Philadelphia 76ers

Quick Hits: Surging 76ers and the New Look Bench

The 76ers began the week at 14-8 and won all three of their contests to improve to 17-8. Let’s run through some quick hits: Surging 76ers: The 76ers are hot right now. They have won four straight, and eight of their last nine. They have the best home record in the NBA and are now sitting

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Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave: Lakers quarterly grades and headlines

Welcome to Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave, a subjective Lakers-related column where our resident Lakers fans answer a series of questions regarding the Purple & Gold. For this edition of TMW, we discuss the grades for some of the Lakers in the 2018-2019 season as we have reached the quarter-way mark of the season as well as the

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A Night The Boston Celtics Have Been Patiently Waiting For

It’s been a tough start to Gordon Hayward’s career with the Boston Celtics. He suffered a fractured tibia and dislocated ankle on opening night last season and missed the rest of season. After a full year to rehab, it was clear he still wasn’t 100 percent. Hayward struggled to score in the first month and

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Fisch’s Friday Rant S4E1: Dwight Howard what is you doing?

Subscribe to Basketball Society on YouTube Fisch’s Friday Rant is back with episode one of season number four! Hard to believe it has been four years since I first sat in front of a webcam looking like an amateur just to rant for all of you guys. Whether you really wanted me to rant or

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Carmelo Anthony

Would the BIG3 be such a horrendous option for Carmelo Anthony?

There’s no easy way to talk about Carmelo Anthony right now. No, he should not just retire. Yes, he can still hoop. And yes, many of us still want to watch him play. But as it stands, no NBA team is showing signs of pursuing the 10-time All-Star since his short time with the Houston

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markelle fultz

The Process Disciples: Fultz Saga Continues, Boston’s Struggles

Since our last edition of the Process Disciples, Markelle Fultz wants to and also doesn’t want to play for the 76ers, is healthy and also isn’t healthy, has a shoulder injury and also has a wrist injury, and… did I miss anything? I’m not even sure what I’m saying at this point which is just

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Eric Paschall

Eric Paschall needs to step it up for Villanova

Eric Paschall is the clear leader of this new look Villanova Wildcats team. They’ve lost Jalen Brunson, Donte DiVincenzo, Omari Spellman, and Mikal (Good call Vuhoops) from last year’s team and have struggled to find their groove early on in the season with them now gone. Villanova is 5-2 on the young season with a

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