Basketball Society NBA Mock Draft 2.0 – Pre-Draft Combine

Here is Basketball Society’s 2nd version of their Mock Draft for this upcoming NBA Draft: (You can view the 1st version of the Mock here: )   1. Phoenix Suns – Luka Doncic – G/F, International 2. Sacramento Kings – DeAndre Ayton – C, Arizona 3. Atlanta Hawks – Mo Bamba – C, Texas 4. Memphis

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Houston Rockets

Do the Rockets need to change their offensive approach to beat the Warriors?

After dropping Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals to the Golden State Warriors 119-106 despite a 41-point, seven-assist outburst from James Harden, much has been made about the Houston Rockets’ offensive approach, which favors heavy doses of isolation from both Harden and backcourt mate Chris Paul. After embracing this system all season long, should

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Cleveland Cavaliers

After two big punches, how will the Cavs respond to the Celtics holding serve at home?

The only people that legitimately thought the Boston Celtics would be up 2-0 against the three-time defending Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers were the members of the Celtics organization. After going down by as many as 11 points in the first half, the Celtics held the Cavs to 39 second-half points en route to a

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Terry Rozier

Terry Rozier’s price continues to go up

Over this past winter break, I often found myself in my friend Charlie’s basement, with a bottle of Captain Morgan and a two liter of Coca-Cola in tow. My friend ACJ would usually join us for a night that featured music ranging from Madonna to Onyx blaring out of my Sonos Play 1, strong mixed

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LeBron James

What should we expect from LeBron James in Game 2 against Boston?

LeBron James was unusually quiet in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Boston Celtics on Sunday and as a result, the Cleveland Cavaliers suffered a 108-83 loss. James finished with 15 points on 5-16 shooting, allowing Boston to secure a 1-0 series lead with the victory. History tells us James is due

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It’s time to accept the truth about the Golden State Warriors

Ever since the Warriors begun blitzing the entire NBA on their way to a 73-win season and two championships in the span of three years, it seems as if we’ve been eager to pounce on any opportunity that emerges to christen a team as the one that can finally dispatch of Golden State. On Monday night in

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10-Day: 10 of the best G-League call-ups this season

Welcome everyone to the first post in the ’10-Day’ series. What this is is that every 10 days, I will be posting NBA G-League content. Whether it is news, opinions, lists or recaps from the season, you will be able to find it here. In the first year as the newly named NBA G-League, we

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Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony as the sixth-man could be the best situation for him

This season for the Oklahoma City Thunder was an obvious letdown. They added two pieces in Paul George and Carmelo Anthony in hopes of a championship run but they fell short. They only saw a one win improvement from the previous season and they also suffered a first-round loss to the Utah Jazz. However, the

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Victor Oladipo

Victor Oladipo is already thinking about getting better

Victor Oladipo is not satisfied. Coming off of a Game 7 loss, his mindset is already on taking his next step up. Most people would be worried about vacation and taking some time off but Oladipo is all about getting back to work. Oladipo took the game by storm this season, elevating his game and

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Giannis Antetokounmpo

Kevin Durant’s Advice to Giannis? “Play for Yourself”

This discussion won’t seriously heat up until 2020, but Giannis Antetokounmpo is already getting free agency advice. Last summer after inking a four year $100 million deal in 2016, the Greek Freek sent out a tweet to end any speculation of his intent once his shiny new contract was up:   I got loyalty inside

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