Charlotte Hornets, Dwight Howard

What has Dwight Howard’s value become?

“I’m happy to be home,” said Dwight Howard during his Atlanta Hawks introductory press conference last July. “I know I am in a totally different place physically, mentally and spiritually than I was three years ago. This is a really new beginning for me. I’m happy to share it with my loved ones,” Howard continued

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Paul George

The Curious Case of Paul George

When the 2016-2017 trade deadline approached, late rumors of Paul George being shopped by the Indiana Pacers made the NBA world sit up in their seats. As you may have been able to tell by now, those rumors were just what they were labeled as: rumors. However, with the NBA Draft right around the corner teams may

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Donovan Mitchell Scouting Report

Date of Birth; September 7, 1996 Position: Shooting Guard College: Louisville  Measurements: 6’3″, 210 Ibs Strengths: Donovan Mitchell excels on defense. He possesses a 6’10” wingspan and a physical frame allowing him to lockdown opposing guards. His quick feet and active hands allowed him to average 2.1 steals per game last season. When he’s at his best, his defense

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Carmelo Anthony

What’s Next For Carmelo Anthony?

Lost in the drama of the NBA Finals are the fates of players in the rapidly approaching free agency and NBA Draft. Carmelo Anthony, the much-maligned All-Star is at a crossroads with the New York Knicks. What happens next can shape the destiny of both parties in dramatic ways. Though not in his prime, the

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Klay Thompson: Ice Cold but still a Difference Maker

Klay Thompson is a premier shooter in this league. That’s a no-brainer. The other half of the Splash Brothers once again finished second in the league in three-pointers made in the regular season. Klay Thompson’s scoring barrages have shown us how proficient he is from deep. We’ve seen him score 60 points in 29 minutes

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Steph Curry

Steph Curry Playoffs: The MVP is Still Proving Doubters Wrong

Stephen Curry, despite the accolades he has to show for, has been a subject of criticism even before his rise to superstardom. His subpar performance in the previous Finals didn’t help his cause either, as people started questioning whether Steph Curry belongs in that tier of the elite. Such a claim never seemed so preposterous,

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Fonzy’s Top 10 2017 NBA Free Agents: Shooting Guards

A few days ago, I made my top 10 free agent point guards heading into the NBA Offseason. Today, I will be ranking my top 10 free agent shooting guards. 10. Vince Carter Team: Memphis Grizzlies Type of FA: Unrestricted 2016-2017 season stats: 8.0 points, 3.1 rebounds & 1.8 assists Vince Carter has said that

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Paul George

Paul George Pacers Future: Time to move on?

Paul George Pacers.  It’s a phrase that’s currently in question, as the Paul George Pacers tenure could all end during the offseason. Paul George Pacers may very well be Paul George Lakers by the end of the offseason. Either way, it could be very different.  The All-Star wing has spent his entire career thus far

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Fonzy’s Top 10 2017 NBA Free Agents: Point Guards

I know we are in the NBA Playoffs but it is never too early to look at the upcoming free agents in the 2017 NBA Offseason. I will be looking at the top 10 free agents of each position. First up, the top 10 free agent point guards, in my opinion. 10. Yogi Ferrell Team:

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Kawhi Leonard

2017 NBA Playoffs: The controversially heavy workload of Kawhi Leonard

It was long foretold by Gregg Popovich that the Spurs would one day be Kawhi Leonard’s team. As his Hall of Fame colleagues digressed, with Tim Duncan already in retirement, Kawhi has undergone the most intriguing individual evolution of any NBA star in the last five years. These are not the San Antonio Spurs of just

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