Mikal Bridges

2018 NBA Draft Profile: Mikal Bridges

“When I was first able to play in elementary school, that’s when I started loving the game” – Mikal Bridges. The 6-foot-7 NBA prospect has come a long way loving the game of basketball. A 2x NCAA National Champion, Bridges has worked his way from the very beginning to become a potential lottery pick in

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international

Best NBA players from 2018 World Cup countries

The World Cup. The prestigious month-long festivity of soccer that highlights 32 of the world’s best soccer countries is now underway. These 32 countries will meet in Russia to fight for a chance to be crowned the champions of the world. Each country participating at the World Cup clearly boasts tremendous soccer talent, however, many of

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All-Rookie

2017-2018 NBA All-Rookie Snubs

Snubs. That word gets thrown around a fair amount this time of year. This term can be used when referring to candidates for league MVP, the selection of the All-Defensive team’s, Coach of the Year, etc. However, for the sake of this article, the word snub will be used to personify several notable rookies who were

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Jaylen Brown

The ascension of Jaylen Brown has given the Celtics a new ceiling

The storyline of the Celtics not having their star players in the playoffs has slowly faded because of their postseason success. Boston is still undefeated at home in these playoffs after taking a 2-0 series lead against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals on Tuesday night. Boston has excelled in the qualities a

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Al Horford

Al Horford is the Star No One Is Talking About

Because his game does not pop off of the screen, Al Horford has been underrated for the majority of his career. Some Boston fans were upset when Danny Ainge inked the five-time All-Star to a massive four-year $113 million deal to anchor the post position in the Garden. For anyone who needed validation of his talents

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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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Society Top 50: No. 30 Kevin Love

Name: Kevin Love Ranking: 30 Team: Cleveland Cavaliers 2016-2017 Regular Season General Stats: 19.0 PPG, 11.5 RPG, 2.4 APG, 0.9 SPG, 0.5 BPG, 43 FG%, 37.3 3PT%, 87.1 FT% 2016-2017 Regular Season Advanced Stats:  21.1 PER, .573 TS%, 6.4 WS, 1.7 OBPM, -0.9 DBPM, 1.3 VORP The Breakdown Kevin Love was the man in Minnesota before Karl-Anthony Towns came around.

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Mitchell Robinson

Mitchell Robinson Leaves Western Kentucky Yet Again

Former Class of 2017 high school star Mitchell Robinson, has left Western Kentucky yet again. His decision was made based on wanting to focus his efforts on training for the upcoming 2018 NBA Draft. Robinson told Scout.com: “I’ve decided to leave Western Kentucky and just focus on next year’s NBA Draft. I want to thank

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Hassan Whiteside

Society Top 50: No. 32 – Hassan Whiteside

Name: Hassan Whiteside Ranking: 32 Team: Miami Heat 2016-2017 Regular Season General Stats: 17.0 PPG, 14.1 RPG, 0.7 APG, 0.7 SPG, 2.1 BPG, 55.7 FG%, 62.8 FT% 2016-2017 Regular Season Advanced Stats: 22.6 PER, .579 TS%, 9.5 WS, -2.0 OBPM, 1.5 DBPM, 0.9 VORP The Breakdown: If you were to tell me back in the summer of 2012

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Marcus Bagley

Marcus Bagley Reminds Us There is Another Bagley to Worry About

With Marvin Bagley III reclassifying to the Class of 2017 and committing to Duke, we all know he has been on top of the High School Basketball world. Even with reclassifying, Marvin became the number one recruit for the Class of 2017 beating out Michael Porter Jr. The thing is Marvin isn’t the only one

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