BIG3

BIG3 Roundtable: Playoff Predictions and Expectations

With the BIG3 Playoffs slated to start in Dallas, Texas this Friday, several members of the Society gathered for a roundtable discussion on their championship favorites, which player will prove to be the biggest X-factor in the postseason and the coach they trust the most. Our participants are: Ryan Calpin (@calpinr_) Aram Cannuscio (@AC_Unit_) Justin

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Philadelphia 76ers, Zhaire Smith

The Process Disciples: Zhaire Smith, Jamal Crawford, and the Philadelphia 76ers offseason

Here we are again, another offseason where the top draft pick of the Philadelphia 76ers has gotten injured and a lot of Philly fans are wondering why more moves weren’t made. Zhaire Smith was starting to show some promising flashes in Summer League, and he was preparing to show the Philly faithful that he was

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Kawhi Leonard

Roundtable: Reacting to the Kawhi Leonard, DeMar DeRozan trade

After seeing Kawhi Leonard’s highly publicized saga with the San Antonio Spurs come to an end via a trade to the Toronto Raptors for DeMar DeRozan, several members of the Society gathered for a roundtable discussion dissecting the trade, it’s repercussions and what it means for both franchises going forward. Our participants are: BJ Boyer

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LeBron James

LeBron James as a Laker: Thoughts on aftermath, Kobe, chemistry, LaVar, and more

The NBA landscape experienced another seismic shift with LeBron James now taking his talents to the Los Angeles Lakers. Two of our editors and resident Laker fans share reactions and thoughts on what’s to come with LeBron in LA. Martin Soaries (@Marsoaries) BJ Boyer (@wcb94) Martin to BJ: The first thing I need to know

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NBA Draft

2018 NBA Draft Roundtable

The NBA is about to inherit their next crop of rookies on Thursday night. The Phoenix Suns, Sacramento Kings, and Atlanta Hawks have the top three picks. Check out our roundtable with thoughts from some of our writers on the prospects in the draft. Randy King Felix John-Baptiste Alfonso De Falco Evan Anderson Martin Soaries

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Kawhi Leonard

Roundtable: Reactions to Kawhi Leonard’s reported trade request

After a stream of recent speculation, it’s been reported that Kawhi Leonard is requesting a trade from the San Antonio Spurs. Leonard played just nine games this past season due to a quad injury. The circumstances of his process for recovery enticed a tension between Leonard and the Spurs over the course of the season,

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Golden State

2018 NBA Finals Roundtable: Warriors-Cavs Part 4

It’s part four of the Warriors/Cavs NBA Finals saga. Welcome to our roundtable. Participants: Antonio Losada – @chapulana Kyle Allan – @kallan441 Evan Anderson – @Jordanian21 Felix John-Baptiste – @twosmooth2 1. What’s the no. 1 thing you’ll be watching for in this edition of Cavs/Warriors? Antonio: Cleveland’s second unit–everybody but LeBron–performance,  because I want to know if

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Western Conference Finals

2018 NBA Western Conference Finals Roundtable

After what has been a fun NBA Playoffs so far, we’re finally being treated to the Conference Finals matchup we’ve been so eagerly awaiting. The Houston Rockets and Golden State Warriors will duke it out for Western Conference supremacy, and more importantly a trip to the NBA Finals. We’ve gathered several writers for a roundtable

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Eastern Conference Finals

2018 NBA Eastern Conference Finals Roundtable

The Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers are set to clash to decide who will represent the East in the 2018 NBA Finals. Both teams have overcome adversity and public doubt to reach the brink of basketball’s ultimate contest. We got some of our writers together to discuss this series and the journey both franchises took

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NBA Playoffs

2018 NBA Playoffs: Eastern Conference Roundtable

The NBA Playoffs are upon us and there are plenty of storylines to follow entering the opening weekend. The Eastern Conference despite being home to LeBron James is traditionally seen as the inferior half of the Association. However, the Philadelphia 76ers surprised everyone by jumping to the 3rd seed and winning more games than the

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