Richard Hamilton

Mid-Range Mondays: Richard Hamilton

With the three ball being so popular and analytics telling you the mid-range jumper is a bad shot, the mid-range game is nearly extinct so the Basketball Society will be bringing you “Mid-Range Mondays” where we highlight players who perfected operating in the mid-range area. Check out last week’s edition that featured Carmelo Anthony! In

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Mid-Range Mondays: Carmelo Anthony

With the three ball being so popular and analytics telling you the mid-range jumper is a bad shot, the mid-range game is nearly extinct so the Basketball Society will be bringing you “Mid-Range Mondays” where we highlight players who perfected operating in the mid-range area.  Our first mid-range perfectionist is none other than Carmelo Anthony.

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Defending At The Waist In The Paint

Good defense isn’t always appreciated. If you turn on the television to watch highlights of a game, you’ll often just see stellar offensive plays. Once in a while, you’ll see some great defensive plays, but they’ll usually just be extravagant blocks. Because of this, kids today are trying too hard to get big blocks instead

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Early March 2016 NBA Mock Draft

1.) Philadelphia 76ers: SF Ben Simmons School: LSU, Height:6-10, Weight: 240 The Philadelphia 76ers are in need of a franchise player. Ben Simmons is the closest thing to that in the 2016 NBA Draft. He has great passing skills and has the strength to finish with contact. His shot is inconsistent, but still finds ways

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San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder, Kawhi Leonard, Kevin Durant

“Don’t Get Discouraged”, motto of great defense in the NBA

  I was scrolling through my Twitter timeline when I stumbled across an Adi Joseph piece for Sporting News that Tony Allen retweeted.  Allen was gifted a pair of Nike Kobe 11’s from Mr. Bryant himself, and on the shoe it read, “To Tony, the best defender I ever faced!” Salute ✊ @kobebryant #Respect ?

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VIDEO: Marc Gasol post move highlights vs. Hawks

VIDEO: Marc Gasol post move highlights vs. Hawks Memphis took a loss to the best in the East Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday. Marc Gasol played without his front court mate Zach Randolph but gave us some nifty post work to fall back on. First, Gasol on the right block against Millsap. He takes a couple

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Strap City: Tony Allen

Tony Allen, one of the best perimeter defenders in the NBA. Go ahead and think that that’s not a true statement. Once you watch one game though, he will prove you wrong. He’s a gritty player and Memphis loves him for it. He embodies the kind of attitude you want from a player. Sure, he

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