Blake Griffin

Blake Griffin as the centerpiece for a new Clippers era

Blake Griffin couldn’t wait to play with Chris Paul. After being led by Paul for six seasons, the Clippers became the latest victim of losing an All-Star to free agency. Fortunately, Paul made them aware of his decision beforehand. The Clippers were able to make a trade with the Houston Rockets that landed them some

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Los Angeles Lakers Playoffs: Possible?

The Los Angeles Lakers playoff hopes have been nothing but a hope lately. Ever since Dwight Howard’s departure and Kobe Bryant’s last dominant season, the Lakers have yet to sniff the playoffs. Lottery trip after lottery trip has been the recurrent theme for the once elite Lakers, as they have just lacked the talent to

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1 Family (Showtime) Hoops

Catching Up with Coach Darryl Hardin from Team 1 Family (Showtime) Hoops

Team 1 Family (Showtime) Hoops is a making national noise on the Adidas AAU Circuit. With top players on their 17u team like Nassir Little, Ronaldo Segu, and Amanze Ngumezi highlight tapes are becoming a regular. We just labeled Nassir Little as one of the hottest recruiting names on the market. I spoke with Co-Founder/Coach

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Brooklyn Nets

Brooklyn Nets slowly rising to relevance

It may come as a surprise to some or might even comedic that the Brooklyn Nets are on the rise. After all, finishing at or near the bottom of the NBA for the last few years, there is only room for improvement. Sometimes all it takes a franchise to turn around on its head is

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Markelle Fultz

The Process Disciples: Free Agency and Summer League Fun

Our very own section of Philadelphia 76ers faithful is back again to talk about The Process. This time, we have already gotten to see a glimpse of what Markelle Fultz may be able to do, and some free agents have been signed. JJ Redick and Amir Johnson are on their way to the City of

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Where do the Utah Jazz go from here?

The Utah Jazz had their fair share of ups and downs this offseason. After getting swept by the eventual champion Golden State Warriors, they have experienced two players leave due to free agency, most notably, Gordon Hayward. The other was George Hill, who signed a three-year contract with the Sacramento Kings. With these two big names

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How to assemble a Boston Celtics super team

The Boston Celtics finished the 2017 NBA regular season as the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference, but lost to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Conference Finals. The Cavaliers breezed to the NBA Finals, but the Celtics’ one win in Cleveland proved Brad Stevens’ system can compete with the NBA’s elite with the right

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Joel Embiid, Philadelphia 76ers

Sixers fans can finally say “The Process” is complete

It’s an anxious feeling when it comes to the 2017 NBA Draft for a fan like myself. As a Sixer faithful, I have been dragged through one of the most ridiculed and scrutinized tanking efforts that professional sports has ever seen. It has truly been a rollercoaster ride. June of 2013: I knew the Sixers were

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The Boston Celtics continue to be brilliant

We all knew that the Boston Celtics had to make a choice this offseason. On the heels of an anti-climactic loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals, Danny Ainge and Co. inherited the No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming NBA Draft. Ever since the Brooklyn Nets sold their souls to Boston

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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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