NBA

VIDEO: Kawhi Leonard, Kevin Durant have an epic duel in Toronto

Kevin Durant and Kawhi Leonard duked it out in an epic battle that resulted in a 131-128 overtime victory for Leonard’s Toronto Raptors on Thursday night, a matchup that could potentially be what we see in the NBA Finals come June. Leonard finished with a season-high 37 points, while Durant posted a monstrous 51-point, 11-rebound,

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Just My Take: Carmelo Anthony Done?

Everything was lined up for Carmelo Anthony a few months ago. Ditched by the Thunder after underperforming last season, Melo headed to a Houston Rockets team that was 27 consecutive missed threes away from an NBA finals birth. For the Rockets, Melo was ideally going to be “Olympic Melo,” a legendary figure that appeared in

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Stephen Curry

Just My Take: Stephen Curry Heading For Top 5?

The other night we all watched Stephen Curry remind us that despite the Jimmy Butler saga or the Lakers/Rockets fight, the most electrifying event in basketball today is still in the Bay Area. With so much going on in the offseason, many missed reports that Curry actually spent the summer working on his shooting, and

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Sixers

Simmons, Fultz Show Off as Sixers Defeat Melbourne

Friday night the 76ers hosted the NBL’s Melbourne United for their first preseason action of the season. With the team’s Blue and White scrimmage postponed on Tuesday due to inclimate weather conditions, there were a number of questions that had their answers delayed until Friday. Here are some takeaways from the first sample of 2018-19

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Karl Towns

Karl-Anthony Towns, Sr. hosts 5K Run with UNCF in New Jersey

The weekend has been good to anyone with the name Karl Anthony Towns. Yesterday, the Minnesota Timberwolves’ Karl Anthony Towns, Jr., agreed to sign a 5-year extension with the T-Wolves. “5 More” pic.twitter.com/aBRVJJBvdh — Karl-Anthony Towns (@KarlTowns) September 23, 2018 Also yesterday, his father Karl Anthony Towns, Sr. hosted a huge 5K Walk/Run in support

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Just My Take: Jimmy Butler Trade Request

At some point, Jimmy Butler is going to have to decide what he wants. After multiple reports of having issues with teammates in Chicago and more of the same in Minnesota, Butler will reportedly be on the move yet again in search of a culture that he can appreciate. My confusion is that if he

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Carmelo Anthony

Just My Take: Carmelo Anthony Might Work In Houston

The X-Factor for the Houston Rockets this year is the attitude of Carmelo Anthony. The future Hall of Famer has to be willing to adapt his game in order for both sides to enjoy success. Melo looks like he’s ready to put in work for the Rockets this season. 👀👀 (via: ChrisJohnsonHoops/IG) pic.twitter.com/EVusyYvzeT — Basketball

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Lakers

Just My Take: The Lakers Won’t Make the Playoffs?

According to ESPN, the Los Angeles Lakers will not be making the playoffs this year. This season's projected playoff teams don't include the new-look Lakers. pic.twitter.com/TeqYtD3or6 — ESPN (@espn) August 3, 2018 Now the people who work for ESPN work in sports for a living so on their part I’m going to assume that there

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BIG3

Glen “Big Baby” Davis Shares Emotional Experience of Depression Before Joining BIG3

Over the weekend the BIG3 concluded their second season with team Power winning the championship against 3’s Company at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Led by head coach Nancy Lieberman and former NBA-ers like Cuttino Mobley, league MVP Corey Maggette, and Glen “Big Baby Davis”, the team’s postgame presser after the championship game was full

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BIG3

Basketball Society Interviews Fans in Brooklyn About the BIG3

With the BIG3 championship coming up in Brooklyn this Friday night, we talked to some people around Barclays Center about what they know and enjoy about the league in its second season. We talked to people about what they like about the style of play, some of their favorite players, what it means to have

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