WATCH: College senior Eric Porter hits 107 threes in a row

So after you make about 20 in a row, you know something’s up. Lake Forest College senior guard Eric Porter made 107 straight three-pointers from the top of the key during his workout. It was caught on camera by skills and development coach Diamond Hood. Thanks to Eric for swinging us the video. Check it

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Society Sitdown Ep. 2: Kyrie Irving trade madness and best/worst newcomers

In this week’s episode of Society Sitdown, B.J. and Alec are joined by Basketball Society running mate Justin Kirkland to discuss the blockbuster Kyrie Irving and Isaiah Thomas trade, and what the ramifications will be for both teams.  Are the Cavs better suited for a matchup with the defending champion Golden State Warriors? Is Boston

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VIDEO: Getting the Nets’ draft pick was vital for the Cavaliers in the Kyrie Irving trade

In what may turn out to be the biggest shock of this wild offseason, the Cleveland Cavaliers catered to Kyrie Irving’s mid-summer trade whims, shipping him out of The Land to the Boston Celtics in exchange for Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic and the Brooklyn Nets’ 2018 first round pick.  While Cleveland may now

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Jared Bynum

VIDEO: Jared Bynum Highlights at Under Armour All-America Camp

Class of 2018 guard Jared Bynum is a 5’9″ 160lb point guard who can create for himself and others. Bynum really showcased his step back to create space for his size at the Under Armour All-America Camp. He showed that he can use his size to fit into small creases to make the defense collapse.

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Fisch's Friday Rant, Lonzo Ball

Fisch’s Friday Rant: Brodie, Draymond, and Lonzo

The Summer League hot takes have been in full effect all week long as one would imagine. Apparently, everyone knows the steal of the draft, the biggest bust, and the one most likely becoming a Hall of Famer all in just a few games against other rookies and second-year players. This week on Fisch’s Friday

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Kevin Durant, Golden State Warriors, 2017 NBA Finals

VIDEO: Kevin Durant 2016-17 Season Highlights (HD)

We continue our summer video highlight series by recapping the year that was for Kevin Durant, who captured his first NBA championship after shifting scenes from Oklahoma City to the Bay Area. To see our first video installment, which was a short film on 2016-17 league MVP Russell Westbrook, click here.  After a decade in

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Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder

VIDEO: Russell Westbrook 2016-17 MVP Short Film

Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook averaged a triple-double during his 2016-17 regular season campaign and led his squad to the Western Conference’s 6th seed, which coalesced itself into the NBA’s MVP award for Mr. “Why Not?” Although they fell in five games to Westbrook’s former running mate James Harden and his Houston Rockets in

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Fisch's Friday Rant, Paul George, Russell Westbrook

Fisch’s Friday Rant: Saturday Goodies Vol.2

Wow, that Friday night was hectic! Paul George getting shipped away from the East, players getting re-signed right at midnight, and reporters battling back and forth to tweet the latest signings. More and more news was coming out just minutes after each other. That being said, the Friday Rant had to be re-recorded to reflect

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Brandon Jennings, Milwaukee Bucks, Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors

The five most random NBA 50-point scorers since 2010

This past NBA season we saw some astounding scoring outbursts. Devin Booker led this year’s 50+ points camp as he put up 70 in a late season game against the Boston Celtics. Other players to hit the 50-point ledger this season included: DeMarcus Cousins, James Harden (x2), John Wall, Isaiah Thomas, Jimmy Butler, Russell Westbrook (x4),

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VIDEO: Russell Westbrook’s five best games of his MVP season

Russell Westbrook was named the MVP of the 2016-17 regular season at last night’s first ever NBA Awards show in New York City, being recognized as the league’s most valuable player in the league after averaging a triple-double (31.6 points, 10.7 rebounds and 10.4 assists per game) and leading the Oklahoma City Thunder to 47

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