The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 103: Toronto Raptors could win the division

Subscribe to The Atlantic Files on Apple Podcasts || Subscribe to Basketball Society NBA basketball is finally back! The first regular season episode of The Atlantic Files is also here! Mike and Alex are here to break down what happened in the opening week and to give some serious thoughts on the Toronto Raptors. The

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The Atlantic Files Episode 101: Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson talks Jimmy Butler, LeBron James, and more

Subscribe to The Atlantic Files on Apple Podcasts | Subscribe to Basketball Society This week on The Atlantic Files, Alex and Mike welcome a fellow Basketball Society brother and special guest, Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson of Scoop B Radio. Taking a one week break from the “Looking Around the League” series, Alex, Mike, and Scoop

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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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Jimmy Butler

Roundtable: Jimmy Butler requests trade from Timberwolves

As we near the start of training camp, media day and ultimately a new NBA season, the basketball world was hit with one last offseason shockwave, as Minnesota Timberwolves All-Star Jimmy Butler has formally requested a trade from the team. Butler’s wishlist includes the Brooklyn Nets, New York Knicks and Los Angeles Clippers, so for

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D'Angelo Russell

D‘Angelo Russell is motivated: ‘The sky is the limit’

Brooklyn Nets point guard D’Angelo Russell is one motivated guy heading into the 2018-19 season. Russell and the Nets have yet to open discussions on a contract extension and talks are unlikely to occur before the regular season starts in October. Russell is slated to make $7.02 million this upcoming season. If he and the Nets are unable to agree upon

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Jason Kidd

Jason Kidd is a “teacher of the game,” says Jason Terry

Jason Terry not only has the distinction of being teammates with Jason Kidd, he also was coached by the Hall of Famer as a member of the Milwaukee Bucks and Brooklyn Nets “The thing about Jason, he is a teacher of the game,” Terry told Dallas reporter, Landon Buford. “He allowed me to be in

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The Atlantic Files

The Brooklyn Nets could make a push for the eighth seed, says Dennis Clausen – The Atlantic Files Ep92

The annual “Year in Review” series is back yet again on the Atlantic Files! Alex and Mike are joined by Dennis Clausen(@den_clausen) of Rotoballer to talk about the past season that the Brooklyn Nets endured. To start things off, the guys talk about the overall season that the Nets had and whether or not it

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Ep91: Can Kawhi Leonard turn LeBronto back to Toronto?

The Atlantic Division is on red alert! Kawhi Leonard has finally left San Antonio and has found a new home in Toronto. Will that be a temporary home or a permanent home, well the world may have to wait to find out. This week on the Atlantic Files, Mike and Alex take a look into

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 90: If healthy, the next Western Conference Power will be the Denver Nuggets, says Mike Bash

The Atlantic Files is back again with a brand new, permanent, co-host! Mike Bash, previously the Brooklyn Nets correspondent of the show, is the new co-host moving forward and we’re glad to have him! This week’s episode of The Atlantic Files features some of the best free agency signings, draft trade outcomes, and summer league

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Dwight Howard

Dwight Howard’s downward spiral into NBA oblivion

Dwight Howard’s eight seasons in Orlando featured many accomplishments both for the Magic and for himself. He led the league in rebounds per game four times and also led in blocks per game twice. In addition to all of the great things he did statistically, he is most known for taking the 2009 Orlando Magic

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