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Society Top 50: Honorable Mentions

Listing the top 50 NBA players is a hard job. The beginning of the list is much easier than figuring out the end. As we argued with knives and pitchforks in a group chat we have finally (mostly) agreed on a final list of the top players going into the 2017-2018 NBA season. We will

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Trade Targets for the Boston Celtics

The Boston Celtics enter the 2017 NBA offseason loaded with tradable assets. They already swapped first-round picks with the Philadelphia 76ers and acquired another future draft pick in return. With potentially seven first-round picks through 2020, the Celtics won’t have enough space on the roster to keep all of those picks. It’s time for Danny

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2015-2016 NBA Regular Season Player Rankings: Center

All statistics per ESPN.com 10.) Dwight Howard, Houston Rockets Dwight Howard had an awful season for Howard’s standards. He averaged a double-double for his 11th straight season, but his 13.7 points per game was his least point total since his rookie year. Howard is crazy if he thinks he is deserving of a max contract

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Fisch's Friday Rant

VIDEO – Fisch’s Friday Rant: Just Turrible

Back at it again with the basketball ranting! This week had to feature some “turrible” things as Charles Barkley might say. However, there are some good things as well, so we’re not too negative this episode. First, the state of the Houston Rockets had to be addressed. Dwight Howard is on his way out, and

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The Future is Bright in Detroit

For the past couple of seasons, the Detroit Pistons were terrible. After making the Eastern Conference Finals for six straight seasons from 2003-2008, the team missed the playoffs for the next six years. This past season they finally broke the drought and made the playoffs as an 8-seed. Despite getting swept in the first round

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VIDEO: Andre Drummond lifts Pistons over Bucks with game-winning tip-in

The Detroit Pistons currently find themselves entangled in a game of playoff seeding musical chairs with the likes of the Indiana Pacers, Chicago Bulls and Washington Wizards, so it was of the upmost importance that they walked away from Monday night’s matchup with the Milwaukee Bucks as victors.  This one looked bleak early as the

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Detroit Pistons, Cleveland Cavaliers, Reggie Jackson, Kyrie Irving

Pistons’ Reggie Jackson harshly ethers heckling fan on Twitter

  If there were any qualms as to why the Detroit Pistons signed point guard Reggie Jackson to a five-year, $80 million deal in the offseason, they’ve been banished. Jackson, who is averaging a career-high 19.1 points and 6.4 assists per game in his first full season with the Pistons, currently has Detroit in the

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2016 NBA Slam Dunk Contest Particpatants Named

Last night, according the multiple reports, the four players participating in the 2016 Dunk Contest were announced for All-Star Weekend. Here are the players that will be taking part in this event on Saturday, Feb 13 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto: Will Barton, Denver Nuggets (6′ 6″ 175 lbs) Andre Drummond, Detriot Pistons

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2016 NBA All-Star Reserves Announced

NBA All-Star weekend is the best All-Star show in all of sports. NBA stars get together, team up by conference, and battle for conference bragging rights. The starters have been announced, and coaches got to vote on who fills the remaining seven slots on the bench. Many players are deserving of a seat, but will

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VIDEO: Nerlens Noel Posterizes Andre Drummond

In a 110-97 loss to the Detroit Pistons inside the Palace of Auburn Hills on Wednesday evening, Nerlens Noel was one of the few bright spots in the game for the Philadelphia Sixers, as he threw down a poster dunk on Andre Drummond.  In the loss, Jerami Grant had 21 points, while Nerlens scored 20

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