Trae Young

Can Trae Young become the fourth rookie ever to make 160 threes in one season?

Trae Young took the college basketball landscape by storm last season with his ability to shoot from anywhere on the floor. In one season at Oklahoma, Trae Young shot an eye-opening 328 three-pointers, while still maintaining a three-point percentage of 36%. Being only 6’2, weighing 180 lbs, and averaging nearly 31 ppg, his game reminded a

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Trae Young

Trae Young must be prepared for scrutiny

Trae Young hasn’t even hit the regular season yet and he’s experiencing the heat of the critics. It’s early and after being under the bright lights at the collegiate level, he must be ready for what’s coming next. Trae Young from the logooooooOH NO pic.twitter.com/8BxBkfFGxt — Basketball Society (@BBallSociety_) July 2, 2018 Young had a

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Schmidt Talking Episode 27: Jaylen Adams Seizes the Summer League Opportunity

Jaylen Adams shined in the NBA Summer League. For a player out of the small school of St. Bonaventure, he proved why he belongs in the NBA with the big boys. Adams played in both the Utah and Las Vegas Summer Leagues. In Utah, Adams got off to a little bit of a slow start as

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NBA Summer League

Four Former Bonnies Will Look To Make An Impact in NBA Summer League

On the night of the 2018 NBA Draft, many Bonnie fans watched in hopes of hearing stars Jaylen Adams and Matt Mobley get their names called. Sadly, that was not the case. Despite not getting drafted, they will be playing in the NBA Summer League, as Adams signed with the Atlanta Hawks and Mobley signed

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2017-2018 NBA Season Preview: Atlanta Hawks

Last season was a very average year for the Atlanta Hawks. They placed second in the Southeast Division and fifth in the Eastern Conference. They faced the division rival Washington Wizards in the first round of the playoffs and lost in six games. This was the second year of regression since the Eastern Conference Finals team

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NBA

Four NBA teams that should consider tanking this season

Tanking in the NBA has been one of the more controversial topics over the past decade or so. It has been such a controversial topic because teams seem to purposely put a bad product on the floor in order to lose and increase their chances at a high draft pick. The NBA has been looking

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Winners and Losers in NBA Free Agency

Less than one week into NBA free agency, NBA franchises have combined to spend billions of dollars on NBA free agents. Unrestricted free agents were quick to sign contracts, giving max players over $130 million and average players over $50 million. With the rise in salary cap, teams are taking advantage of it to improve

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Charlotte Hornets, Dwight Howard

What has Dwight Howard’s value become?

“I’m happy to be home,” said Dwight Howard during his Atlanta Hawks introductory press conference last July. “I know I am in a totally different place physically, mentally and spiritually than I was three years ago. This is a really new beginning for me. I’m happy to share it with my loved ones,” Howard continued

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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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VIDEO: John Wall drops 32 points, 14 assists on Hawks in Game 1

John Wall dazzled in the Washington Wizards’ 114-107 Game 1 win over the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday afternoon, finishing the contest with 32 points and 14 assists to led his team.  After a sluggish first half, the Wizards perked up in the third quarter, where they used a Wall and Markieff Morris led blitz to

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