Fantasy

Weekly NBA Fantasy Starting Five – Vol. 2

On any given night any NBA player can achieve a great stat line, and if he is to close out that strong week with a string of strong performances then he will wind up on this list. This weekly column sets out to find the top five performers each week, one at each position, and create

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Fantasy

Weekly NBA Fantasy Starting Five: Vo. 1

On any given night any NBA player can achieve a great stat line, and if he is to close out that strong week with a string of strong performances then he will wind up on this list. This weekly column sets out to find the top five performers each week, one at each position, and create

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Clippers

Corey Maggette says it ‘was tough to see’ Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan leave Clippers

During the Chris Paul–Blake Griffin–DeAndre Jordan era, the Los Angeles Clippers were always one of the best teams in the NBA during the regular season and looked primed to contend for a championship year after year. The Clippers, however, never made it past the second-round of the playoffs and often got in its own way with big time

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 97: Around the NBA Predictions – Central Division

Atlantic Division Year in Review Series: Celtics | Raptors | Sixers | Knicks | Nets Subscribe to The Atlantic Files on Apple Podcasts || Subscribe to Basketball Society on Apple Podcasts The annual Year in Review series is now out of the way. We broke down each team in the Atlantic Division, but what about

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The Detroit Pistons Can Be a Playoff Team Next Season

The Detroit Pistons have the potential to be a playoff team next season with their roster. This was the second consecutive postseason they missed. If more guards can improve their shooting playing alongside the new bruiser frontcourt duo, this team can make it farther than many do expect. Not to mention, the addition of their

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Dwane Casey

Dwane Casey hired as the Detroit Pistons’ new head coach

After seven seasons as the head coach of the Toronto Raptors, Dwane Casey has been hired as the new head coach of the Detroit Pistons. He will sign a five-year contract with the Pistons according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Casey went 320-238 in seven seasons with the Raptors leading them to five straight playoff appearances.

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Blake Griffin

Blake Griffin as the centerpiece for a new Clippers era

Blake Griffin couldn’t wait to play with Chris Paul. After being led by Paul for six seasons, the Clippers became the latest victim of losing an All-Star to free agency. Fortunately, Paul made them aware of his decision beforehand. The Clippers were able to make a trade with the Houston Rockets that landed them some

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Fonzy’s Top 10 2017 NBA Free Agents: Power Forwards

NBA free agency is set to begin on July 1st and it should be an interesting period for teams trying to find that missing piece. During the playoffs, I did my list og top 10 NBA free agent point guards, shooting guards and small forwards. Today, I will be looking my top 10 NBA free

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What if the Clippers didn’t trade for Mo Williams?

The NBA is like one of those video games you play where one decision can affect the rest of the story. Just like those video games, the most obscure trade or draft pick etc. can change the entire landscape of the league. Just image what if Kevin Durant went number one to the Portland Trail

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Blake Griffin exits Lob City? Should the Clippers trade him?

Blake Griffin is one of the best PF’s in the NBA. That should come as no surprise to NBA fans. Who was once known only as a highlight reel became and all-around power forward for the once irrelevant Los Angeles Clippers, who have rejuvenated their franchise thanks to the likes of Chris Paul and Blake

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