Philadelphia 76ers

The Process Disciples: Jimmy Butler is a Sixer

It finally happened. The star-hunting promise we heard from Brett Brown during the Zhaire Smith press conference has been fulfilled and the Sixers have acquired Jimmy Butler along with Justin Patton in exchange for Robert Covington, Dario Saric, and a second-round pick. In a trade that will change the course of the 76ers franchise for

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Writing On The Wall: Time For A Wizards Fire Sale

The Washington Wizards are 1-6. While we generally reserve judgment on teams so early in the season, the grace period has ended and it is time to decide what comes next for a franchise that has been stuck between mediocrity and good, but not great, for the better part of the last decade. It is an

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Washington Wizards

How banking on Kevin Durant coming to D.C. hurt the Washington Wizards

For the first time in the John Wall–Bradley Beal era, the Washington Wizards were eliminated in the first-round of the playoffs, losing to the No. 1 seed Toronto Raptors in six games in the 2018 postseason. It was yet another dysfunctional season for the Wizards, as they continued their recent trend of playing well against the elite

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John Wall

Where do John Wall and the Wizards rank?

With all of the moves that have occurred during the off-season, the Washington Wizards have been on the back burner not making much of a splash. However, John Wall has found a way to keep his team and himself in the headlines. It all started with Wall acknowledging his lack of reference when discussing the

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Put Up Or Shut Up: NBA Teams On the Hot Seat

My mother used to tell me to never stay all the way until the end of a party because nothing good ever happens. There will be people who go to a party dressed in their finest and sit there until the lights come on trying to get someone to take home even long after the

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Evan Evaluations: March Madness Begins in the NBA

Welcome, all! In this new weekly segment called, Evan Evaluations, I will discuss my top 2 most exciting games to look forward to throughout the week, along with 1 for the weekend. I’ll be breaking down teams’ players, numbers, and their respective conference standing outlook. Let’s get started! Evan’s Top 2 Games Of The Week:

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Bradley Beal

Society Top 50: No. 34 – Bradley Beal

Name: Bradley Beal Ranking: 34 Team: Washington Wizards 2016-17 Regular Season Traditional Stats: 23.1 PPG, 3.1 RPG, 3.5 APG, 1.1 SPG, 48.2 FG%, 40.4 3PT%, 84.2 FT% 2016-17 Regular Season Advanced Stats: 20.1 PER, 60.4 TS%, 8.5 WS, 4.5 OBPM, -2.3 DBPM, 2.8 VORP The Breakdown:  Bradley Beal is amongst the top shooting guards that we

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Don’t blame John Wall for the Washington Wizards’ Game 7 loss

John Wall and the Washington Wizards fell to the Boston Celtics 115-105 in Game 7 of a rugged Eastern Conference Semifinals, and it was a game in which Wall did not play his best. Wall, who tallied 44 minutes in the contest, was visibly gassed towards the end, looking to eek out any ounce of

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Celtics-Wizards: Game 1 takeaways, looking ahead to Game 2

With Isaiah Thomas scoring 33 points and dropping 9 assists after getting into Boston at 4:00 am because he was attending his sister’s funeral, the Celtics have taken control of the series after Game 1. Isaiah Thomas strips John Wall and hits a three on the other end#NBAPlayoffsvia @clippittv — Basketball Society (@BBallSociety_) April

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Jae Crowder

Jae Crowder has every right to be angered by Celtics fans

Before facing the Utah Jazz last night, the fans of the Boston Celtics were cheering for opposing player, Gordon Hayward. There have been previous rumors of Hayward signing with Boston especially with the connection to Celtics coach, Brad Stevens. As the cheers reigned in, Jae Crowder took exception. Although he used it as motivation to

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