NBA Playoffs

2018 NBA Playoffs: Western Conference Roundtable

The moment we’ve been waiting for is here and that’s the NBA Playoffs. This might be the most unpredictable postseason that we’ve had in a while. The writers at Basketball Society are here to give their thoughts on a few topics dealing with the Western Conference race. Check it out: Writers: Felix John-Baptiste (@TwoSmooth2) Evan Anderson (@Jordainian21)

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Kenny Smith

Kenny Smith doesn’t think this year’s Rockets compare to Houston’s 90s Championship Squads

Kenny “The Jet” Smith is well respected for the current role as a studio analyst on TNT’s award-winning show Inside The NBA. Smith was also a ten year NBA vet, notably with the Houston Rockets squad that won back to back NBA titles in 1994 and 1995. That squad was led by Finals MVP Hakeem Olajuwon. This year’s

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Pump Fake To The Altar

Pump Fake to the Altar: Episode 9 – Injury Bug

In this installment of the Pump Fake to the Altar podcast, your hosts Felix John-Baptiste and DJ Allen seem excited about the upcoming NBA playoffs. The Houston Rockets seem like a legit threat against the reigning champion Golden State Warriors. The Warriors main concern at the moment is the health of Stephen Curry. Without him

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NBA Playoffs

Golden State needs to keep an eye out for the Houston Rockets

Coming into this season, if you asked anyone who was winning the NBA Finals almost anyone and everyone would say the Golden State Warriors. They’ve earned that respect with the way they dominated the playoffs last year. However, if you ask that same question right now, I think the narrative would change. Most people would still

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Is John Wall the best two-way point guard in the NBA?

John Wall has taken the league by storm ever since he came into the league in 2010 as the no. 1 overall pick out of Kentucky. John Wall has climbed a legitimate ladder of career success in his seven NBA seasons. Wall has shown us that with his combination of athleticism, speed, and agility, he

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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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Ramifications of the biggest NBA offseason moves

With the NBA offseason winding down, teams are most likely set with their big roster moves heading into the 2017-2018 season. There have been some wild moves that we did not expect to happen when the offseason started. Let’s take a look at some ramifications of the biggest NBA moves this summer. Paul George to

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Fisch's Friday Rant, Paul George, Russell Westbrook

Fisch’s Friday Rant: Saturday Goodies Vol.2

Wow, that Friday night was hectic! Paul George getting shipped away from the East, players getting re-signed right at midnight, and reporters battling back and forth to tweet the latest signings. More and more news was coming out just minutes after each other. That being said, the Friday Rant had to be re-recorded to reflect

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How are Chris Paul and James Harden going to fit?

We already know that the NBA summer usually starts getting crazy once free agency starts. This Saturday, July 1 is when free agency starts, but we have already had a wild beginning to the NBA offseason. With Chris Paul being traded to the Rockets, he was doing the Clippers organization a favor. Paul could have

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Chris Paul

3 simple reasons why James Harden and Chris Paul should want to be teammates

This NBA offseason is putting a ton of pressure on stars to make impactful moves in response to Golden State. Jimmy Butler was moved in a proposed trade on draft night, Paul George is still dangling in trade talks, and starting on July 1 this Saturday there will be high bidding for some noteworthy free agents,

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