Five Burning Topics for the 2018-2019 NBA Season

It seems like just yesterday we watched the Golden State Warriors deliver yet another NBA championship as a precursor to one of the wildest NBA offseasons in recent memory. Chess pieces moved and new stars aligned as teams and individual players alike made moves to put themselves in the best position to continue to compete.

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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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Carmelo Anthony

Just My Take: Carmelo Anthony Might Work In Houston

The X-Factor for the Houston Rockets this year is the attitude of Carmelo Anthony. The future Hall of Famer has to be willing to adapt his game in order for both sides to enjoy success. Melo looks like he’s ready to put in work for the Rockets this season. 👀👀 (via: ChrisJohnsonHoops/IG) pic.twitter.com/EVusyYvzeT — Basketball

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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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Carmelo Anthony

Rockets’ P.J. Tucker says Carmelo Anthony will ‘fit right in on our team’

Houston Rockets forward P.J. Tucker says Carmelo Anthony will be a good fit on the team and is excited to see how Anthony will play with All-Star point guard Chris Paul. Anthony signed a one-year, $2.4 million deal with the Rockets after getting bought out by the Atlanta Hawks. Paul advocated Houston to sign Anthony,

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Carmelo Anthony

Will Carmelo Anthony finally embrace a bench role in Houston?

Carmelo Anthony has officially signed his deal with the Houston Rockets, and immediately conversations began regarding what role Anthony should play with H-Town. Two of our writers agree that Anthony should look to come off the bench with Houston, despite the fact that he remains adamant that he’s still a starter. Strika: Last September, Carmelo

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Clint Capela

Clint Capela remains in free agency limbo with Houston Rockets

While most of the free agent market has dried up like a water-soaked sponge sitting in the sweltering heat, big man Clint Capela remains in a free agent limbo with the Houston Rockets, with talks deadlocked over the 24-year-olds supposed asking price of $100 million over the course of four years. via: Tim McMahon, ESPN

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Doc Rivers

Was it smart for the Clippers to extend Doc Rivers?

The Los Angeles Clippers have come to terms with head coach Doc Rivers on a two-year extension. The 19-year NBA coach has shown a proven track record of winning and re-building franchises. However, the recent extension granted to Rivers may have been gifted to him based on previous successes and experience over the current situation the

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NBA Playoffs

Not everything in these NBA Playoffs has been about youth

Had I to chose the most talked-about topic of the postseason, I think I’d go with something relating to the young’uns mining the League during these playoffs. It’s been beaten to death during the past few weeks. We have had discussions about Donovan Mitchell leading a Jazz team that was depleted of assets and riddled

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Houston Rockets

Do the Rockets need to change their offensive approach to beat the Warriors?

After dropping Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals to the Golden State Warriors 119-106 despite a 41-point, seven-assist outburst from James Harden, much has been made about the Houston Rockets’ offensive approach, which favors heavy doses of isolation from both Harden and backcourt mate Chris Paul. After embracing this system all season long, should

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