NBA

Ego and the NBA: The Cost of Being “The Man”

The Minnesota Timberwolves got two and a half seasons of Stephon Marbury and Kevin Garnett. They were a young team with two emerging studs that were poised to do battle with the Lakers and Spurs for the better half of the next decade. Naturally, they did not get immediate success due to their youth but

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Kevin Love and Giannis Antetokounmpo

Should the Milwaukee Bucks trade for Kevin Love?

The Milwaukee Bucks have been in a standstill in the Eastern Conference over the past few years. The rise of Giannis Antetokounmpo has been real and he’s led the Bucks to a respectable position in the NBA. However, they’ve been unable to get over the hump and it’s time to get Antetokounmpo some help. The

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Scoop B: LeBron James joining the Los Angeles Lakers is about basketball, brand and legacy

Basketball Society’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson discusses LeBron James and free agency on Syracuse, NY 1260 AM The Score’s “The Manchild Show.” Press Play Below To Listen! Earlier this week, my report at Basketball Society Online indicated that LeBron James will use his Uninterrupted platform to make his free agency decision announcement. Additionally, I reported

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Collin Sexton NBA

The disrespect by NBA teams has to stop

Parting ways with a good thing is hard. Anyone who’s been in a relationship and has dealt with a break up that they didn’t want to see happen knows this feeling. Missing a good thing is hard. I get it! But the actions from a few of these NBA organizations are starting to look like

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Kawhi Leonard and LeBron James

Would Kawhi Leonard put the Cavaliers over Golden State?

We’re only ten days removed from the NBA Finals and free agency is already in a frenzy. Word spread that Kawhi Leonard wanted out of San Antonio with aims at Los Angeles and that just got the ball rolling. All of the trade scenarios and where he could possibly end up has been the talk

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Diana Taurasi

WNBA’s Diana Taurasi says Nike’s LeBron James 15 sneaker has ‘taken basketball shoes to different level’  

If you’ve paid attention to the #LeBronWatch campaign on social media during the NBA season, you were treated to an array of colorways and styles of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ LeBron James and his LeBron 15 sneaker. According to SB Nation’s Whitney Medworth, the LeBron 15s are James’ fifteenth signature shoe. For the first time, the

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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 88

On this week’s episode of The Atlantic Files, Brooklyn Nets correspondent Mike Bash joins the show again. Mike and Alex rehash their thoughts about the quick sweep in the NBA Finals, LeBron James’ potential landing spots, as well as starting the offseason discussion for the Sixers and the Nets. Brooklyn has some moves they can

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Draymond Green Basketball

The Defensive Short: Basketball IQ

Basketball IQ and awareness are two things that aren’t discussed enough. They go a long way and can truly distinguish the difference between a good and a great player. I often stress the little things when discussing basketball because I truly believe that the little things are game changers. Diving for loose balls, communicating on

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NBA Finals

Sunday Fadeaway Episode 21: NBA Finals Discussions

On this week’s episode of the Sunday Fadeaway, Ryan discusses the landscape of the NBA Finals along with the heroic efforts of LeBron James throughout the entire postseason. He also gives his NBA Finals MVP pick, Finals predictions, Bryan Colangelo and his burner account fiasco and much more.  

Golden State Warriors

Why Golden State must send a message in Game 1

There’s never been a time that I remember where the NBA Finals has been so lopsided. The last time I remember it being this bad was in 2004 with Karl Malone and Gary Payton joining the Los Angeles Lakers. With that being said, this is murky waters for the Golden State Warriors which is why

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