NBA

The 2018-2019 season is set to skyrocket the NBA into full-blown popularity

The last few NBA season have given us, the everyday fan, more than we can imagine. There has been dominance from both the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers in their respective conferences. The youth of the NBA has been performing at levels that far exceed their age with a blend of utter dominance

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Rudy Gay

Rudy Gay feels ‘athletic again,’ happy to be reunited with DeMar DeRozan

After suffering a season-ending ruptured left Achilles tendon injury in 2017 with the Sacramento Kings, San Antonio Spurs small forward Rudy Gay finally feels 100 percent and can’t wait to get the 2018-19 season started. Gay re-signed with the Spurs this offseason on a one-year, $10 million deal and knows he will be more productive in

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Mental health and it’s importance to professional athletes

Let’s applaud Kevin Love, DeMar DeRozan, Marcus and Markieff Morris (and more) for speaking up and out on mental health. Too often we get caught up in our every day lives expressing the good, and keeping the bad bottled up. Athletes are human too. They experience hunger, pain, joyfulness, and depression. If John Doe on Park

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 94: Toronto Raptors could hit both extremes in one season

Subscribe to The Atlantic Files on Apple Podcasts || Subscribe to Basketball Society on Apple Podcasts Nets Year in Review Episode || Sixers Year in Review Episode The Atlantic Files Year in Review series continues with the neighbors to the north. Alex Fischbein and Mike Bash are back to give their thoughts on the Toronto

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The Fadeaway

The Fadeaway Episode 25: Special Guest Matt Hurd says Spurs won’t make the Playoffs

Special Guest Matt Hurd joined The Fadeaway this week to discuss the reactions from Summer League, the way way too early Western Conference predictions and much more! There were many stand out stars in this leagues Vegas Summer League, some expected and some not so much. But at the end of the day both Calpin

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Fisch’s Friday Rant: Kawhi Leonard and the NBA Offseason

This year’s NBA offseason has been very eventful. LeBron James has gone to LA, DeMarcus Cousins has gone to the Bay Area, and Kawhi Leonard has been shipped off to Toronto. The common thing relating all of the fans and the players is the fact that everyone seems to be in their feelings. So, let’s

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Ep91: Can Kawhi Leonard turn LeBronto back to Toronto?

The Atlantic Division is on red alert! Kawhi Leonard has finally left San Antonio and has found a new home in Toronto. Will that be a temporary home or a permanent home, well the world may have to wait to find out. This week on the Atlantic Files, Mike and Alex take a look into

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Kawhi Leonard

Kawhi Leonard must be professional, prepare to play for Toronto

The NBA world has been aware for some time that Kawhi Leonard wanted out of San Antonio. Well, guess what? Leonard got what he wanted. On the morning of Wednesday, July 18th, 2018, Leonard was traded to the Toronto Raptors for their respective superstar DeMar DeRozan. However, even after the demands of Leonard were met,

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Kawhi Leonard

The Kawhi Leonard timeline and the status of his image

I don’t know if you’ve heard this before, but Kawhi Leonard continues to be at the forefront of trade talks this summer. The disgruntled San Antonio Spurs star had an injury-riddled 2017-18 season which saw him play in only nine games. It was the focal point of what was the Spurs’ worst season (in terms

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Spurs management flexes their muscle in trading Kawhi Leonard to the Raptors

In a league that has recently seen a shift in power from organization to the players, the San Antonio Spurs have just flexed their muscles. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the Spurs have agreed to a deal with the Toronto Raptors. This package includes sending DeMar DeRozan, Jakob Poeltl and a 2019 protected first round

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