Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave: Lonzo Ball, Julius Randle and Rising Locker Room Tensions

Welcome to Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave, a subjective Lakers-related column where our resident Laker fans answer a series of questions regarding the Purple & Gold. With 2017 out the window and a new year of Lakers basketball on the horizon, our guys hop in the Lair to discuss the absence of Lonzo Ball, Julius Randle’s future

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Top NBA Things to Watch for in 2018

The Health of the Golden State Warriors The reigning NBA Champions seem to be in cruise control even in the recent absence of Stephen Curry. And now that he’s back, well…you get the picture. They went on a double-digit game win streak and handled business similar to when Kevin Durant went down for a month

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Fantasy Basketball Starting Five: Week 9

Each week in the fantasy realm there is always a new story. With new matchups, new performances, and injuries to valued players. There is always moving pieces. The key to being a good fantasy owner and to have supreme power over your opponents is to be aware of the players dominating the NBA. What this weekly

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Fantasy Basketball Starting 5: Week 4

Each week in the fantasy realm there is always a new story. With new matchups, new performances, and injuries to valued players. There is always moving pieces. The key to being a good fantasy owner and to have supreme power over your opponents is to be aware of the players dominating the NBA. What this weekly

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Society Top 50: No. 16 – DeMarcus Cousins

Name: DeMarcus Cousins Rank: 16 Team: New Orleans Pelicans 2016-17 Regular Season Traditional Stats: 27.0 PPG, 11.0 RPG, 4.6 APG, 1.4 SPG, 1.3 BLG, 45.2 FG%, 36.1 3PT%, 77.2 FT% 2016-17 Regular Season Advanced Stats: 25.8 PER, 56.2 TS%, 7.6 WS, 3.9 OBPM, 2.6 DBPM, 5.3 VORP The Breakdown:  DeMarcus Cousins has been in the league

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Anthony Davis

The clock is ticking for Anthony Davis’ stardom

The time is ticking for Anthony Davis. Not in regards to his game but in regards to his stardom. There was a time where everyone was watching Davis closely painting him as the “next one” in the NBA but he hasn’t quite hit that level just yet. Davis’ career has been plagued with a lot

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Kentucky

How successful would an All-Kentucky team be in the NBA?

The University of Kentucky will be holding their Alumni Charity Game on August 25th. With this game, it sparks the imagination into how a team fully comprised of Big Blue Nation members would perform in the NBA. No other collegiate school has done a better at producing NBA talent than the Wildcats from Kentucky. Due in

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Pelicans

Pelicans Make Smart Move By Bringing Back Gentry, Demps

On Tuesday afternoon, the New Orleans Pelicans made some key decisions regarding their team personnel. New Orleans will be retaining both general manager Dell Demps and head coach Alvin Gentry; Pelicans team owner Tom Benson and senior vice president of basketball operations Mickey Loomis confirmed via The New Orleans Advocate: “After careful and thorough review of basketball

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Danny Ainge

Is Danny Ainge’s job safe after Boston stays put at deadline?

With the trade deadline coming and going, Boston Celtics general manager Danny Ainge chose to keep his roster as-is. Marquee players were rumored to be available for trade, and the Celtics were linked to most of them. Stars such as DeMarcus Cousins, Jimmy Butler, Andre Drummond, and Paul George. The Celtics hold the Brooklyn Nets first

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Fisch’s Friday Rant: DeMarcus Cousins and Deadline Trades

The trade deadline came, and the trade deadline went. Surely, it was not that exciting of a deadline day, but at least we all got to see a crazy trade go down earlier on in the week. Of course, the crazy one was concerned with DeMarcus Cousins finally getting a change of scenery, but there

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