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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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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Pump Fake to the Altar NBA

Pump Fake to the Altar: Episode 15 – NBA Free Agency Bonanza

In this episode of the Pump Fake to the Altar podcast, the boys are FIRED UP on free agency. LeBron James to the Lakers, Paul George staying in OKC and DeMarcus Cousins to the Warriors are just some of the surprising signings. How will the 2018-19 NBA regular season play out? To this point, it

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DeMarcus Cousins

Why I don’t like DeMarcus Cousins joining Golden State

The NBA world exploded when it was announced that DeMarcus Cousins signed a one-year deal with the Golden State Warriors. I can’t remember a time like this in history when everyone was so up in arms about an NBA signing. It wasn’t even this bad when Kevin Durant signed with Golden State just two years

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DeMarcus Cousins

DeMarcus Cousins’ former coach says Boogie is “way too smart”

Basketball Society’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson discusses NBA Free Agency on Southern Georgia’s ESPNCoastal’s “Three and Out with Ben Troupe and B.J. Bennett. Press Play Below To Listen! Yesterday, the Golden State Warriors and DeMarcus Cousins agreed on a one-year, $5.3 million deal. Cousins is recovering from an Achilles injury which will most likely have

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Stephon Clark’s uncle says former King, DeMarcus Cousins is still connected to Sacramento

Stephon Clark’s uncle, Curtis Gordon dropped by the Scoop B Radio podcast and discussed the impact of former Sacramento King, DeMarcus Cousins & more. Press Play Below To Listen! Come July 1st, New Orleans Pelicans forward DeMarcus Cousins will have his pick of the litter in deciding what NBA team he will sign with as

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DeMarcus Cousins

DeMarcus Cousins’ former Sacramento Kings coach says Boogie “wants to be in New Orleans, that I know”

Otis Hughley, DeMarcus Cousins‘ high school and NBA coach checked in with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson & the Scoop B Radio Podcast. Press Play Below to listen! During a slow news day, last week, the internet caused a stir when New Orleans Pelicans center, DeMarcus Cousins, an unrestricted free agent this offseason, unfollowed the Pels

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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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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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