LeBron James, Kevin Durant, NBA Finals, Golden State Warriors, Cleveland Cavaliers

Roundtable: Out with the old year, in with the new in the NBA

With 2017 in the books and the first chapter of 2018 underway, several of our writers gather for a roundtable discussion on everything that was NBA basketball in the previous year, as well on what we should expect in the new year, including teams that may rise/fall and players to keep an eye on. Our

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Joel Embiid Andre Drummond

Embiid vs. Drummond Lives Up To The Hype, Kinda

“No disrespect, but he can’t shoot. I just gotta worry about the defensive coverages that we have, they have a lot of down screens, backside action, and he’s always the roller so he gets lots of lobs and stuff.” That is the verbage Philadelphia 76ers star Joel Embiid used to describe Detroit Pistons centerpiece Andre

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Avery Bradley, Detroit Pistons

Society Top 50: No. 31 – Avery Bradley

Name: Avery Bradley Ranking: 31 Team: Detroit Pistons (Previously Boston Celtics) 2016-17 Regular Season Traditional Stats: 16.3 ppg, 6.1 rpg, 2.2 apg, 1.2 spg, 46.3 FG%, 39.0 3PT%, 73.1 FT% 2016-17 Regular Season Advanced Stats: 14.4 PER, 54.8 TS%, 3.1 WS, -0.2 OBPM, -0.4 DBPM, 0.7 VORP The Breakdown:  One of the rarest features to come by these days in

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NBA franchises with the least sense of direction

During the NBA offseason, we get to see which teams will tend to take a leap, or what teams will do to regress for the upcoming season. This offseason we have seen teams like Boston, who obtained Gordon Hayward, as well as the 3rd overall pick in Jayson Tatum, improve their team to make a

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Celtics

Aron Baynes fills a major need for the Boston Celtics

The Boston Celtics and free agent center Aron Baynes agreed to a one-year, $4.3 million contract earlier today, adding some size to a small roster.  Free agent center Aron Baynes has reached agreement on a one-year, $4.3M deal with the Boston Celtics, league sources tell The Vertical. — Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) July 9, 2017 Does

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Trade Targets for the Boston Celtics

The Boston Celtics enter the 2017 NBA offseason loaded with tradable assets. They already swapped first-round picks with the Philadelphia 76ers and acquired another future draft pick in return. With potentially seven first-round picks through 2020, the Celtics won’t have enough space on the roster to keep all of those picks. It’s time for Danny

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NBA Uniform Rankings: 15-11

Hello all and welcome back to my continued rankings on each NBA’s uniform sets. Last time I ranked teams 20-16 and today I continue with teams 15 thru 11. 15. Milwaukee Bucks (Three different sets) Home (white) Away (green) Alternate (black) Milwaukee went through a complete overhaul a season ago and it has received many positive

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VIDEO: Tobias Harris’ workout routine is no joke

When the Detroit Pistons acquired Tobias Harris before the trade deadline last season, the Pistons organization knew they were getting someone special, but his athletic talent seems to go a little bit unnoticed. Well, after watching this video, you’ll see that Tobias Harris’ athletic ability is something unlike any other. Pairing him this season with

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Five Teams I Can See Having Interest in Mario Chalmers

The Memphis Grizzlies last season suffered a lot of injuries and Mario Chalmers was on that list. He suffered an achilles injury last March and has yet to sign with a team. Chalmers is reportedly saying that he is almost ready to play basketball again. From Brian Windhorst of ESPN: “Spoke to Mario Chalmers tonight. He’s

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NBA Offseason Grades Roundtable: Central Division

Another year, another NBA offseason dwindling down. Before we know it, media days and camp will be here, and the preseason will be tipping off. However, for now, the hottest topics are how all of the teams did this offseason in order to prepare themselves for this year. So, we will be breaking down each

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