Five Burning Topics for the 2018-2019 NBA Season

It seems like just yesterday we watched the Golden State Warriors deliver yet another NBA championship as a precursor to one of the wildest NBA offseasons in recent memory. Chess pieces moved and new stars aligned as teams and individual players alike made moves to put themselves in the best position to continue to compete.

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Basketball players and coaches should use social media to their advantage

Social media can be a gift and a curse at times but the key thing is how you use it. The sport of basketball is rising in popularity everyday especially on social media. When you look at guys like Drew Hanlen and Chris Brickley, they’ve really grown their following by posting their workouts with top-notch

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How does fit and opportunity affect this NBA Draft class?

Why isn’t there enough weight put on fit an opportunity when discussing the careers of young talent? We discuss the play on the court and the numbers that coincide with that but we often never discuss their situation. Following the first few months after the NBA season begins, we start to critique the rookies and

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Is Ben Simmons a rookie? “I don’t really think so,” says Phoenix Suns’ Josh Jackson

Phoenix Suns guard, Josh Jackson spoke with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson on the Scoop B Radio Podcast. Press Play Below To Listen! Last week Philadelphia 76ers guard, Ben Simmons was named a finalist in the league’s Rookie of the Year award race. Simmons, the first pick in the 2016 NBA Draft sat out last season

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Terry Rozier, Donovan Mitchell impacting NBA Playoffs in NCAA Tournament fashion

In basketball, we have a special place reserved in our hearts for the unsung heroes and unlikely stars. We cling to and show consistent praise for the heralded superstars but during the NCAA Tournament and NBA Playoffs there usually emerges players who turn in star performances and earn their recognition from that point forward. Terry

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How the outcome of the Thunder-Jazz series can impact both franchises

The opening weekend of the NBA Playoffs included a 116-108 Oklahoma City Thunder win over the Utah Jazz. “Playoff P” (Paul George) introduced himself to the Thunder home crowd, and Donovan Mitchell showed toughness by playing through an injury/pain. Regardless of how this series turns out, the outcome could affect both franchises in different ways.

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NBA 2K’s Ronnie2K says Donovan Mitchell, Clint Capela & Victor Oladipo’s 2K game ratings have gone up drastically because they ‘have had great seasons’

NBA 2K’s Ronnie2K checked in with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson. Press Play Below To Listen! The unlikely success of the Utah Jazz this season has surely turned heads! Currently sitting in 4th place at 46-33 in the NBA’s Western Conference, the major key to their success this season has been the coaching of Quin Snyder,

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5 Things To Watch For In the Second Half of the NBA Season

With the dust settled on a fun and relaxing NBA All-Star weekend  (unless you’re Fergie), the tide now turns to a race for the post-season, tanking, staying healthy, seeing what the young guys can do, and many other factors depending on the current team’s situation. To date, it has been one of the better NBA

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Knicks Notes: Trade Talks and Draft Picks

The Now How did we get here? Well, after a super disappointing season, we followed it up with more trade talk surrounding TWO of our best players. Kristaps Porzingis is now reportedly in the mix. A move of this magnitude would sum up the history of the organization. It would be the epitome of a

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Donovan Mitchell Scouting Report

Date of Birth; September 7, 1996 Position: Shooting Guard College: Louisville  Measurements: 6’3″, 210 Ibs Strengths: Donovan Mitchell excels on defense. He possesses a 6’10” wingspan and a physical frame allowing him to lockdown opposing guards. His quick feet and active hands allowed him to average 2.1 steals per game last season. When he’s at his best, his defense

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