Fisch’s Friday Rant S4E1: Dwight Howard what is you doing?

Subscribe to Basketball Society on YouTube Fisch’s Friday Rant is back with episode one of season number four! Hard to believe it has been four years since I first sat in front of a webcam looking like an amateur just to rant for all of you guys. Whether you really wanted me to rant or

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NBA

VIDEO: Kawhi Leonard, Kevin Durant have an epic duel in Toronto

Kevin Durant and Kawhi Leonard duked it out in an epic battle that resulted in a 131-128 overtime victory for Leonard’s Toronto Raptors on Thursday night, a matchup that could potentially be what we see in the NBA Finals come June. Leonard finished with a season-high 37 points, while Durant posted a monstrous 51-point, 11-rebound,

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Stephen Curry

Basketball Transforming Society: Stephen Curry responds to girl who writes him about his sneakers

Basketball is an all-inclusive sport, so when 9-year-old Riley Morrison scanned the internet for a pair of Under Armour Curry 5’s, the official hoops sneaker of Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry and couldn’t find a pair for girls, she was rightfully disappointed. Coming up empty-handed prompted Morrison, with the help of her father, to

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NBA

NBA Roundtable: Soaring Clippers, Sinking Rockets and other storylines

There are many juicy storylines floating around the NBA right now, including the surprisingly surging Los Angeles Clippers, the struggling Houston Rockets and the resurgence of Derrick Rose. Several of our writers gathered for a roundtable discussion on these topics. Our participants are: Mike Bash (@MBash_93) Justin Kirkland (@jkirk41) Alec Walt (@AlecWalt) Evan Anderson (@Jordainian21)

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 106: Hello Jimmy Butler

Subscribe to The Atlantic Files on Apple Podcasts || Subscribe to Basketball Society on Apple Podcasts Alex is back in the country which means Alex and Mike are both back with another episode of The Atlantic Files! While away, Jimmy Butler came to Philadelphia, Caris LeVert suffered an ugly injury, and the Atlantic Division continued

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Steve Kerr

Steve Kerr: ‘We’re banged up physically and spiritually’

Draymond Green addressed the media for the first time yesterday since his verbal altercation with Kevin Durant on Monday at the end of regulation against the Clippers. Green served a one-game suspension for conduct detrimental to the team. Draymond Green addressed the KD situation for the first time: “We’re not going to crumble off an

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Klay Thompson vs Chicago Bulls

Where was the heart and pride of the Chicago Bulls against the Warriors?

History was made on Monday night with Klay Thompson breaking the single game three-point record as he hit 14 threes. The record was previously held by his teammate, Stephen Curry who was very influential in his backcourt partner breaking his record. Steph Curry is one proud teammate tonight… pic.twitter.com/ROLz2tXQ1Q — Basketball Society (@BBallSociety_) October 30,

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Stephen Curry

Just My Take: Stephen Curry Heading For Top 5?

The other night we all watched Stephen Curry remind us that despite the Jimmy Butler saga or the Lakers/Rockets fight, the most electrifying event in basketball today is still in the Bay Area. With so much going on in the offseason, many missed reports that Curry actually spent the summer working on his shooting, and

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Klay Thompson

Stephen Curry Told Klay Thompson to Go Get Three-Point Record at Halftime

Golden State Warriors shooting guard Klay Thompson gave us another reminder of his ability to scorch at any time on Monday night. Thompson went for 52 points against the Chicago Bulls, including 14 made threes, setting a new NBA record for a single game. Thompson’s Splash Brother Stephen Curry apparently encouraged him to “go get

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Stephen Curry

Higher efficiency and more space from Stephen Curry is a problem for the NBA

Stephen Curry is the last player that the NBA wants to see get better. One of the best players on the best team in the league only means that if he gets better, they get better as a collective. Not to mention, he plays alongside Kevin Durant who’s a problem in his own right. Three

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