DeMar DeRozan

DeMar DeRozan Still Has a Chance to Shine in the West

The biggest blockbuster trade of the NBA offseason happened the morning of July 18th when All-Star DeMar DeRozan was traded to the San Antonio Spurs for All-Star Kawhi Leonard, but does this mean this is the start of DeRozan’s downward slope for his NBA career? Absolutely not. DeRozan’s career will continue in San Antonio and has

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LeBron James

Scoop B: A LeBron James, Miami Heat reunion ain’t a pipe dream

Basketball Society’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson discussed a LeBron James/Miami Heat Reunion on the Cheap Seats Podcast. Press Play Below To Listen! A second championship for the city of Cleveland and their beloved Cavaliers didn’t happen on Friday when the Golden State Warriors swept them Friday evening. Another Cavs finals loss beckons the question: where

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Jerry Stackhouse credits Dean Smith, Gregg Popovich, Avery Johnson, Don Nelson, Rick Carlisle as coaching influences

Raptors 905 head coach & NBA legend, Jerry Stackhouse checked in with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson and the Scoop B Radio Podcast. Press Play Below To Listen! Taking a cursory look around the NBA, the Orlando Magic, Detroit Pistons and Toronto Raptors are still in the hunt for a new head coach. Names like San

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Manu Ginobili

Manu Ginobili’s impact will never be forgotten

With the elimination of the San Antonio Spurs from the NBA Playoffs, the future of Manu Ginobili is still yet to be determined. 15 years into his career at the age of 39 years old, Ginobili is still dancing with the thought of retirement. As he walked off the court, the San Antonio crowd poured

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LeBron James NBA Resting

The NBA needs to address the dilemma of resting players 

The NBA may have a problem on their hands that can possibly require a solution sooner than later. This problem has been brewing for quite some time, but after these past two weeks, I think it has hit its tipping point. Last Saturday, there was an anticipated match-up between the Golden State Warriors and the San Antonio

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Boban Marjanovic Is The Hero San Antonio Deserves But Not The One It Needs Right Now

A 7’3 gentle lovable giant. That’s what Boban Marjanovic was to the San Antonio Spurs. Tim Duncan and LaMarcus Aldridge were nothing compared to this man. Boban was the light that guided the Spurs last season. He was Steph Curry before Steph Curry. The 2nd coming of Jordan. The 2nd coming of Olajuwon. The Spurs

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Steve Kerr Will Talk To Team About Rest

Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr will let players rest, but will speak with team to discuss the end of the regular season. He said postgame vs San Antonio, “I’m inclined to give some guys some rest if they need it, but I’ve sort of made a pact with the guys that if they are

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Gregg Popovich

Gregg Popovich to miss next two games for Spurs

San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich will miss the next two games due to a family medical situation, according to ESPN.com. ESPN’s Michael C. Wright wrote, A source with knowledge of the situation said Popovich and his family are fine and that there are no medical emergencies or major issues. That is great news knowing

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Gregg popovich, Stephen Curry

Spurs’ Coach Popovich ‘envious’ of Golden State

The Golden State Warriors have demanded the attention of the entire basketball world this season as they have started at a historical pace and are chasing the record set by the ’95-’96 Chicago Bulls for best single season record. One person that’s still in awe of what the team is doing is San Antonio Spurs

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Fisch's Friday Rant

PODCAST: Fisch’s Friday Rant – USA, Joakim Noah, and 40-Yard Dash

Fisch’s Friday Rant makes its weekly debut and this week has four topics on the menu: Joakim Noah coming off the bench for the Bulls Popovich taking the Team USA job Tristan Thompson’s contract with the Cavaliers The 40-yard dash debate between Dirk Nowitzki and Peyton Manning