Isiah Thomas

Scoop B: Hoops HOF’er Isiah Thomas explains developing business portfolio, mom’s influence, Black Lives Matters

Basketball Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas checked in with Scoop B Radio’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson. Press Play Below To Listen! Naismith Basketball Hall of Famer and two-time Detroit Pistons champion, Isiah Thomas has an eclectic body of work. Known for his skill on the court during the Pistons’ “Bad Boy” era, Thomas is currently a

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Isiah Barber

NBA HOF’er Isiah Thomas says Grandmaster Flash, Tupac and P-Funk have all graced his music playlist

Naismith Basketball Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas checked in with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson and discussed his musical preferences on Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen!  Elected to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in 2000, Isiah Thomas was a member of the two-time NBA Champion Detroit Pistons during their “Bad Boy” era.

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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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Jaylen Brown has the skill set to succeed in Boston

The Boston Celtics made a bold move at the 2016 NBA Draft selecting University of California forward Jaylen Brown with the no.3 pick. The organization wanted a blockbuster, but the price was too high. Many expected the Celtics to select either Jamal Murray, Buddy Hield or Kris Dunn, but Brown filled a bigger need on the wing.

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Fun With Numbers: Chris Paul Is 4th All-Time In 20-Point/10-Assist Games

Chris Paul is one of those players that we will truly not appreciate until he is gone. Paul has been a top 3 point guard in the league since he stepped foot onto an NBA court. Arguably, he’s been the best. Last night against the Knicks, Paul showed his dominance. The Clippers beat the Knicks

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Raptors’ Lou Williams Wins 6th Man Award

The NBA just announced it’s first winner of an end of season award today. Lou Williams of the Toronto Raptors has won the Kia NBA Sixth Man of the Year Award. This honor is given to the league’s best reserve player. Congratulations @TeamLou23 — the 2015 @Kia Sixth Man of the Year! http://t.co/P0NYw4dDzW#KiaSixth#6Man#WeTheNorthpic.twitter.com/xpj7Z7e9wi — Toronto

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NBA Generations Top-Five Roundtable (2)

For Part 1 of the Panel’s top five choices, click here.   Participants:   Cyril Mpacko – @Cee_Armel DJ Allen – @DJAllen23 Martin Soares – @marley_mcfly Ryan Kirk – @rlk716   1980s Mpacko: Michael Jordan – ’84 Hakeem Olajuwon – ’84 Isiah Thomas – ’81 Charles Barkley – ’84 David Robinson -’87 The 1980’s saw

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NBA Generations Top-Five Roundtable (1)

At lunch tables, barbershops, and bar-stools around the world, there are always debates about the best basketball players to ever touch the hardwood.  Remember that saying, “back in my day” that your uncle uttered at family reunions? If so, then this is probably a discussion that you have had or heard multiple times. What makes

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