Nikola Jokic

Nikola Jokic is a top five center in the NBA

Every gameday for the Denver Nuggets, we see Nikola Jokic ball out. Jokic has improved his game over the years and is a top-five center in the NBA. His name deserves to be talked about as much as other centers in the league, including the likes of Joel Embiid. When Jokic is on the court, he

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Early Predictions for the 2017 NBA All-Defensive and All-Rookie teams

Last week I made my predictions for the All-NBA 1st, 2nd and 3rd teams. Today, I make my predictions for both All-Defensive teams as well as making my picks for the best rookies to make the All-Rookie 1st and 2nd teams. NBA All-Defensive 1st Team G: John Wall (4.2 REBS, 2.0 STLS & 0.6 BLKS) G:

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NBA All-Star Weekend 2017: The Future Is Bright

Farewell Kobe. Goodbye Timmy. See ya’ later KG. The pillars of the NBA whom we all grew to love (and hate) have moved on. With that, they’ve taken the last of a generation. The transition from the Jordan era lead to these legends taking over and providing new life to the league. Now that they’ve

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Way Too Early Rookie of the Year Candidates

The 2016 NBA rookie class is just as unpredictable as the rest. Some shined at the 2016 NBA Summer League while others didn’t. Many join teams with solidified starting lineups while others have to fight for minutes. Nothing comes easy for rookies. The ones who work the hardest will survive in the NBA while most

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A Look Into The Offseason: New Orleans Pelicans

The New Orleans Pelicans just couldn’t stay healthy in 2015-2016. Ryan Anderson played 66 games, Jrue Holiday played 65, Anthony Davis played 61, Eric Gordon played 45 and Tyreke Evans played 25. They had a lot of hope in Alvin Gentry’s first season at head coach, but frequent lineup changes slowed down their progression. The

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A Look Into The Offseason: Minnesota Timberwolves

The Minnesota Timberwolves are going through a youth movement. We have been saying this for years, but this movement is finally working. Even though they finished with the leagues fifth worst record, the play of young stars Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns give them promise for the future. They sit one piece away from building a contender.

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Jamal Murray to enter NBA Draft

University of Kentucky star Jamal Murray declared for the 2016 NBA Draft. Kentucky has sent a freshman into the NBA every year since 2009.  Murray said at a press conference, “It’s just the right decision,” Murray is the first Wildcat to declare for the draft. Skal Labissiere and Tyler Ulis are Murray’s teammates expected to

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