The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 108: Boston Celtics staying patient

Subscribe to The Atlantic Files on Apple Podcasts || Subscribe to Basketball Society on Apple Podcasts Mike and Alex return again to talk about a couple of the Atlantic teams that they’ve neglected a little bit throughout this season so far. The Boston Celtics and New York Knicks get a little check-up, plus the guys

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Jayson Tatum

Jayson Tatum Reminds People He Wears No. 0 Because of Gilbert Arenas

Boston Celtics second-year wing Jayson Tatum is often linked to his idol, Kobe Bryant. Tatum often makes reference to the Laker great as such, and even had a chance to work on his post game with Kobe this past summer. But make no mistake, every player has an entire cast of influences on their game.

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Markelle Fultz

It’s time for Sixers fans to stop comparing Markelle Fultz to Jayson Tatum

By: Max Mangigian It’s been less than a week and I am already done with the constant Jayson Tatum and Markelle Fultz comparisons. As a Sixers fan, I recognize that the Sixers have made their fair share of mistakes recently. Personally, I was against the trade that saw Boston and Philadelphia swap picks for the

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 103: Toronto Raptors could win the division

Subscribe to The Atlantic Files on Apple Podcasts || Subscribe to Basketball Society NBA basketball is finally back! The first regular season episode of The Atlantic Files is also here! Mike and Alex are here to break down what happened in the opening week and to give some serious thoughts on the Toronto Raptors. The

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Sixers

Sixers’ Shooters a Non-factor in Opening Night Loss to Celtics

Just 12 days ago, the Sixers played the Dallas Mavericks in China. JJ Redick scored 28 points and didn’t miss one shot. Landry Shamet and Furkan Korkmaz came off the bench and provided a significant scoring touch that helped them get the win. Naturally, I thought I would write an article about how the Sixers

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NBA

Ranking the best young cores heading into the 2018-2019 NBA season

Yes Golden State Warriors, we get that you currently have the best roster and won’t be beaten anytime soon, most likely (thanks for making that abundantly clear DeMarcus Cousins). However, as superstars get older, there are always younger players developing behind them, waiting to unseat these veteran superstars as the NBA’s next elite level talent. With

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Jayson Tatum

Celtics young star Jayson Tatum thinks Carmelo Anthony will fit well in Houston

Recently on the Bill Simmons podcast, Celtics stud Jayson Tatum sat down to discuss various topics including his young NBA career, Brad Stevens, high school and college hoops, and his focus for next season. The rookie (now sophomore) made a huge splash on the NBA radar by seamlessly fitting into the Celtics scheme. Offensively and defensively,

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 96: The Boston Celtics biggest question mark is a third string guard

Previous Year in Review Episodes: Nets | Sixers | Raptors | Knicks Subscribe to The Atlantic Files on Apple Podcasts | Subscribe to Basketball Society on Apple Podcasts The final team of the Year in Review series is finally here! Mike Bash and Alex Fischbein wrap up the Atlantic Files Year in Review with the

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Kobe Bryant

Celtics’ Jayson Tatum says Kobe Bryant helped him with his post game

Boston Celtics small forward Jayson Tatum worked out with former Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant earlier this summer and Tatum says Bryant helped him with his post game. Bryant was Tatum’s favorite player growing up and Tatum tried to model his game after Bryant’s. The 20-year-old had a sound rookie season with Boston, averaging 13.9 points, 5.0

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The Fadeaway

The Fadeaway Episode 24: Jayson Tatum’s HS Coach, Monroe Douglass Jr. Joins the Show!

Monroe Douglass Jr. joins The Fadeaway this week! He is an assistant coach at one of the premier high school programs in the country, Chaminade High School, in St. Louis. He has coached and played with some great basketball players highlighted by Jayson Tatum. Douglass and Ryan discuss Chaminade hoops, Tatum’s rise to stardom and

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