Lakers

Lakers Lair Ep. 5: Recapping the Lakers first two preseason games

Finally!! The moment that not only the Laker Nation has been waiting for but the rest of the NBA as well. The debut of LeBron James wearing a Lakers jersey. LeBron brought some excitement in his Staples Center debut as a Laker. pic.twitter.com/riydT5JuEr — Basketball Society (@BBallSociety_) October 3, 2018 Who cares if it is

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NBA Summer League

Basketball Society’s All-Summer League 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Teams

The Las Vegas Summer League just finished up yesterday when the Portland Trail Blazers convincingly defeated the Lakers in the championship game. Before the game, Josh Hart was named the Summer League MVP. Today, we at Basketball Society have put together our 1st, 2nd, and 3rd All-Summer League teams from Las Vegas. Here they are

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Brandon Ingram, Los Angeles Lakers

What I’ll be looking for from Brandon Ingram in his Summer League appearance

Los Angeles Lakers forward Brandon Ingram intends to play a “handful” of NBA Summer League games in Las Vegas according to general manager Rob Pelinka, and the second year forward has plans to govern the Thomas & Mack Center with an iron basketball fist. This summer league will be a lot easier,” Ingram said. “I

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Knicks Notes: Trade Talks and Draft Picks

The Now How did we get here? Well, after a super disappointing season, we followed it up with more trade talk surrounding TWO of our best players. Kristaps Porzingis is now reportedly in the mix. A move of this magnitude would sum up the history of the organization. It would be the epitome of a

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Villanova

Villanova takes the Big East, looks to challenge of repeating as national champions

The defending national champion Villanova Wildcats captured their third ever Big East championship on Saturday night, defeating Creighton 74-60 at Madison Square Garden. Our own Felix John-Baptiste asked Villanova head coach Jay Wright after the game about the prospect of repeating and what it’s been like having that target on their backs all season: Just knowing that

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Villanova

Lack of Depth Harming Villanova’s Chances of Repeating as National Champions?

When Villanova started their 2016-2017 season there was much belief in the college basketball world that they could realistically repeat as national champions. These Wildcats lost two of their starters in Ryan Arcidiacono and Daniel Ochefu due to graduation last year. It was easy to see the value that each of them brought in terms of leadership and

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Lonzo Ball

3 legitimate contenders for the Naismith Award

The nation’s most valuable player, an honor given to a student-athlete who has shown a superiority above all others in the game of basketball. This year in men’s college basketball, we have seen a fair share of awe-inspiring individual performances. These performances build excitement and create intrigue for all college basketball fans to see. The

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