Free agents

Looking ahead at the top NBA free agents in 2019

2018 was an odd year in free agency. One-year contracts seemed to be the theme of the summer, with seemingly half of the free agents signing either one-year deals or a two-year deal, with an option to opt-out after the first year. The reason behind so many of these one-year contracts is because only a

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Splash Brothers

The “Splash Brothers” Proving Their Value During the Finals

The Oracle Arena erupted continuously as the Golden State Warriors stomped the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, giving the Warriors a 2-0 lead. From a red-hot offense to Stephen Curry swishing desperation shot-clock heaves 28 feet from the rim, the fans got their money’s worth. The bench turned into a different

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Scoop B: Cavs & Warriors’ NBA Finals Pt. IV & 76ers ‘burner’ Twitter accounts

Cavaliers and Warriors, Wariors and Cavaliers…it feels like watching all of the Rocky Balboa movies all over again; except it’s basketball! Tonight the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors play Game 1 of their fourth go aroung in the 2018 NBA Finals. I spoke with Christian Heimall on the Press Row Podcast and discussed the

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Kevin Durant

Golden State can’t fall victim to the Kevin Durant show

We saw two different teams in the first two games of the Western Conference Finals but the one consistent theme was Kevin Durant. There was no stopping the guy as he was a walking bucket getting whatever he wanted on the floor. With that being said, Durant’s greatness came in the absence of the others. The

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Key storylines for Warriors-Spurs heading into Game 3

The red-hot shooting of Klay Thompson No other player in this series has left as big an imprint as Klay Thompson. Using the gift that has made him into the elite player he is today, his sweet stroke has been crippling any chance of a Spurs upset. In the opening game of the series, Thompson

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Klay Thompson, Golden State Warriors

Does Klay Thompson deserve to be considered a Top 10 player?

LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Kawhi Leonard, Steph Curry, Russell Westbrook, and James Harden. Without a doubt, I see those players as the 6 best players in the NBA. After that, it begins to get tougher. Chris Paul, Anthony Davis, Giannis Antetokounmpo, John Wall, Paul George, and Draymond Green are just some of the players that

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Nick Young and Kevin Durant Golden State Warriors

The Golden State Warriors are having the best off-season

Off of a superb regular season and an even better playoff run, the Golden State Warriors are having the best offseason thus far. Did they sign a “superstar”? No, but they did make some high-quality moves that can elevate them to an even higher level…. Who would’ve thought! First off they made necessary moves in

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Klay Thompson: Ice Cold but still a Difference Maker

Klay Thompson is a premier shooter in this league. That’s a no-brainer. The other half of the Splash Brothers once again finished second in the league in three-pointers made in the regular season. Klay Thompson’s scoring barrages have shown us how proficient he is from deep. We’ve seen him score 60 points in 29 minutes

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Klay Thompson

The Warriors need Klay Thompson’s offense if they’re going to win an NBA Championship

Struggle is the correct word to describe Klay Thompson’s performance during this postseason. Shots that usually fall aren’t dropping and shots that he usually takes, he’s passing up which is unlike him. While the presence of Kevin Durant takes a lot of pressure off of Stephen Curry, Draymond Green, and even Thompson, the Golden State

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Desperation is running high in Portland

The Portland Trail Blazers have found themselves in a position of win or go home. Desperation is running high as they attempt to find an answer to come away with a victory. Game 3 was a tale of two halves that began as an energetic run by Portland. Their defense was swarming, the ball was

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