How The Cleveland Cavaliers Are Showing There’s No “I” In Team

You may have been worried about LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers starting 0-2 against the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals. In Games 1 and 2, the Cavaliers continued to struggle with their lack of defense and role player inconsistency. Celtics forward Jaylen Brown looked comfortable out there dropping 23 points in both

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Over and Under: The 2003 NBA Draft

The 2003 NBA Draft is regarded as one of the best drafts in NBA history. Four of the top five picks (LeBron James #1, Carmelo Anthony #3, Chris Bosh #4 and Dwyane Wade #5) have been selected to multiple All-Star games, All-NBA teams, and Olympic teams, as well as a few championships for some. Including

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Fonzy’s Top 10 2017 NBA Free Agents: Shooting Guards

A few days ago, I made my top 10 free agent point guards heading into the NBA Offseason. Today, I will be ranking my top 10 free agent shooting guards. 10. Vince Carter Team: Memphis Grizzlies Type of FA: Unrestricted 2016-2017 season stats: 8.0 points, 3.1 rebounds & 1.8 assists Vince Carter has said that

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The Outlook On Atlanta After The Kyle Korver Trade

The Cavaliers search for an outside shooter is now over as they completed a trade that sends Mike Dunleavy, Mo Williams, cash, and a protected 2019 first round pick to Atlanta. In return, they obtained Kyle Korver. Korver is 35 years old, and shooting 40.9% from three point land this season. This move shows that

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Kyle Korver

Fisch’s Friday Rant: Kyle Korver, Cleveland Outlaw

Cleveland has a new sharpshooting outlaw in town. He has roamed the cities of Philadelphia, Salt Lake City, Chicago, and Atlanta, but he now has a home in the rough state of Ohio. Has he come to lockdown the best shooters of Golden State, well, no. He has come to do one thing, and one

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My four underrated NBA three-point shooters

After listening to “The Vertical with J.J. Redick” I was inspired to provide my list of underrated shooters. Redick had a conversation with another great shooter in Kyle Korver, where they both gave their opinion on their four underrated shooters who don’t get enough credit. Some of the names included were Peja Stojakovic, Glen Rice,

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2015-16 NBA Preseason Rankings: No. 12: Atlanta Hawks

The Atlanta Hawks were one of the more surprising teams last season. They posted a franchise best 60-22 record, including going undefeated (17-0) in the month of January. The team had four players (Jeff Teague, Kyle Korver, Paul Millsap, Al Horford) voted to the All-Star Game which has only happened seven times in the history

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Game 3 Preview: Hawks vs. Cavaliers

The Cleveland Cavaliers are in a commanding 2-0 position in the Eastern Conference Finals. They have the next two games at home and are trying to take a 3-0 lead tonight in Game 3. Kyrie Irving is questionable for tonight’s game as he sat out Game 2 in Atlanta. Without Irving the Cavaliers still fared

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Top 10 Shooting Guards in the NBA Today

Previous Top 10 Lists:   Top 10 Centers in the NBA Top 10 Power Forwards in the NBA Top 10 Small Forwards in the NBA The shooting guard position is one of the more confusing ones to analyze. With Kobe and Wade now aging, there aren’t too many shooting guards that we would categorize as

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Fisch’s Friday Rant: Atlanta Hawks’ Troubles

The Atlanta Hawks, the same team that went 60-22, seem to be struggling a little bit so far this postseason. You probably read that last sentence thinking, “Well duh.” Although, I’ve been trying to figure out what exactly is going on in ATL. At first, I thought maybe it’s just from playoff jitters. Then, I

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