Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 76

You were probably expecting some kind of London joke or reference to start this out, weren’t you? Well, you were wrong. Instead, in episode 76 of The Atlantic Files, Alex Fischbein talks about the New York Knicks and their recent struggles. The game notes make a return, but this time they are exposing some lazy

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The Process

The Process Disciples: Across The Pond

We are The Process Disciples, welcome to our dojo where we study the art of “Sam Hinkie Specials” and trust every process in life. This is the subgroup of Sixers faithful in Basketball Society where we answer questions about all of the happenings in Philadelphia. The Sixers are in London this week, and they have

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Jayson Tatum, Boston Celtics

Jayson Tatum: Stepping Up for the Contending Celtics

Leading up to the 2017 NBA Draft, three names stood out from the rest, and Jayson Tatum was not one of them. Markelle Fultz, Lonzo Ball, and Josh Jackson dominated the headlines as the draft approached and it seemed as if Jayson Tatum was a mere afterthought. It was a shame because Tatum just had

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Frank Ntilikina

The Defensive Short: Frank Ntilikina

Year in and year out, we critique how effective rookies are on offense. Very rarely do we discuss their defensive impact but today we will discuss the superb defense of Frank Ntilikina. The number eight pick in the 2017 NBA Draft uses his length to his advantage. At 6’5” with a wingspan of 7’, he has

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The Sunday Fadeaway: Episode 9: Trouble in LA?

Tune into the ninth episode of The Sunday Fadeaway as host Ryan Calpin discusses the red-hot Boston Celtics, the surprising Detroit Pistons as well as the slumping Orlando Magic and Memphis Grizzlies. Among teams trending in opposite directions, The Fadeaway also takes a deeper dive into the troubles surrounding the Los Angeles Clippers and the

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NBA MVP

Way Too Early NBA MVP Favorites For 2017-18

We are a little over a month into the NBA season and it has been a fun one thus far, to say the least. You have a lot of teams surprising like the Rockets leading the Western Conference or the Celtics dominating their play so far in the Eastern Conference after a slow start. How

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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 70

Episode 70 of The Atlantic Files is here and we’re ready to talk about the Boston Celtics. That’s the Eastern Conference-leading Boston Celtics. Kyrie Irving’s team that is currently doing better than LeBron’s team. In this episode, we go over the differences in Kyrie’s game and leadership abilities from last season compared to this season.

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Kyrie Irving

Kyrie Irving’s Handles Take Center Stage As Lonzo Ball Continues To Struggle

Listen, man, God bless Kentavious Caldwell-Pope for working his butt off and trying his best to stick with Kyrie and even more blessings for trying to get back and defend an already-rising Aaron Baynes. But at some point, you’ve got to sit back and remember that you only signed a one-year deal with the Lakers,

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Basketball Journeys Q&A with overseas hooper Omari Knox

Every basketball lifer has their own unique journey. Basketball Journeys focuses on capturing and unpacking the stories of players, coaches, and lifers who have experienced the impact of their dedication to the game over time. Our writer Felix John-Baptiste talked with former Bloomfield College and St. Peters College guard, and current overseas hooper Omari Knox.

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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 67

The new NBA season is finally ready to tipoff! Obviously, this means we need to predict every single thing that will happen this season, and how the Atlantic Division will fare against the rest of the league. Okay, we might not predict how many times Drake gets hype at a Raptors game, but we do

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