The Fadeaway

The Fadeaway Episode 25: Special Guest Matt Hurd says Spurs won’t make the Playoffs

Special Guest Matt Hurd joined The Fadeaway this week to discuss the reactions from Summer League, the way way too early Western Conference predictions and much more! There were many stand out stars in this leagues Vegas Summer League, some expected and some not so much. But at the end of the day both Calpin

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Andrew Wiggins

Society Top 50: No. 43 – Andrew Wiggins

Name: Andrew Wiggins Position: 43 Team: Minnesota Timberwolves 2016-2017 Regular Season General Stats: 23.6 PPG, 4.0 RPG, 2.3 APG, 1.0 SPG, 45.2 FG% 35.6 #P%, 76 FT% 2016-2017 Regular Season Advanced Stats: 16.5 PER, .534 TS%, 4.2 WS, 0.2 OBPM, -2.9 DBPM, -0.6 VORP The Breakdown: When you talk about guys that you’re waiting to

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Ramifications of the biggest NBA offseason moves

With the NBA offseason winding down, teams are most likely set with their big roster moves heading into the 2017-2018 season. There have been some wild moves that we did not expect to happen when the offseason started. Let’s take a look at some ramifications of the biggest NBA moves this summer. Paul George to

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Fisch's Friday Rant, Paul George, Russell Westbrook

Fisch’s Friday Rant: Saturday Goodies Vol.2

Wow, that Friday night was hectic! Paul George getting shipped away from the East, players getting re-signed right at midnight, and reporters battling back and forth to tweet the latest signings. More and more news was coming out just minutes after each other. That being said, the Friday Rant had to be re-recorded to reflect

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Tyronn Lue

Fisch’s Friday Rant: Tyronn Lue’s comments, Lakers, and Wolves

Tyronn Lue, after a shocking loss to the Boston Celtics just earlier this week, said that they are harder to gameplan against than the Golden State Warriors. Oh, that was without Isaiah Thomas as well. Look Lue, I understand what you were trying to get at about Brad Stevens’ sets without Thomas. However, you need

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Ricky Rubio’s Late Season Resurgence May or May Not Be For Real

After struggling through the majority of the season, a resurgent Ricky Rubio has hit his stride late in the year; but once again Rubio has left the Minnesota Timberwolves with plenty of questions about his future. I’m a late person. I tend to misjudge times or sleep late, get distracted or forget altogether. It’s pretty incredible.

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Is Anthony Bennett the biggest draft bust of all time?

On the night of the 2013 NBA Draft, the Cleveland Cavaliers selected Anthony Bennett with the first overall selection. Many announcers and fans, including myself, were left in complete shock. The 2013 class itself was not the strongest, but it did have a few potential bright spots with Nerlens Noel, Victor Oladipo and C.J. McCollum,

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Zach LaVine

Outgrowing pains: Predicting the eventual departure of Zach LaVine from Minnesota

For the first time in a long time, the Minnesota Timberwolves are relevant. What makes them so isn’t due to any particular success as of late, but because of their darling possession of one of the most attractive young cores of the future. The youngest team in the NBA features the 2014 no. 1 overall pick Andrew Wiggins,

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VIDEO: Zach LaVine nets career-high 40 points vs. Kings

If you’ve watched Zach LaVine at any extent this season it’s been clear that he’s figuring things out. When you say that about a player it means they’re starting to realize their capabilities. LaVine went for 40 points on 13-of-21 shooting from the field and 7-of-12 from three in 39 minutes of action. Though it came

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Kevin Martin

The overlooked career of Kevin Martin

Kevin Martin announced his retirement this past Thursday by posting an ad in the Zanesville Times Recorder: Thank you, thank you, thank you. There’s not a more perfect day for me to express those feelings. There are so many ways to announce your after professional career plans. My family and close friends have known since

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