Sunday Fadeaway

Sunday Fadeaway Episode 3

On the third episode of The Sunday Fadeaway host Ryan Calpin and special contributor Ryan Dieter (@thedeetz63) dive into LeBron’s future with the Cavs, MVP favorites and a breakdown of the Southwest Division. They also have new topics for this week’s Crossover and Buzzer Beater. Make sure to tune in and follow to join the

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VIDEO: Russell Westbrook’s five best games of his MVP season

Russell Westbrook was named the MVP of the 2016-17 regular season at last night’s first ever NBA Awards show in New York City, being recognized as the league’s most valuable player in the league after averaging a triple-double (31.6 points, 10.7 rebounds and 10.4 assists per game) and leading the Oklahoma City Thunder to 47

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2016-17 NBA Awards, Russell Westbrook

2016-17 NBA Awards Roundtable

It’s that time of year again. The regular season has wrapped up and the postseason is on its way. So, the most popular topic in between is who will be receiving all of the hardware. There have been plenty of debates over the 2016-17 NBA Awards, and they’ll continue well after the winners are announced.

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Three NBA Thoughts For The First Week of 2017

As we are in the beginning of the 2017 year, I wanted to dive into three topics that have been hot among basketball and hoops fans alike. So far the NBA season has been something of greatness and it seems like the next few months leading into June will only carry more amazing entertainment. 1.

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Tina Charles

Tina Charles eyeing her best season yet and MVP

The New York Liberty, coached by former Detroit Bad Boy Bill Laimbeer, are fresh off of an Eastern Conference Finals appearance last season. Currently, they are 2-3 through the first five games of the season, but one veteran on the team is enjoying the best season of her career so far. Tina Charles, the six year pro,

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VIDEO: Russell Westbrook repeats as All-Star MVP

This All-Star Weekend was filled with entertaining matchups, crazy dunks, a legend’s farewell, and record setting offense. It was a great weekend to say the least. Russell Westbrook probably feels the same way as he decided to go for 31 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists, and 5 steals. Last year, he turned in a 41-point

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Stephen Curry, James Harden

James Harden Says He Should Have Been MVP

Last year, there were tons and tons of debates on who was going to win the MVP. Fans were arguing the MVP case for Anthony Davis, LeBron James, Steph Curry, and James Harden. We even made the case for the top MVP candidates who could have won the award. Steph Curry was leading the Warriors

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Elena Delle Donne Wins WNBA MVP

Elena Delle Donne of the Chicago Sky has officially been named the WNBA MVP for the 2015 season. Congrats to @De11eDonne!!! #MVPStatus #StriveForGreatness — LeBron James (@KingJames) September 16, 2015 Coming from the small state of Delaware, Delle Donne carved her own path to the number two pick in the 2013 draft. She turned down playing

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Way Too Early Predictions: Kevin Durant Will Win MVP

You read the title correctly. Yes, I know that is only July 23 as I write this prediction. Where would the fun be if we can’t make ridiculously early predictions? Everyone missed one team in the postseason this season and the biggest cause of the Oklahoma City Thunder’s downfall would be the injury bug. Kevin

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LeBron James

MVP Case No. 5: LeBron “King” James

Everyday this week, the society members have been making individual cases for the top players deserving MVP consideration. If you want to see the other cases click on the links below: 1.  Chris Paul done by Aram Cannuscio (@ACannus) 2. James Harden done by Martin Soaries (@marley_mcfly) 3.  Stephen Curry done by Chris St. Jean (@CSaint3) 4. Anthony Davis done by Alfonso De Falco

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