The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Ep91: Can Kawhi Leonard turn LeBronto back to Toronto?

The Atlantic Division is on red alert! Kawhi Leonard has finally left San Antonio and has found a new home in Toronto. Will that be a temporary home or a permanent home, well the world may have to wait to find out. This week on the Atlantic Files, Mike and Alex take a look into

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Schmidt Talking Episode 27: Jaylen Adams Seizes the Summer League Opportunity

Jaylen Adams shined in the NBA Summer League. For a player out of the small school of St. Bonaventure, he proved why he belongs in the NBA with the big boys. Adams played in both the Utah and Las Vegas Summer Leagues. In Utah, Adams got off to a little bit of a slow start as

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 90: If healthy, the next Western Conference Power will be the Denver Nuggets, says Mike Bash

The Atlantic Files is back again with a brand new, permanent, co-host! Mike Bash, previously the Brooklyn Nets correspondent of the show, is the new co-host moving forward and we’re glad to have him! This week’s episode of The Atlantic Files features some of the best free agency signings, draft trade outcomes, and summer league

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NBA Summer League

Four Former Bonnies Will Look To Make An Impact in NBA Summer League

On the night of the 2018 NBA Draft, many Bonnie fans watched in hopes of hearing stars Jaylen Adams and Matt Mobley get their names called. Sadly, that was not the case. Despite not getting drafted, they will be playing in the NBA Summer League, as Adams signed with the Atlanta Hawks and Mobley signed

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Markelle Fultz

Summer League should be a must for Markelle Fultz

With the NBA Summer League approaching, it will be an opportunity for rookies and undrafted free agents to showcase their talents in front of fans, coaches, and upper management of the respective franchise they will be representing in Las Vegas. Thankfully, for Markelle Fultz, second-year players are eligible to play in the Summer League to

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Lonzo Ball, Los Angeles Lakers

Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave: Lakers have Big Baller Visions

Welcome to Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave, a subjective Lakers-related column where our resident Laker fans answer a series of questions regarding the Purple & Gold. With the D’Angelo Russell era in the rearview mirror, the Lakers now have Big Baller Visions in mind with the drafting of Lonzo Ball. This edition will be centered around what

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NBA Summer League

Five Players To Watch in the 2017 NBA Summer League

With the NBA Draft over, it is time for NBA fans to focus their attention on the Summer League. With this draft featuring the most freshman ever drafted (14), there will be plenty of players with an opportunity to make an early name for themselves. The first set of games start on July 1 in Orlando

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VIDEO: Fisch’s Friday Rant – Sunday Edition

On a special Sunday edition of Fisch’s Friday Rant, I talk about the Sacramento Kings and how they will fare this season, some final summer league opinions, and how the Orlando Magic are set up for the future.

Who impressed the most in Summer League?

All of the NBA Summer Leagues have officially come to an end. There were many players that impressed in Orlando, Utah, and Las Vegas. Seth Curry, Myles Turner, and Norman Powell are just a few of the young players that impressed during the Summer League, but I didn’t include when taking a look at some

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Why are so many fouls permitted in Summer League?

“It’s only Summer League.” I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard that phrase. It’s a correct statement when saying that you can’t evaluate certain players’ performances because of the level of competition. But while it might be “only Summer League” for some, it’s so much more for these players. This is the chance

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