Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony may have a new home in Houston

When Paul George re-signed with the Oklahoma City Thunder, everyone knew Carmelo Anthony was going to be the odd man out. This move triggers a domino effect that has the Oklahoma City Thunder scrambling to get Carmelo Anthony out of town. A few NBA teams appear to have interest in acquiring Anthony. However, nothing has

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Pump Fake to the Altar NBA

Pump Fake to the Altar: Episode 15 – NBA Free Agency Bonanza

In this episode of the Pump Fake to the Altar podcast, the boys are FIRED UP on free agency. LeBron James to the Lakers, Paul George staying in OKC and DeMarcus Cousins to the Warriors are just some of the surprising signings. How will the 2018-19 NBA regular season play out? To this point, it

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Paul George

Paul George Keeps Thunder Content with New Deal

Paul George recently announced at Russell Westbrook’s free agency party that he will be re-signing with the Oklahoma City Thunder. Declining his player option last week, George signed a four-year, $137M deal with the Thunder, including a player option in the third year. After trading for George last offseason, the team fell just short of

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Collin Sexton NBA

The disrespect by NBA teams has to stop

Parting ways with a good thing is hard. Anyone who’s been in a relationship and has dealt with a break up that they didn’t want to see happen knows this feeling. Missing a good thing is hard. I get it! But the actions from a few of these NBA organizations are starting to look like

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Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony as the sixth-man could be the best situation for him

This season for the Oklahoma City Thunder was an obvious letdown. They added two pieces in Paul George and Carmelo Anthony in hopes of a championship run but they fell short. They only saw a one win improvement from the previous season and they also suffered a first-round loss to the Utah Jazz. However, the

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Spencer Haywood

Former Seattle SuperSonics HOF’er, Spencer Haywood says Seattle ‘desperately needs a team’

Spencer Haywood checks in with Scoop B Radio’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson and discusses Seattle Sonics. Press Play Below To Listen! Unless you’ve lived under a rock, the Oklahoma City Thunder were once the Seattle SuperSonics. Winners of the 1979 NBA Finals, the Sonics, have had some memorable squads and memorable players. You do know that

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Pelicans

Evan Evaluations: A Pelican’s Race

The Western Conference is still on a wavy path seeding teams for the NBA Playoffs. The New Orleans Pelicans are not only fighting for a playoff spot but also an NBA MVP trophy for Anthony Davis. Davis has proved himself as one of the top big men in the league and what better way to prove

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Evan Evaluations: The Wild Wild West

The Western Conference has been hectic this year in the NBA. The Houston Rockets and Golden State Warriors have separated themselves in the Western Conference from the rest of the competition, but the rest of the teams are fighting for their lives. From number three and down, the Western Conference is up for grabs when

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NBA

NBA franchises with the least sense of direction

During the NBA offseason, we get to see which teams will tend to take a leap, or what teams will do to regress for the upcoming season. This offseason we have seen teams like Boston, who obtained Gordon Hayward, as well as the 3rd overall pick in Jayson Tatum, improve their team to make a

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Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder

VIDEO: Russell Westbrook 2016-17 MVP Short Film

Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook averaged a triple-double during his 2016-17 regular season campaign and led his squad to the Western Conference’s 6th seed, which coalesced itself into the NBA’s MVP award for Mr. “Why Not?” Although they fell in five games to Westbrook’s former running mate James Harden and his Houston Rockets in

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