Lakers

Analyzing each Los Angeles Lakers free agents not named LeBron James.

The Los Angeles Lakers wasted no time in building their roster for the 2018-2019 season after inking LeBron James to a four-year deal.  In the first 48 hours of free agency, Rob Pelinka and Magic Johnson made splashes by signing a plethora of players to help them compete for the Larry O’Brien trophy. While the James

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Blazers Pelicans

Game Notes: Two Things to Watch for in Blazers/Pelicans Game 2

Often seen as an afterthought in the Western Conference, the New Orleans Pelicans came out in game one of their series against the Portland Trail Blazers and showed that they will be a tough out over the next week and a half. Despite a bad shooting night and falling down by 19, the Blazers managed

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Winners and Losers in NBA Free Agency

Less than one week into NBA free agency, NBA franchises have combined to spend billions of dollars on NBA free agents. Unrestricted free agents were quick to sign contracts, giving max players over $130 million and average players over $50 million. With the rise in salary cap, teams are taking advantage of it to improve

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Fonzy’s Top 10 2017 NBA Free Agents: Point Guards

I know we are in the NBA Playoffs but it is never too early to look at the upcoming free agents in the 2017 NBA Offseason. I will be looking at the top 10 free agents of each position. First up, the top 10 free agent point guards, in my opinion. 10. Yogi Ferrell Team:

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Bulls

Rajon Rondo’s Absence Is a Huge Issue For the Bulls

The Chicago Bulls have a huge issue. Right after the refreshing team play in game 2 lead by “playoff Rondo,” the news came out that the 4-time All-Star would miss at least the rest of the series with a fractured thumb. Many wondered what the combination of Michael Carter-Williams and Jerian Grant would provide in

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Rajon Rondo, 2017 NBA Playoffs

Fisch’s Friday Rant: Rajon Rondo, Fines, and Celebrations

Last week on Fisch’s Friday Rant, I gave some of my thoughts and predictions about what would happen in the first round of the 2017 NBA Playoffs. Well, this week, it’s time to talk about some of the things that happened so far in the first round. We have injuries like Rajon Rondo’s and Rudy

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Bulls

Confident Bulls Are Simply Exploiting the Celtics Flaws

Rajon Rondo wanted to make sure the Chicago Bulls left his original home of Boston something to remember them by in game 2. The much maligned former All-Star played his best brand of basketball on Tuesday night. He fell just short of a triple-double with 11 points, 14 assists (ties Bulls playoff record) and 9 rebounds.

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NBA Playoffs

2017 NBA Playoffs: Boston Celtics vs. Chicago Bulls Preview

In a somewhat surprising 1/8 seed matchup, the Boston Celtics will take on the Chicago Bulls starting this Sunday in round 1 of the NBA Playoffs. Both teams know that they have alot of work to do in order to get to the next round as this will not be the traditional 1/8 seed wash

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Bulls

The Bulls are the Weirdest Team in the NBA

There is no secret that the Chicago Bulls are my favorite team. Yet this season I have avoided writing about them for the last few months. It is not because I dislike watching them play or I have given up interest. I simply just do not know what to make of this basketball team. The

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Bulls

Rondo-led Bulls Embracing Culture Change

They were supposed to struggle. How will Rondo, Wade, and Butler co-exist? How will they stretch the floor? All of these questions were supposed to define the supposedly offensively anemic Chicago Bulls entering the 2016-2017 season. But this is why you play the game. The Chicago Bulls are 3-0 and off to their best start

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