Carmelo Anthony

Will Carmelo Anthony finally embrace a bench role in Houston?

Carmelo Anthony has officially signed his deal with the Houston Rockets, and immediately conversations began regarding what role Anthony should play with H-Town. Two of our writers agree that Anthony should look to come off the bench with Houston, despite the fact that he remains adamant that he’s still a starter. Strika: Last September, Carmelo

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Nikola Jokic

Nikola Jokic Deserves Every Penny Of His Expected Deal

The Denver Nuggets yesterday agreed to decline Nikola Jokic’s $1.6 million team option for the 2018-2019 NBA season, making him a restricted free agent. This allows the Nuggets to match all outside offers, but they are expected to reach a long-term agreement before even receiving any offer sheets. Jokic plans to sign a five-year maximum

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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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Ricky Rubio

The Rubio Way: Utah Jazz Showing Scary Sign Of Upset

In Game 3 of the Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Utah Jazz first-round series, Ricky Rubio turned on the switch. He became an unexpected great offensive option for the Jazz. He finished the first half with 19 points, seven rebounds, and six assists, fully taking control of the game. It felt as though the whole world

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The spotlight of the NBA is slowly drifting away from LeBron James

LeBron James is someone who isn’t shy of the spotlight. He’s been heralded the king since high school and has been the star of the show ever since. However, in the past couple of years, that spotlight on James has changed and I think he has noticed that as well. The phrase “face of the

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How the outcome of the Thunder-Jazz series can impact both franchises

The opening weekend of the NBA Playoffs included a 116-108 Oklahoma City Thunder win over the Utah Jazz. “Playoff P” (Paul George) introduced himself to the Thunder home crowd, and Donovan Mitchell showed toughness by playing through an injury/pain. Regardless of how this series turns out, the outcome could affect both franchises in different ways.

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NBA

NBA Roundtable: What’s Next for OKC? NCAA Talent Pool in Danger?

One of the best months of basketball continues with the NCAA Tournament and the race for the NBA Playoffs in full swing. We got together this week to talk about future NBA prospect decisions, Kevin Durant, the Oklahoma City Thunder, and more. Writers this week: Sean Linhares – @Linhares_BBS Justin Kirkland – @jkirk41 Evan Anderson

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Fantasy

2017-2018 Top 10 NBA Fantasy: Point Guards

With the 2017-2018 NBA season right around the corner, the fantasy draft rooms are filling up. With one of the craziest offseasons we have seen in recent memory, the fantasy landscape has also changed. A bulk of the fantasy stat sheet stuffers come from the point guard position. Ranking them from 1-10 proved to be

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Is John Wall the best two-way point guard in the NBA?

John Wall has taken the league by storm ever since he came into the league in 2010 as the no. 1 overall pick out of Kentucky. John Wall has climbed a legitimate ladder of career success in his seven NBA seasons. Wall has shown us that with his combination of athleticism, speed, and agility, he

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