Kawhi Leonard

Kawhi Leonard fires back at Gregg Popovich for leadership comments

Kawhi Leonard’s dramatic summer saga with the San Antonio Spurs ended with his former squad shipping him to the Toronto Raptors for All-Star DeMar DeRozan, and many assumed there would be minimal aftershocks at least until the two teams squared off against each other in San Antonio on Jan. 3.  Over the weekend, we were

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Villanova’s Jay Wright is “most influential coach” says Charlotte Hornets assistant, Jay Hernandez

Check out Charlotte Hornets assistant coach Jay Hernandez’s April 2018 chat with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson via Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen! Villanova University’s head men’s basketball coach, Jay Wright is living his best life in 2018.  With an overall coaching record of  544–250, Wright is a winner of a his second

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 99: Southwest Division Predictions

Looking Around the League Series Episodes: Central | Southeast Subscribe to The Atlantic Files on Apple Podcasts | Subscribe to Basketball Society Mike Bash and Alex Fischbein are joined, this week, by Wahaj Mallick of the Back to the Basket Podcast. Not only do the guys take a look around the Southwest Division and make

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Manu Ginobili

Manu Ginobili on retiring: ‘I am very sure about the decision, it’s still awkward’

Manu Ginobili made his first public comments Saturday since he retired from the NBA back in August. Speaking to Spurs reporters, Ginobili said it wasn’t easy to walk away from the game he loves, but is confident he made the right decision. “I am very sure about the decision. It’s still awkward,” Ginobili said. “But my

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Thanks to Tim Donaghy, LeBron’s Cavs & Steve Nash’s Suns never met in ’07 Finals, says Amare Stoudemire

Last weekend, Steve Nash was enshrined into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. An eight-time NBA All-Star, the decorated Canadian basketball player was a seven-time All-NBA selection and was named the NBA’s Most Valuable Player while playing for the Phoenix Suns. One of Nash’s best assets? Amare Stoudemire. Nash and Stoudemire were teammates in Phoenix

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Rudy Gay

Rudy Gay feels ‘athletic again,’ happy to be reunited with DeMar DeRozan

After suffering a season-ending ruptured left Achilles tendon injury in 2017 with the Sacramento Kings, San Antonio Spurs small forward Rudy Gay finally feels 100 percent and can’t wait to get the 2018-19 season started. Gay re-signed with the Spurs this offseason on a one-year, $10 million deal and knows he will be more productive in

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The Fadeaway

The Fadeaway Episode 25: Special Guest Matt Hurd says Spurs won’t make the Playoffs

Special Guest Matt Hurd joined The Fadeaway this week to discuss the reactions from Summer League, the way way too early Western Conference predictions and much more! There were many stand out stars in this leagues Vegas Summer League, some expected and some not so much. But at the end of the day both Calpin

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Pump Fake to the Altar: Episode 16 – Why is there so much ‘hate’ for Carmelo Anthony?

Is the art of the mid-range game dead? Many individuals say it’s not. If that’s the case, then why is there so much grief for Carmelo Anthony? In this episode of the Pump Fake to the Altar podcast, your hosts Felix John-Baptiste and DJ Allen discuss the prolific scorer. He has operated in the mid-range

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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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The Fadeaway

The Fadeaway Episode 24: Jayson Tatum’s HS Coach, Monroe Douglass Jr. Joins the Show!

Monroe Douglass Jr. joins The Fadeaway this week! He is an assistant coach at one of the premier high school programs in the country, Chaminade High School, in St. Louis. He has coached and played with some great basketball players highlighted by Jayson Tatum. Douglass and Ryan discuss Chaminade hoops, Tatum’s rise to stardom and

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