NBA

Who’s on your Mount Rushmore of NBA ball-handlers?

Mt. Rushmore is often referenced in basketball discussions and when it is, it’s often referred to as the four best at a specific topic. The discussions are usually subjective because often people choose their favorites but it makes for a fun debate. During the NBA’s Handle Week, Stephen Curry gave his Mt. Rushmore of ball-handlers

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Trae Young

Trae Young must be prepared for scrutiny

Trae Young hasn’t even hit the regular season yet and he’s experiencing the heat of the critics. It’s early and after being under the bright lights at the collegiate level, he must be ready for what’s coming next. Trae Young from the logooooooOH NO pic.twitter.com/8BxBkfFGxt — Basketball Society (@BBallSociety_) July 2, 2018 Young had a

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Pump Fake to the Altar: Episode 14 – NBA Draft & Off Season Moves

In this episode of the Pump Fake to the Altar podcast, your hosts Felix John-Baptiste and DJ Allen briefly recap the NBA Finals. They visit everything from Kevin Durant’s haymaker to LeBron’s alleged broken hand. Would LeBron have been better off letting that information be known after Game 1? Should he have not said anything

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Splash Brothers

The “Splash Brothers” Proving Their Value During the Finals

The Oracle Arena erupted continuously as the Golden State Warriors stomped the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, giving the Warriors a 2-0 lead. From a red-hot offense to Stephen Curry swishing desperation shot-clock heaves 28 feet from the rim, the fans got their money’s worth. The bench turned into a different

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NBA Finals

Sunday Fadeaway Episode 21: NBA Finals Discussions

On this week’s episode of the Sunday Fadeaway, Ryan discusses the landscape of the NBA Finals along with the heroic efforts of LeBron James throughout the entire postseason. He also gives his NBA Finals MVP pick, Finals predictions, Bryan Colangelo and his burner account fiasco and much more.  

Stephen Curry

Could this be Stephen Curry’s year for Finals MVP?

The rise of Stephen Curry has been something to watch over the past few years. With two championships and the possibility of winning his third, the one strife against his career in some eyes is the lack of winning a Finals MVP award. With the way he’s played in the playoffs and his performances in

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Pump Fake to the Altar: Episode 13 – NBA Finals Drama

In this episode of Pump Fake to the Altar, your hosts Felix John-Baptiste and DJ Allen discuss all things NBA Finals. After 2 games, all seems to be well in The Bay. The Warriors snuck out of Game 1 with a victory, and Stephen Curry closed the deal in Game 2. Should the Warriors continue

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Golden State Warriors

Why Golden State must send a message in Game 1

There’s never been a time that I remember where the NBA Finals has been so lopsided. The last time I remember it being this bad was in 2004 with Karl Malone and Gary Payton joining the Los Angeles Lakers. With that being said, this is murky waters for the Golden State Warriors which is why

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Golden State

2018 NBA Finals Roundtable: Warriors-Cavs Part 4

It’s part four of the Warriors/Cavs NBA Finals saga. Welcome to our roundtable. Participants: Antonio Losada – @chapulana Kyle Allan – @kallan441 Evan Anderson – @Jordanian21 Felix John-Baptiste – @twosmooth2 1. What’s the no. 1 thing you’ll be watching for in this edition of Cavs/Warriors? Antonio: Cleveland’s second unit–everybody but LeBron–performance,  because I want to know if

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Warriors

The Golden State Warriors are facing their first true test of adversity

The Golden State Warriors are facing adversity for the first time in a while. With Kevin Durant joining the Warriors, the expectations for this team skyrocketed. Adding a bonafide scorer to a 73-win team blew those expectations through the roof. Even after they moonwalked through the playoffs last year, everyone wrote this team in the NBA

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