Stephen Curry

Higher efficiency and more space from Stephen Curry is a problem for the NBA

Stephen Curry is the last player that the NBA wants to see get better. One of the best players on the best team in the league only means that if he gets better, they get better as a collective. Not to mention, he plays alongside Kevin Durant who’s a problem in his own right. Three

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fantasy

The top 10 NBA Fantasy players heading into the 2018-2019 season – part 1 No.10-6

The NBA season is set to begin next week on the 16th of October. That date will also mark the first day that fantasy basketball match-ups begin and line-ups will have to be set. As much fun as it is to watch the beautiful game of basketball for sheer enjoyment, fantasy sports allows us to

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NBA

NBA Roundtable: Awards and season predictions

With the NBA season right around the corner, several of our writers gather for a roundtable discussion giving predictions on who will win the MVP, if the Celtics and Warriors are both the clear-cut No. 1 seeds in their respective conferences and more. Our participants for this edition are: Evan Anderson (@Jordainian21) DJ Allen (@DJAllen23)

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 100: Wait, 100 episodes?!

Looking Around the League Series Episodes: Central | Southeast | Southwest Subscribe to The Atlantic Files on Apple Podcasts | Subscribe to Basketball Society Episode 100 is actually here! Thank you to everyone who has supported and listened to the show thus far! This week, Alex and Mike take a look at the Pacific Division

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Why DeMarcus Cousins will dominate in the 2018-19 NBA season

Too often we expect newly acquired players to fully translate their contributions from their prior team to their new team. However, we should come to the realization that 30 points per game on one team, doesn’t mean 30 points per game on another. At least not for everyone. When it comes to DeMarcus Cousins, we

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James Harden Basketball

Master your basketball fundamentals first

Have you ever heard the saying: “You have to learn how to walk before you can run“? It’s a common phrase that’s used in reference to trusting the process and taking baby steps before getting to the end goal. That same phrase can be used in the game of basketball. What makes the game so

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John Wall

Where do John Wall and the Wizards rank?

With all of the moves that have occurred during the off-season, the Washington Wizards have been on the back burner not making much of a splash. However, John Wall has found a way to keep his team and himself in the headlines. It all started with Wall acknowledging his lack of reference when discussing the

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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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