NBA Summer League

Four Former Bonnies Will Look To Make An Impact in NBA Summer League

On the night of the 2018 NBA Draft, many Bonnie fans watched in hopes of hearing stars Jaylen Adams and Matt Mobley get their names called. Sadly, that was not the case. Despite not getting drafted, they will be playing in the NBA Summer League, as Adams signed with the Atlanta Hawks and Mobley signed

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Donovan Mitchell

Terry Rozier, Donovan Mitchell impacting NBA Playoffs in NCAA Tournament fashion

In basketball, we have a special place reserved in our hearts for the unsung heroes and unlikely stars. We cling to and show consistent praise for the heralded superstars but during the NCAA Tournament and NBA Playoffs there usually emerges players who turn in star performances and earn their recognition from that point forward. Terry

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Michael Jordan

Former NBA player recounts time Michael Jordan dunked on Dikembe Mutombo

Scoop B Radio’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson and Roshown McLeod relive Michael Jordan’s dunk on Dikembe Mutombo. Press Play Below To Listen! The argument began in the Eastern Conference team’s locker room before the 1997 NBA All Star Game. Cleveland’s Gund Arena was the scene and the Atlanta Hawks’ Dikembe Mutombo swore up and down

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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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Where do the Utah Jazz go from here?

The Utah Jazz had their fair share of ups and downs this offseason. After getting swept by the eventual champion Golden State Warriors, they have experienced two players leave due to free agency, most notably, Gordon Hayward. The other was George Hill, who signed a three-year contract with the Sacramento Kings. With these two big names

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Trade Targets for the Boston Celtics

The Boston Celtics enter the 2017 NBA offseason loaded with tradable assets. They already swapped first-round picks with the Philadelphia 76ers and acquired another future draft pick in return. With potentially seven first-round picks through 2020, the Celtics won’t have enough space on the roster to keep all of those picks. It’s time for Danny

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Without Blake Griffin, Los Angeles Clippers Can’t Compete With Healthy Utah Jazz

Healthy for the first time all series, the Utah Jazz were able to roll past the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 5, 96-92, giving them a 3-2 advantage for the series. Really, you can substitute “healthy for the first time all series” with “healthy for the first time all season” and you would have the same

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Utah Jazz

Joe Johnson, Jazz Offense Do Just Enough To Draw Clippers Series Even at 2-2

Rudy Gobert returns, but it’s Joe Johnson who once again leads way for the Utah Jazz, who outlast the Los Angeles Clippers 105-98 to tie first round series at 2-2. Basketball has often been compared to dancing; a lot of movements coming together at just the right time to form something beautiful. That’s a fair

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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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Clippers

2017 NBA Playoffs: Clippers Go Coast-To-Coast To Even Series Against Jazz In Game 2

DeAndre Jordon versus Rudy Gobert was the key matchup for many coming into the Utah Jazz and Los Angeles Clippers first round matchup during this year’s NBA Playoffs. After all, the two are virtually mirror images of each other. Both freakish 7-footers that can defend the rim at a premier-level, while excelling in the pick-and-roll

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