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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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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NBA 2K17 Playoffs Simulation

The NBA 2K gods have spoken… With the NBA Playoffs about to start and majority of basketball fans love the NBA 2K series I decided to do a simulation of the 2017 NBA Playoffs on the virtual hardwood, courtesy of NBA 2K17 on the Xbox One platform What I did was that I started the

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2017 NBA Playoffs Preview: Utah Jazz vs. Los Angeles Clippers

Rudy Gobert leads the Utah Jazz into their first NBA playoffs since 2012, set to face a finally healthy Chris Paul and the Los Angeles Clippers in one of the most hyped matchups of the first round. Schedule Game 1 – Sat. April 15  Utah at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m., ESPN Game 2 – Tue. April 18 

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Gordon Hayward Will Get His Chance To Shine Against Los Angeles Clippers

Gordon Hayward is probably not what you expect when you hear the words “NBA Star.” Mostly, it’s his skin color and fact that he looks like he should be knocking on your door to discuss the Good Book rather than drilling contested three’s. Oh, and the fact that up until the past year or so, he appeared

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Patrick Beverley

Patrick Beverley has some competition for the best defender title

A lock-down defender is a guy that never takes a play off on the defensive side of the ball. He’s a pest, he’s physical, and he makes every possession for his opponent a tough one. One guy that fits this description is Houston Rockets point guard, Patrick Beverley. Beverley has made his name known as

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NBA Uniform Rankings: 20-16

Welcome back to my continued NBA uniform rankings. So far I have ranked 30-26 and recently 25-21. Today, I will be talking about team uniforms ranked 20-16. 20. Denver Nuggets (Five different sets) Home (white) Away (light blue) Alternate (yellow) Pride (white sleeved) Hardwood Classic (white) Denver had pretty much kept the same home and away uniform

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VIDEO: Damian Lillard drops 39 points on opening night

Steve Kerr picked Damian Lillard as his early choice for MVP this season. Damian Lillard himself said he wanted to be MVP this year and he made that well known on opening night. The Portland Trail Blazers got their first win of the season against the Utah Jazz with a 113-104 victory. Lillard was hitting

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LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers

Roundtable: Welcome Back NBA Basketball…

The NBA season kicked off last night with the Cleveland Cavaliers routing the New York Knicks, the Portland Trail Blazers squeaking by the Utah Jazz and the San Antonio Spurs putting a surprising spanking on the Golden State Warriors. A few members of the Society convened to discuss the teams that participated in the league’s

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Opening Night Preview: Utah Jazz vs. Portland Trail Blazers

NBA basketball is back and better than ever. On opening night we have three games. One of the games I’ll be looking at is the division rivals of the Utah Jazz and Portland Trail Blazers. Background Portland came into last season with very low expectations. After losing most of their starting lineup, the Blazers surprised everyone

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