Kemba Walker

The pull-up jumper is deadly and Kemba Walker agrees

One of the lethal under the radar moves is the pull-up jumper. Yes, I said it, the pull-up jumper. But not just the basic pull-up jumper but more of a full speed, downhill stop on a dime jumper. It’s not talked about because it’s not eye candy. It doesn’t usually break ankles, it’s not fancy,

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NBA

The 2018-2019 season is set to skyrocket the NBA into full-blown popularity

The last few NBA season have given us, the everyday fan, more than we can imagine. There has been dominance from both the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers in their respective conferences. The youth of the NBA has been performing at levels that far exceed their age with a blend of utter dominance

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 97: Around the NBA Predictions – Central Division

Atlantic Division Year in Review Series: Celtics | Raptors | Sixers | Knicks | Nets Subscribe to The Atlantic Files on Apple Podcasts || Subscribe to Basketball Society on Apple Podcasts The annual Year in Review series is now out of the way. We broke down each team in the Atlantic Division, but what about

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Victor Oladipo

Pacers’ Victor Oladipo: ‘I play nothing safe now’

Indiana Pacers shooting guard Victor Oladipo has changed his mindset when it comes to the game of basketball, saying he pushes the envelope as opposed to playing it safe like he did earlier in his career. Oladipo was named the 2017-18 Most Improved Player. As the main option on offense in Indiana, Oladipo averaged 23.1 points,

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Lance Stephenson

Indiana Pacers Risk Losing a Valuable Lance Stephenson

The Indiana Pacers recently declined Lance Stephenson’s team option, making him an unrestricted free agent. When Stephenson joined the Pacers in 2016, he entered a 3-year contract with a team option. Declining the $4.3 million option indicates the team will be looking to acquire a new free agent this summer, such as Tyreke Evans or Will

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Victor Oladipo

Victor Oladipo is already thinking about getting better

Victor Oladipo is not satisfied. Coming off of a Game 7 loss, his mindset is already on taking his next step up. Most people would be worried about vacation and taking some time off but Oladipo is all about getting back to work. Oladipo took the game by storm this season, elevating his game and

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LeBron James

LeBron James and the Cavaliers have to play the role of aggressor in Game 2

The Indiana Pacers took Game 1 with assertiveness and aggression. They kept Cleveland on their heels by constantly attacking. The lead got up to 21 in the first quarter and while Cleveland came within striking distance, they just couldn’t get over the hump. In Game 2, roles must be reversed if the Cavaliers don’t want to

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LeBron James Cleveland Cavaliers

Overreaction in Cleveland?

We all know what happened in Game 1 of the Indiana Pacers against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the First Round of the East Conference Playoffs. Victor Oladipo went off for 32 points on 11-for-19 shooting in a 98-80 rout of the Cavs. LeBron thinks the #Cavs have to be more “mind ready” in Game 2.

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Indiana Pacers vs the Cleveland Cavaliers

What gives the Indiana Pacers the best shot to upset the Cleveland Cavaliers?

Cleveland’s struggles have been on front street this season however they’ve still managed to prevail and hold down the fourth seed. Despite their defensive deficiencies, they’re still the favorite to win this series and the favorite to make it to the NBA Finals in some eyes. That’s not too crazy of a statement considering they

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NBA

J-Kirk’s 2017-2018 NBA Regular Season Awards Picks

This has been one of the more compelling years for the NBA’s yearly awards. The Rookie of the Year race is a coin flip and for yet another season we are debating the definition of “valuable” in the Most Valuable Player award to vouch for who is most deserving. The awards themselves are valued differently

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