Cleveland Cavaliers

Pump Fake To The Altar, Episode 4: Stephen Curry is Back!

In this episode of Pump Fake To The Altar, your hosts Felix John-Baptiste and DJ Allen discuss the return of Stephen Curry. It seems that the Warriors are the best team in terms of getting players back to the lineup without disrupting the chemistry and performance. Chef Curry dropped 10 three-pointers in his first game

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Cleveland Cavaliers

Pump Fake to the Altar: Episode 1

Hot Topics? Check. Good and bad performances? Check. Off the court situations? Check. You name it and we’ve got it. Basketball Society writer DJ Allen and I debut this brand-new podcast titled “Pump Fake to the Altar”.  Basketball Society isn’t the only thing we have in common. We both recently proposed to our fiancées 2

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Live in the Basement Debate: How do the modern Warriors stack up historically?

Over the last two NBA seasons, we’ve seen the Golden State Warriors make all types of history. Their insane rise to take control as the NBA’s best puts them into the all-time conversation. The guys over at Live in the Basement debate how these Warriors stack up against other great teams in NBA history. Would

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Golden State Warriors

Even though the Warriors are 32-6, Curry and Durant are still figuring things out

After a loss to the Memphis Grizzlies that was due to some late game dysfunction, the Warriors coach Steve Kerr was receiving scrutiny on how he should handle to late game situations. Who should he go to? Should he rely on his best player thus far this season Kevin Durant? Should he go with whom

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Roundtable: NBA Christmas Day 2016

Get ready for the NBA holiday hoop fest with Basketball Society’s Christmas Day roundtable. Participants: Alec Walt – @AlecWalt DJ Allen – @DJAllen23 Martin Soaries – @marsoaries Ralph Cortes – @_rloading Felix John-Baptiste – @twosmooth2 BJ Boyer – @wcboyer24 Kyle Allan – @kallan441   Celtics vs. Knicks   Does 50 combined points for Carmelo Anthony

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NBA Week 4 in Review

What have you done for me lately? This is the world of sports we live in where finding chemistry, building a bond and developing camaraderie is all good and well…when you’re winning! Speak of those things when you’re on the wrong side of the W-L column and everyone from fans to team officials quickly begin

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Predicting Each NBA Team’s 2016-2017 Opening Day Starting Lineup

If you missed it from about a week ago, we decided to predict on Twitter what the starting lineup of each NBA team would be on opening night. Here were our predictions: True or False: This will be the starting lineup for the Philadelphia 76ers on Day 1: RodriguezBaylessSimmonsNoelOkafor — Basketball Society (@BBallSociety_) August 19,

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Steve Kerr and Kevin Durant

Why Kevin Durant In Golden State May Not Work

I’m playing the devil’s advocate right now. At this point, every indication points towards the fact that Durant will work perfectly with Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green. He’s an incredible shooter on a jump shooting team. It should work perfectly, right? Well, maybe not. Kevin Durant is an elite player in the NBA,

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Cee’s Post Game Thoughts on Kyrie & LeBron’s Historic Game 5

The NBA Finals is the biggest platform of basketball play in the world. Last year we were robbed of a true Clash of Titans due to severe injuries on the side of the Cleveland Cavaliers. This 2016 edition, with both teams at full strength, had been anything short of compelling through 4 games. Tonight absolutely

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