Anthony Davis’ Best Trade Scenarios by Reed Becker

By Reed Becker With the New Orleans Pelicans winning the 2019 NBA Draft Lottery a lot of attention has turned to whether Anthony Davis would still want out of New Orleans since he now has the chance to play with projected number one pick Zion Williamson from Duke. New Pelicans executive vice president of basketball operations, David Griffin, recently met with Davis to discuss their future. However, even though Griffin continues to say publicly that …

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Where The Spurs Went Wrong

Since the San Antonio Spurs drafted Tim Duncan with the first overall pick in the 1997 NBA Draft, they have led somewhat of a charmed existence. Six finals appearances and five championships later and their president of basketball operations and head coach Gregg Popovich has overseen one of the most sustained periods of excellence in all of sports. Even when Tim Duncan retired after the 2015-2016 season, the Spurs’ future looked very bright. And with …

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NBA Playoffs 2018 – Previewing Round Two

By: Sam Block Round One of the NBA Playoffs is officially in the books and now it is time for Round Two! We had some incredible series in the first round. In the Eastern Conference, Washington put up a nice fight against Toronto, Milwaukee gave Boston all they could handle, vintage D-Wade did all he could to give Miami a chance against Philly, and Indiana pushed Cleveland to the brink of elimination. In the Western …

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NBA Playoffs 2018 – Previewing Round One

By: Sam Block It’s that time of year again! The NBA Regular Season has come to a close and now it is time for some PLAYOFFS! Electric, exuberant, exciting, perfection. Those four words will almost certainly sum up what we are all about to witness. The absolute madness that we call the NBA Postseason will most definitely make your heart stop, send tears streaming down your face, and hopefully leave you jumping for joy when …

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The Wild Wild West (Playoff Race Edition)

By: Sam Block It is the middle of March, and you ALL know what that means…MARCH MADNESS! College Basketball has us booming with excitement right now, and for the next couple weeks, the madness will surely continue. We’ve seen a 16 seed beat a 1 seed for the first time, all of the top 4 seeds in the South Region eliminated before the Sweet Sixteen, and Sister Jean of Loyola Chicago take the world by …

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