Kristen Ledlow’s Personality And Knowledge Grows With Turner Sports

“But now, because of this digital age, everyone has a voice. I think a lot of people have misused that voice because they don’t think that they’re being heard or seen. I want to let people know that they’re being heard, they’re being seen, and one of the reasons why I interact with as many people as I do is because I know that my voice is one that is being heard. I want to be able to speak up for those who can’t.”

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The All “Shouldn’t Be At Summer League” Team

It’s actually quite remarkable that we’ve reached a point in the NBA Summer League where teams and more importantly players, are deciding to really compete in the Summer League. It’s actually becoming an event that players are looking forward to and you can see why. Of course, the point of Summer League is for players to develop and grow while being showcased to all 30 NBA teams. And while this is still true, there is …

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Temper Expectations For Golden State

  On the 4th of July, Kevin Durant announced he’d leave Oklahoma City to sign with the Golden State Warriors, creating what everyone thought would be the best super-team we’ve ever seen. With a combination of Klay Thompson, Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, and Draymond Green, it looks great on paper, but paper is not always the truth as we’ve seen all too much. And while I’m still of the belief that Durant’s signing means only …

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Hoopscritic Free Agency Round table

  Where will Kevin Durant take his talents this offseason? Where should Kevin Durant take his talents this offseason? Brian Geltzeiler Durant will stay right where he is in OKC.  The financial benefits are too great and OKC represents his best chance to win a title next season.  He’ll sign a 2 year deal with a one year opt out so he can be a free agent with 10 years of service time and get …

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The Backcourt Nobody Is Talking About

With media attention focused on the record setting Warriors in their chase of 72 wins, other NBA stories have continued to fight for publicity. Furthermore, when the Warriors segment ends, the Spurs, Cavaliers and Clippers have spurred plenty of headlines to fill a show. Consequently, in the Eastern Conference, the vast majority of teams are flying heavily under the radar, even the team located furthest North. Toronto has quietly ripped off 11 straight wins to …

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