Six Things That Could Happen Before the Trade Deadline

From the Phil-fiasco in New York to the demise of a promising and talented roster in Chicago, this season has been full of surprises. Spoiler alert: don’t expect the days leading up to the trade deadline to be any different. Teams like the Celtics and the Rockets appear to be a move or two away from becoming the powerhouse of their respective conference, while the influx of big men in Philadelphia will most likely lead …

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Anything Else, Your Highness?

“We need a (expletive) playmaker,” said the so-called “king”.  Do you think that when the Chicago Bulls dropped 5 of 8 games in January of 1993 Michael Jordan took it upon himself to publicly proclaim that the champions of ‘92 needed to revamp their roster if they planned on defending their crown? No. Jordan actually came out recently and praised Russell Westbrook for his loyalty to the Thunder. Subtle shots fired? Most likely. LeBron has …

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Why Westbrook’s All-Star Snub Is Being Overanalyzed

It won’t be long until someone claims that Putin and the Russian government hacked the NBA All-Star voting polls as well. That, or Kevin Durant sat by his computer one night and casted a few million fan ballots without Westbrook’s name on one of them, just ‘cause. This could very well go down as one of the biggest all-star snubs in the history of sports. Not only does Russell Westbrook lead the league in scoring, …

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Don’t Forget About Us, Other Stars Having Career Years

It’s easy to get lost in story lines of James Harden and Russell Westbrook, the two clear leaders for the MVP award based on their individual accolades this season.  Their numbers are ridiculous and unheard of in today’s NBA, Harden (28.7 ppg, 11.7 ast, 8.3 reb) and Westbrook (30.7 ppg, 10.3 ast, 10.5 reb).  However, there are some other NBA players putting up their own incredible stat lines and dominating the sport that need recognition …

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