Is Andrew Wiggins Now Worth His Contract?

Is Andrew Wiggins Now Worth His Contract?

Andrew Wiggins’ contract puts him in the top 30 highest-paid players in the NBA. His 2021-22 salary is the same as back-to-back MVP Nikola Jokic and two-time MVP runner-up Joel Embiid. For a one-time All-Star to be on the same level as two current top-10 NBA talents, many things have to go right. The story […]

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 All-Star Selections and Questions

All-Star Selections and Questions

Thursday night, amidst TNT’s coverage, the league officially announced the NBA All-Star game starters. The starters are chosen by a combination of 50% fan vote, 25% media vote, and 25% player vote. With so much say, the fans can really sway the vote. This year, however, the All-Star starters left us with more questions than […]

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 Warriors Inconsistency Clouds Potential

Warriors Inconsistency Clouds Potential

In the shortened 72-game NBA season, most teams who have not had COVID interruptions have played at least 18 games. With 18 serving as the first quarter mark, if you had told me before the season the Warriors would start 10-8, I would be pretty happy with those results. However, anyone who has watched the […]

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 COVID Gives Warriors a Much Needed Break

COVID Gives Warriors a Much Needed Break

COVID has thrown a wrinkle in the NBA season that we all hoped we could’ve avoided. It has reached the point where the question isn’t if there are going to be any postponed games, it’s how many. For the first time this season, the Warriors are faced with a COVID postponement. Instead of having to […]

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 Ease Off On the Smoke and Mirrors Gersson Rosas

Ease Off On the Smoke and Mirrors Gersson Rosas

The Minnesota Timberwolves (don’t click away yet!) has been a franchise in constant change since 2000 whenever once Kevin Garnett left. Front office consistencies has been one of the most glaring issues for the franchise. There have been under the table deals that they got caught and penalized for, terrible contracts, horrific scouting and drafting, […]

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 Warriors Week 1: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

Warriors Week 1: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

The NBA returned this week after the shortest and longest offseason, depending on who you ask. If you are a member or fan of the Golden State Warriors, that is good news and bad news. The good news is that you were able to witness the Dubs play meaningful basketball. The bad news is that […]

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 Warriors Basketball 2020-21 Season Preview

Warriors Basketball 2020-21 Season Preview

Rejoice, Dub Nation! With the preseason over, the Golden State Warriors will finally be taking the court on Tuesday for a game that counts. When they head to Brooklyn to take on the Nets, it will end a stretch of 287 days since the Warriors played a meaningful game. While it has technically been that […]

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 The Simmons Embiid Conundrum

The Simmons Embiid Conundrum

  No time to read? No worries. just click play. Am I the only one who is sick to absolute death of hearing NBA media professionals saying, “Of course the Simmons Embiid combo can be successful!” Okay, fine I suppose it depends on your definition of success. Rachel Nichols recently said something about this on […]

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 Trade Deadline Frenzy: Hot Picks

Trade Deadline Frenzy: Hot Picks

Yesterday, we thought the biggest trade already happened that moved 12 players between four teams. And then there was calmness just a few hours before the trade deadline started to crank up. So let’s dig in and see if you can capitalize on these trades from the wire, drop a player and enjoy the boost […]

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