Basketball Questions

Basketball Questions

“I’m not going to talk about basketball… Any basketball questions don’t matter.” – Steve Kerr Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr opened up his pregame press conference with emotions. Eerily familiar emotions. Uniquely American emotions. Unintentionally rehearsed emotions. Kerr opened the presser and spent two minutes pouring his heart out onto the Warriors branded table […]

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 Sixers Update: Joel Embiid Injury Breakdown

Sixers Update: Joel Embiid Injury Breakdown

The Philadelphia 76ers have advanced to the second round to face off against the number one seeded team in the East, the Miami Heat. The previous series versus the Toronto Raptors was not perfect for the Sixers but they made their mark in game 6. As celebratory as advancing in the NBA Playoffs might be, […]

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 5 Most Popular Sports in Online Slots

5 Most Popular Sports in Online Slots

Do you thoroughly enjoy playing slot games but are more interested in the sports-themed ones? Do you want to know which are the most popular sports in online slots? Online slots are one of the most popular casino games. They’re easy to play and offer a wide variety to choose from. You can pick online […]

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 Cade Cunningham Should Be Rookie of the Year

Cade Cunningham Should Be Rookie of the Year

There is no question this year that the rookies in the NBA are playing great. Guys like Evan Mobley, Jalen Green, Franz Wagner, and others are playing great. However, I believe Cade Cunningham should take home this year’s Rookie of the Year trophy. Despite Cade missing the first four games this season with an ankle […]

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 Kenny Payne Era Begins in Louisville

Kenny Payne Era Begins in Louisville

It was a great weekend for Louisville basketball fans. No, the team was not in the tournament, but Kentucky losing to the Saint Peter’s Peacocks was just as good. John Calipari’s Annual Salary: $8 Million Saint Peter’s ENTIRE athletics department budget: $7.5 Million 🤯This upset was unreal — T3 Bracketology (@TBracketology) March 18, 2022 Not […]

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 Dear NCAA, Michigan Deserves to be in the Tournament

Dear NCAA, Michigan Deserves to be in the Tournament

Michigan’s Season The Michigan basketball team just finished up their regular season with a mediocre record of 17-13 and is the eighth seed in the Big Ten Tournament. Michigan had high expectations coming into the season after winning the Big Ten and being a one-seed in the tournament last season. They were number six in […]

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 Hit or Miss – 2021 NBA Draft Edition

Hit or Miss – 2021 NBA Draft Edition

In life, I believe everyone should hold themselves accountable for their actions; I am no exception. I have strong opinions come draft time. I’ll take credit for my hits, but also hold myself accountable on my misses too. To keep myself honest, here is my draft board prior to the 2021 draft. Honorable Mention – Miss: […]

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 Nebraska Basketball to Bring Back Hoiberg

Nebraska Basketball to Bring Back Hoiberg

Athletic Director Trev Alberts announced Thursday on Sports Nightly that embattled Nebraska basketball coach Fred Hoiberg will return for a fourth season next year. Hoiberg is 21–62 in three seasons with the Huskers. He’s just 6-46 in Big Ten conference games. The majority of the media and fanbase had doubts that Hoiberg would return, but […]

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 Ranking Chicago Bulls Wearing #2

Ranking Chicago Bulls Wearing #2

In honor of 2/22/22, I wanted to give my list of the top players to wear the number two for the Chicago Bulls.  4. Lonzo Ball  (Guard, 2021-Present) Lonzo Ball was signed and traded to the Chicago Bulls in August to a four-year deal. Lonzo Ball has made an instant impact in turning the Bulls culture […]

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 Rajon Rondo Will Be A Crucial Player for The Lakers

Rajon Rondo Will Be A Crucial Player for The Lakers

The Los Angeles Lakers reuniting with Rajon Rondo might have a bigger impact than people realize. Despite being 35-years-old, Rondo will still provide the necessary leadership tools in order for them to make another championship run. Through a fan’s perspective, one of the issues that the Lakers faced last year was the lack of leadership […]

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