LeBron James Is A Crybaby!

LeBron James Is A Crybaby!

Dr. Seuss wrote a wonderful story titled The Big Brag, in which a rabbit can use his ears to hear half way around the world. While this super power may be inside a word of American classic fiction, it exists in real life today. LeBron James, the Los Angeles Lakers point forward, has shown this […]

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 Should the Knicks Make a Trade at the Deadline?

Should the Knicks Make a Trade at the Deadline?

The New York Knicks have a history of making horrendous trades. The franchise truly has a knack for royally screwing its own future year after year. The team develops a promising young core, gives the fans hope, then trades it all away along with its future draft picks for some washed-up player who either gets […]

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 2021 NBA All-Star Starters Announced

2021 NBA All-Star Starters Announced

The 2021 NBA All-Star Starters were announced last night during Inside the NBA. LeBron James (LAL) and Kevin Durant(BKN) lead the West and east in votes. Both have been named Captains. 2021 NBA All-Star Starters will take the big stage on Sunday, March 7 pm at State Farm Arena in Atlanta. The remaining players in […]

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 Wall’s Return, All-Star Odds, and a Beal Conspiracy Theory; A Wizards Look at the Week Ahead

Wall’s Return, All-Star Odds, and a Beal Conspiracy Theory; A Wizards Look at the Week Ahead

Valentine’s Day is pretty much the Thanksgiving of fidelity. Both days are mellifluous occasions to express gratitude to your family or partner. Although for some folks, it is just a stupid mess. Likewise, when homegrown NBA All-Stars change teams and make anticipated returns to their former cities, it presents a night of gratitude or grotesque […]

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 Who is Winning the Wall and Westbrook Trade?

Who is Winning the Wall and Westbrook Trade?

Prior to the start of the 2020-21 NBA season, the Washington Wizards sent John Wall and a protected first-round draft pick to the Houston Rockets in exchange for Russell Westbrook. The Wall and Westbrook trade made headlines across the league, however many analysts predicted its impact on both franchises was dubious at best. Kevin Pelton […]

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 Six Explanations for the Wizards Disappointing Start

Six Explanations for the Wizards Disappointing Start

With the Chicago Bulls winning 115-107 over Washington on Tuesday night, the Wizards disappointing start to the 2020-21 season reached a new low. Previously, Head Coach Scott Brooks‘ squad posted three losses against two playoff caliber teams in Philadelphia and Orlando. Washington held a fourth quarter lead in each of these games. Not that moral […]

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 #RepTheDistrict and Follow These Wizards Twitter Accounts

#RepTheDistrict and Follow These Wizards Twitter Accounts

A thrilling change surrounds the Nation’s Capital. Don’t worry, we’re not talking politics. For the first time in years, the Washington Wizards are the talk of the town. Between two all-star guards (Bradley Beal and Russell Westbrook), two lottery-picks (Rui Hachimura and Deni Avdija), and a pair of knockdown shooters (Davis Bertans and Thomas Bryant), […]

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 Brooklyn Nets: A Preseason Overreaction

Brooklyn Nets: A Preseason Overreaction

The Brooklyn Nets wrapped up the preseason on Friday with a win over Boston. The preseason for the casual fan is seeing which rotations look best and watching rookies and new guys. For others, the preseason is for extreme overreactions and ridiculous takes that will create Twitter wars between rivals. This is the second one, […]

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 Lack of Urgency Plagues Wizards Preseason Play

Lack of Urgency Plagues Wizards Preseason Play

A shorthanded Washington Wizards team fell 97-86 to the Detroit Pistons on Thursday night. Detroit made the most of a 58-35 halftime lead and cruised to victory. Bradley Beal made his first appearance of the Wizards preseason, scoring 10 points in 16 minutes of play. This follows a 119-114 defeat against the Brooklyn Nets on […]

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