Should LeBron James Stay In Los Angeles?

Should LeBron James Stay In Los Angeles?

This time of the year feels like a dead period for the NBA. However, when you’re the Los Angeles Lakers, there are always headlines surrounding the storied franchise. Especially when the team is led by someone named LeBron James. One of the greatest players of our generation has another big decision to make this offseason. […]

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 The Mess In The Lakers Organization

The Mess In The Lakers Organization

The Los Angeles Lakers will forever be known as a first-class organization. Legends have passed through Staples Center (known now as Crypto.com Arena) and helped the Purple & Gold win championships. It wasn’t that long ago when LeBron James and Co. lifted the Larry O’Brien Trophy after the coronavirus pandemic forced teams to play in […]

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 Ben Simmons Reportedly “Pain-Free” and Could Return to Playing During Nets’ Series vs. Celtics

Ben Simmons Reportedly “Pain-Free” and Could Return to Playing During Nets’ Series vs. Celtics

The Brooklyn Nets could have additional firepower soon, following their first-round opening loss to the Boston Celtics on Sunday. The Nets were defeated by the slimmest of margins, losing 115-114 despite Kyrie Irving’s monster game, with Jayson Tatum scoring a buzzer-beating layup to give Boston a 1-0 lead in the series.  Irving scored a game-high […]

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 A New York State of Mind

A New York State of Mind

It’s been a tough decade for New York sports fans.  And with success a true demand for every athlete that puts on a NY jersey, looking back to see Eli Manning’s Giants being the last team to win a championship in 2011 is a major disappointment to put it lightly. The recent hope for the […]

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 NBA Trade Deadline: Don’t Forget the Other Guys

NBA Trade Deadline: Don’t Forget the Other Guys

Imagine you played for the Philadelphia 76ers in the year 2021. Coming off a long playoff run, your team finished the regular season as the top seed in the Eastern Conference, and your franchise superstar is putting up MVP-caliber numbers. Sure, your team’s second-best player faltered under the bright lights of the playoffs, but he’s […]

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 Ben Simmons and the Brooklyn Experiment

Ben Simmons and the Brooklyn Experiment

Can Ben Simmons Resurrect Both His Career and the Nets’ Championship Hopes? Three-time NBA All-Star Ben Simmons was traded in a blockbuster deal at the trade deadline sending him from the Philadelphia 76ers to the Brooklyn Nets. Although James Harden appears to be the main character in this tale of team dissatisfaction, Simmons’ career arc […]

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 Chicago Bulls: 4 Possible Trades 

Chicago Bulls: 4 Possible Trades 

1. Dennis Schroder Chicago Bulls trade: Troy Brown Jr., second rounder (2023), second rounder (2026) Boston Celtics trade: Dennis Schroder Dennis Schroder has been the newest name linked to the Bulls. AK has made an offer, but it is unclear who would be involved from Chicago.  If I were to guess, it is similar to […]

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 Brooklyn Nets too Vulnerable to be Title-Favorites

Brooklyn Nets too Vulnerable to be Title-Favorites

The Brooklyn Nets have gained a near-mythical status among NBA fans as obvious title favorites. For most, the equation is easy: Kyrie Irving + Kevin Durant + James Harden = NBA Championship. However, each of the Nets’ superstars mentioned above has their own hangups, manufacturing uncertainty in the face of seemingly guaranteed success. When healthy, […]

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 Kyrie Irving and the Great Skill Debate

Kyrie Irving and the Great Skill Debate

On January 10th, Chauncey Billups once again combined his coaching hat with his former media talents when talking about Kyrie Irving before the Portland Trail Blazers matchup with the Brooklyn Nets. The quote was relayed to the world by ESPN’s Nick Friedell. Chauncey Billups heaped some high praise on Kyrie Irving prior to Monday’s game […]

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 The NBA Conferences Now Have Balance

The NBA Conferences Now Have Balance

It seems like ever since Michael Jordan retired, we have consistently watched the Western Conference be the dominant conference in the NBA. Yes, the East has won titles since 1999, eight to be exact, and had one dynasty, but it has mostly been the junior conference. The West has seen two dynasties, three depending on […]

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