The King Is Home: Lakers vs. Cavs Review

The King Is Home: Lakers vs. Cavs Review

Lakers fans knew this game was going to be special. Their star player, LeBron James, returned to his hometown as his team faced off against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Both teams were going in opposite directions. Los Angeles was coming off a loss to the Washington Wizards, while the Cavaliers got a win against the Pistons […]

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 LeBron James Is Leaving the Lakers

LeBron James Is Leaving the Lakers

LeBron James is leaving the Lakers.  Okay, let’s pump the brakes. He’s currently under contract with Los Angeles through the 2023 season. Anthony Davis, who he recruited to the Lakers for years, is still his teammate.  With Davis, they won a championship together despite the coronavirus pandemic in 2020. They made the playoffs last year, […]

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 Cleveland Browns, Cavs Win; Guardians Rule 5 Draft

Cleveland Browns, Cavs Win; Guardians Rule 5 Draft

The second weekend in December has been a fun one for fans of the Cleveland franchises. The Browns win Sunday, the Cavaliers won Friday and Saturday. Plus, the Guardians added pitching to the squad in Major League Baseball’s Rule 5 Draft. It’s safe to say that Clevelanders in the 216 and beyond are excited to […]

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 Can Ben Simmons be Fixed?

Can Ben Simmons be Fixed?

It’s no secret that the Philadelphia 76ers will most likely move off of all-star Ben Simmons this summer. Despite reports coming out that the 76ers are “committed to Simmons as a long-term piece of the team”, it is clear that the writing is on the wall and it is time for a change of scenery […]

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 The Nets Need Andre Drummond. Full Send, Sean Marks.

The Nets Need Andre Drummond. Full Send, Sean Marks.

I already know what you’re thinking. The Nets are downright stacked. They have three of the NBA’s top scorers playing together on the same team. They play in the East, which is clearly the weaker of the league’s two conferences. Nobody can guard Kevin Durant. James Harden is a triple-double machine. Kyrie Irving is a […]

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 James Harden Trade Busts the Block

James Harden Trade Busts the Block

After his monologue last night, a James Harden trade on Wednesday felt imminent. Since the talks last November, the idea of Harden in Brooklyn felt imminent. Then, in a series of Shams, Haynes, and WojBombs, it was official. The James Harden era in Houston is over, and the Harden and Kevin Durant reunion is in […]

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 Grading the NBA City Edition Uniforms: Part 3

Grading the NBA City Edition Uniforms: Part 3

Check out our grades for NBA City Edition Uniforms Part 1 and Part 2 here! Ever since Nike took over the jersey rights for the NBA, they have guaranteed to be innovative with their designs. They power out multiple new designs each season, sometime totaling up to five per team. Considering the sheer volume of designs, some […]

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 One Word to Describe Each NBA Team: East

One Word to Describe Each NBA Team: East

While we are here in the offseason, writers are coming up with content to keep people intrigued. Where is he going? What moves can they make? Will the Knicks ever get better? To answer all these questions, all I’d really have to say nowhere, nothing, and never, but that isn’t really much fun. Instead, I’m […]

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 The Millionth NBA 2020 Mock Draft

The Millionth NBA 2020 Mock Draft

I’m not going to be too long with this introduction. The draft is pretty unpredictable this year. With the event taking place tonight, I figured it would be fun to create my own mock draft minus the trades because now it seems that role players are worth 4 first-round picks nowadays. This is what I […]

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 The NBA  After “The Decision”: The 10th Anniversary

The NBA After “The Decision”: The 10th Anniversary

https://embed.sendtonews.com/player2/embedcode.php?SC=XKcSbDIs1m-862524-10043&autoplay=on On July 8th, 2010, Lebron James would become the catalyst for ushering in what would be a new era for the NBA. We as humans mark the beginning and end of eras by coinciding with a significant event. The detonation of the first nuclear weapon in 1945 New Mexico marked the beginning of the […]

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