Should The Lakers Actuallly Pursue Kyrie Irving?

Should The Lakers Actuallly Pursue Kyrie Irving?

There might be a reunion in the works because a few rumors are circulating that Kyrie Irving might be done with the Brooklyn Nets. According to sources, the contract extension negotiations between Irving and the Nets are at an “impasse.” This means that Irving could be dealt away before he becomes an unrestricted free agent […]

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 Three of the Worst NBA Teams in History 

Three of the Worst NBA Teams in History 

It is easy after a defeat to proclaim your team is as bad as they’ve ever been. Orlando Magic didn’t make the playoffs this season for the second year. Their failure to do so wasn’t marginal either; they went 22-60 throughout the season with a 0.268 winning percentage. Doubtless, fans often left the Amway Center wondering […]

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 Boston Celtics Recap and Future

Boston Celtics Recap and Future

What a season for the Boston Celtics. In just the first year with Head Coach, Ime Udoka, the team made the NBA Finals. Jayson Tatum has taken another step toward becoming one of the league’s best and Jaylen Brown is doing the same. Marcus Smart earned his well overdue Defensive Player of the Year award […]

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 Blazing A Trail For The Future

Blazing A Trail For The Future

(This is Part Three of the Small Market Series, where I dive into the NBA’s ten small market teams and give recognition to their star players. Parts One and Two can be found here. Today, we dive into the Portland Trail Blazers and Anfernee Simons). When you think of the Portland Trail Blazers, you typically […]

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 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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 Jay’s World: Brown and Tatum

Jay’s World: Brown and Tatum

Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum proved they are the top duo in the league once again. While the two struggled heavily in the first half of game one, it ended there. The two scored 47 points to finish the game while scoring 21 of 24 of Boston’s fourth-quarter points. These teams are not close. The […]

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 What Should The Lakers Get For Russell Westbrook?

What Should The Lakers Get For Russell Westbrook?

It doesn’t seem as though the Los Angeles Lakers will trade Russell Westbrook any time soon. According to reports, they’re asking potential head coach candidates how they would hypothetically involve Westbrook in specific scenarios. It has also been revealed that the Lakers are also not giving up any more first-round draft picks in any Westbrook […]

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 The Fox Is Loose

The Fox Is Loose

This is Part Two of the Small Market Series, where I dive into the NBA’s ten small market teams and the players getting them noticed. Check out the previous article here. Today, we dive into the Sacramento Kings and De’Aaron Fox. In the Western Conference, there is a division called the Pacific Division. Over the […]

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 Aman’s NBA Mock Lottery Draft

Aman’s NBA Mock Lottery Draft

For those who haven’t followed the story, or listened to the “F” In Sports podcast, I am a history teacher by day. I’ve been teaching since the fall of 2013, and have had a number of very sharp and very fun students. Frequently, I get an advisory full of sports fans because I am a […]

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 NBA Draft Combine Takeaways

NBA Draft Combine Takeaways

Everyone says the draft combine doesn’t mean anything but don’t kid yourselves. We’ve seen players such as Donovan Mitchell, Donte DiVincenzo, Joshua Primo, and Bones Hyland rise because of it. Here are this year’s NBA Draft Combine takeaways. Terquavion Smith (NC State) The biggest show-stopper in the scrimmages was Terquavion Smith as he was lighting […]

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 Another Great Season For The Greek Freak

Another Great Season For The Greek Freak

(This is Part One of Ten of the Small Market Review: a new series where I dive into the NBA’s ten small market teams and give recognition to a player that stood out this season. Today’s team? The Milwaukee Bucks and Giannis Antetokounmpo). After bringing the Milwaukee Bucks their first championship since 1971 in 2021, […]

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