Anthony Bennett Shines as Cavs Hopes Darken

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By now, we have all heard about Anthony Bennett’s horrifying rookie season as the 1st pick overall in the 2013 draft. Averaging 2.4 points, 0.2 assists, and 2.3 rebounds per game is not what anyone expected of him at the beginning of the season. Coming off a shoulder injury and having sleep apnea and asthma, there were […] READ MORE


NBA Trades That Need to be Made Before the Deadline

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The NBA trade deadline is coming up; it’s exactly a month away. With that in mind, there’s only so much time left for teams to rush talks and make decisions to try and better themselves in some way, shape or form. It should also be interesting to see if any individual players go searching for […] READ MORE


Cavs Have A Bright Future

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Forgetting about the fact that Cleveland lost to the Sacramento Kings of all teams by 44 last night (worst lost this season by any NBA team), the Wine & Gold certainly have an exciting and bright future ahead. Winning 2 out of the last 3 games, they play an easier schedule at the Lakers, at […] READ MORE


Sports New Year's Resolutions

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The New Year is coming closer and closer, and there have been some amazing moments, such as Auburn’s upset over Alabama, Ray Allen’s Game 6 three-pointer, and even the Ravens winning the Super Bowl with Ray Lewis’ tenure coming to a close. However, there have been a lot of terrible moments and durations, so I […] READ MORE


3 Reasons to End the Comparison of LBJ to MJ

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Recently I’ve read too many tweets and forum posts regarding the comparisons between Michael Jordan and LeBron James. Many have argued that LeBron is better than Jordan simply because of his body build. I just don’t see how that matters seeing as their roles on their respective teams are so different (“Allen Iverson” ring a […] READ MORE