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Dallas Mavericks: Early Season Trade Ideas

The Dallas Mavericks are not in “panic mode.” Their season hasn’t started in an ideal manner – but much of this is attributed to both injuries and COVID-19 cases within the team. Once they’re healthy, there’s no question that they’re a playoff team, being lead by superstar Luka Doncic. As good as Doncic is, however, […] READ MORE

The Impact of the Denver Nuggets’ Rough Defensive Start

Last season the Denver Nuggets were one of the most exciting teams to watch in the bubble, whether it was Jamal Murray shooting lights out or Nikola Jokic making it known that he was one of the most skilled big men of his generation. That team made it all the way to the Western Conference […] READ MORE

British Women’s Basketball: Top Three WNBA Players

The British women’s basketball team hosted the 2012 Summer Olympics and almost qualified for the 2020 Summer Olympics. They did not win a game in the 2012 Summer Olympics but have steadily improved into one of the top European basketball nations in the world. Throughout the WNBA, they had three players represented in the WNBA, […] READ MORE

Lady Gamecocks Continue SEC Dominance

The Lady Gamecocks honored their greatest player ever on Monday, with the official unveiling of A’ja Wilson’s statue in front of Colonial Life Arena. It was fitting that after a ceremony for one of the most dominant players in recent history, South Carolina took the court and showed off its current SEC dominance. Dawn Staley’s team is […] READ MORE

Is that Sustainable? NBA early season trends

Most teams are now 10-15 games into this young season and it’s officially time to examine the current NBA trends. It is early enough that these trends could still go sideways but also late enough for them to potentially be real. Here we will look at the first three weeks of the NBA season and […] READ MORE

Fantasy Basketball Waiver Wire: Week 5 (2021)

Heading into Week 5 of the craziest NBA season in recent memory, the fantasy basketball landscape is similarly jumbled. Even a month in, it’s hard to tell which teams are truly bad, and which teams are just in the midst of a slow start. This past week was full of intriguing opportunities and performances. The […] READ MORE

Utah State Has Advantage in Mountain West

Utah State defeated San Diego State in back-to-back games last week and took down Colorado State last night. After the Aggies’ tough start to the season, they’ve turned things around. Now, they’re in the driver’s seat to a Mountain West Conference regular-season championship. Utah State Handles San Diego State and Colorado State Aggies Go 3-0 […] READ MORE

How Matt Mitchell’s Injury Affects San Diego State

The San Diego State Aztecs got off to a blazing start out of the gate to start the season. Now, unfortunately, they will be without star Matt Mitchell for a few weeks due to injury. Mitchell suffered a knee injury while playing the Aztecs’ first game against Utah State last week. Matt Mitchell’s Injury a […] READ MORE

New Mexico Lobos and New Mexico State Aggies Can Finally Come Home

The wait is over. New Mexico and New Mexico State’s men’s and women’s basketball programs can return to the ‘Land of Enchantment’. Both schools haven’t played college basketball in the state of New Mexico since mid-November. New Mexico and New Mexico State Return Home… Finally On Tuesday, New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced an […] READ MORE