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Dylan Guest - May 15, 2022

In a tense seven-game series, the fourth-seed Dallas Mavericks ousted the first-seed Phoenix Suns in the Western Conference semi-finals. It was tense until game seven, at least, where the Mavericks showed clear dominance. Luka Doncic was firing on all cylinders and received plenty of help from vital teammates such as Jalen Brunson. Dallas advances to the Western Conference […]


Michael Love - May 12, 2022

The Sacramento Kings made it official and crowned Mike Brown as the team’s head coach on Sunday. Sacramento team owner Vivek Ranadive and general manager Monte McNair selected Brown as the Kings’ head coach over announcer Mark Jackson, the other rumored finalist for the job. Brown became the Kings’ new coach after a well-publicized search. […]

Dylan Guest - May 12, 2022

After being bounced by the Dallas Mavericks in the first round of the playoffs, the Utah Jazz must look into trades to upgrade their roster. The majority of the rumors will be swirling around the futures of Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert. With that being said, both players rank at the top of their respective positions. Perhaps the […]

Dylan Guest - May 11, 2022

After being bounced by the Philadelphia 76ers in the first round of the NBA playoffs, the Toronto Raptors should consider trades this offseason to bolster their roster. After losing Kawhi Leonard in 2019, the Raptors have been close to playoff contention but right outside that bubble. The roster right now, however, is quite talented with plenty of […]

Dylan Guest - May 11, 2022

After falling to the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round of the NBA playoffs, the Chicago Bulls should look into trades to further boost their roster. Chicago started this season hot, with DeMar DeRozan looking like an early MVP candidate and the team showing that they aced their offseason. Fast forward after the All-Star Break, and the […]

Dylan Guest - May 11, 2022

After falling short to the Golden State Warriors in round one of the NBA playoffs, the Denver Nuggets can look into offseason trades to bolster their roster. Nikola Jokic is an established star, and more than capable of being the best player on a championship team. Denver, however, lacked a great supporting cast due to injuries to Jamal […]

Michael Love - May 10, 2022

This was ugly. This was physical, full of mistakes, missed shots, and miscues. The game plan couldn’t have resembled how the Warriors won Game Four. For the sake of Kings fans everywhere let’s hope not, anyway. Mike Brown was the substitute coach for the Warriors after Steve Kerr was placed in health and safety protocols. […]

When Paul George was traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder, it marked the end of a promising, albeit disappointing era for the Indiana Pacers. The Pacers would deal the disgruntled superstar for a duo of young players. With the benefit of hindsight and years of results to measure, let’s revisit this blockbuster to determine which […]

Dylan Guest - May 9, 2022

After getting swept by the Boston Celtics in disappointing fashion, the Brooklyn Nets must explore trades this offseason to strengthen the roster. The James Harden deal has backfired thus far, as Ben Simmons did not suit up a single time for Brooklyn since being acquired. The team will also have to figure out the future of Kyrie Irving. With this […]

Dylan Guest - May 9, 2022

After bowing out to the Memphis Grizzlies in the first round of the NBA playoffs, the Minnesota Timberwolves must look into trades to improve their roster. Minnesota could very well have gone on to win the series, but instead consistently blew fourth-quarter leads. This shows that Minnesota is a playoff-caliber team, but not one set […]

Lester Mondragon - May 8, 2022

Management is searching for a new Lakers coach to raise the team back into contention. The Los Angeles Lakers had two disappointing seasons behind them. They exited the first round last year. The team recently lost to the Suns in the play-in rounds. Coach Frank Vogel knows that he is up for replacement. Searching for […]

johncaul - May 6, 2022

If you let the internet tell it, Zach LaVine has made it in the NBA as a superstar. His 2022 NBA season with the Chicago Bulls has vehemently proved that. But between the injury scares and playoff inconsistencies, the now free agent may come with some red flags. Regardless, Lavine can be a great fit […]

Michael Love - May 6, 2022

The Golden State Warriors lost Game Two to the Memphis Grizzlies Wednesday night. The contest was gut-wrenching for a number of reasons. Dillon Brooks earned an ejection after flagrantly clothes-lining Gary Payton II in mid-air. We know now that Payton will miss at least the remainder of the series, while Brooks has been suspended for […]

Dylan Guest - May 6, 2022

After bowing out of the NBA playoffs in the first round, the Atlanta Hawks must consider making trades to improve their roster. Trae Young, of course, remains untouchable. He’s the Hawks’ leader moving forward. Other pieces, however, should be expendable as the team needs improvement and there are plenty of appealing players on the roster. Atlanta […]

Dylan Guest - May 6, 2022

After bowing out, but in a promising style, to the Phoenix Suns in the first round of the NBA playoffs, the New Orleans Pelicans must consider trades to improve their roster. Brandon Ingram is much-improved, while the CJ McCollum addition is paying off. The Pelicans’ top player, in terms of potential at least, Zion Williamson didn’t play all season […]

johncaul - May 6, 2022

It only took 5 games, but the Golden State Warriors are moving on in the 2022 playoffs. A series full of highs and low, it was the Warriors’ star power that proved too much for the Denver Nuggets. With Stephen Curry and company getting ready for the Memphis Grizzlies, it is back to the drawing […]



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Garrett Hoffman - May 15, 2022

Before Eric Mussleman took over at Arkansas, Arkansas Basketball was a product of the past. Only amassing 7 NCAA tournament appearances in the 19 years that followed legendary coach Nolan Richardson, Arkansas was reaching mediocrity over their previous success. However, Eric Mussleman has changed this narrative around Arkansas basketball. By reaching two elite eights in […]

Jason Grad - May 15, 2022

The Memphis Grizzlies finished the Timberwolves’ season last night in yet another impressive fourth-quarter comeback.  It was the fourth such comeback in this series alone putting the final nails in the coffin of Minnesota’s dream of a Cinderella season. The series finished with the Memphis Grizzlies winning in six games just as I had predicted […]

Kenny Atkinson at top of Sacramento Kings offseason wishlist
Michael Love - May 15, 2022

The Sacramento Kings last made the playoffs in the 2005-2006 season, a drought old enough to obtain a driver’s license. GM Monte McNair’s preseason comments, made to Sam Amick at The Athletic in November, say it all: “One thing that’s really helped us is (that) we have very, very clear goal…We want to get this […]

James Tillman - May 15, 2022

The Chicago Bulls are in the playoffs for the first time since 2016-17. They closed out their last postseason appearance with four consecutive losses after taking a 2-0 lead. Biggest takeaways from Chicago Bulls’ Game 2 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks And that trend continued in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series against the […]

Jacob Stephens - May 15, 2022

In absolutely shocking news it was reported Wednesday evening that Villanova’s Hall of Fame head coach Jay Wright will be stepping down and retiring. Still at the top of his game and only 60 years old, his retirement comes as a shock to pretty much everyone. Especially as it comes just weeks after he led […]

WNBA Draft number 1 pick Rhyne Howard
Jacob Stephens - May 15, 2022

The 2022 WNBA draft has concluded. There had been a lot of movement throughout the offseason leading up to the draft, and Monday night was the cherry on top. The top of the draft was mostly uneventful and went as planned, but then there were some surprises later on. It was a fun night filled […]

Jacob Stephens - May 15, 2022

This year’s tournament was great. The Final Four was one for the ages. A 15-seed made it all the way to the Elite Eight for the first time, UNC ended Coach K’s career AGAIN in the Final Four, Kansas had the biggest championship game comeback ever, and two double-digit seeds made it to the Elite […]

The Kansas Jayhawks and North Carolina Tar Heels faced off in the NCAA Championship game. This year’s tournament had many historic moments and the final game would end with yet another. Kansas Rallies to Win NCAA Championship Game A Back-and-Forth First Half Early in the first half, this game looked to be a repeat of […]