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College Basketball Bubble Location Updates

College basketball fans continue to get positive news as the upcoming season approaches. A new season start date of November 25th was approved this past Wednesday. Last month, the idea of a college basketball bubble for March Madness received substance by Mark Emmert. All that is left is figuring out how the NCAA gets to […]



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Billy Donovan Named Chicago Bulls Head Coach
Dylan Guest - Sep 22, 2020

Billy Donovan has been named the new Chicago Bulls head coach, per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. On September 8th, just two weeks ago, it was announced that Donovan had parted ways with the Oklahoma City Thunder after five years. The Bulls had been in search of a new head coach since parting ways with Jim […]

Giannis Antetokounmpo Rumors: Four Teams in Position to Pursue the Star

Fresh off a second-round exit to the Miami Heat, speculation surrounding Giannis Antetokounmpo and his future has begun. The 25-year-old averaged a ludicrous 29.5 points, 13.5 rebounds, and 5.6 assists on 55.3 percent shooting. The Greek Freak became just the third player in NBA history to win both MVP and Defensive Player of the Year awards […]

Philadelphia 76ers: Steps to Contention

The Philadelphia 76ers are in a tough spot. First of all, they have two of the league’s biggest stars in Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons. That in itself should make them a championship contender. Unfortunately for the 76ers, however, their fit still isn’t clear. Extending on that, Philadelphia also has Tobias Harris and Al Horford under massive contracts. Both underperformed last season. […]

Exploring the New Orleans Pelicans’ Offseason Options

The New Orleans Pelicans are in the perfect position to go in a myriad of directions. The Pelicans among a few teams with cap space can elect to absorb bad contracts, accumulate more assets, add talent via trade or continue its slow rebuild. President David Griffin and GM Trajan Langdon did a wonderful job since […]

Portland Trail Blazers: Steps to Contention
Dylan Guest - Sep 21, 2020

The Portland Trail Blazers are in an interesting spot. They finished the 2019-20 regular season under .500, with a record of 35-39. That was good enough, however, to land them a place in the NBA playoffs after some stellar play in the league bubble. They lost in the first round in five games, albeit to […]

Houston Rockets: An Insight Into the Departure of Coach Mike D’Antoni

Since being ousted in five games by the Los Angeles Lakers, Houston Rockets coach Mike D’Antoni will be searching for a new home. The 68-year-old will test the market after electing not to renew his tender with the franchise. While his departure wasn’t surprising after failing to reach a contract extension back in May of […]

College Basketball Bubble Location Updates

College basketball fans continue to get positive news as the upcoming season approaches. A new season start date of November 25th was approved this past Wednesday. Last month, the idea of a college basketball bubble for March Madness received substance by Mark Emmert. All that is left is figuring out how the NCAA gets to […]

Bradley Beal Made History as an All-NBA Team Snub
Kunning Chen - Sep 19, 2020

The NBA recently announced the All-NBA team selections for this season and there were many notable players that didn’t make the list. None of them bigger than the Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal. Bradley Beal Makes History After All-NBA Team Snub Beal became the first player in NBA history to average 30 points per game […]