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NBA Fantasy Breakout Players for Next Season
Cameron Cornell - May 21, 2021

As the regular season comes to a close, it’s time to start looking at NBA fantasy breakout players for 2021-22. Depending on what happens in the draft and free agency, the situations for these players could (and most likely will) change next year. Even with the uncertainty about rosters for next season, these players have […]



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Morehead State basketball avoided a pause on their way to an OVC Championship
Pandemic Profiles: Morehead State Basketball Gets Better On Their Way To A Title

This summer, Last Word on Basketball looks to profile college basketball teams and their journey through a season played during a pandemic. Our previous installment took a look at Vermont from the America East. You can also check out prior installments, starting with Cleveland State. The next program in our series is Morehead State basketball. […]

Chris Paul Free Agent Destinations
Cameron Cornell - Jul 23, 2021

Chris Paul has just come off what most would consider a successful season. He just made his 11th all-star team at age 35 and along with Devin Booker, led the Phoenix Suns to their first NBA Finals appearance in almost 30 years. So what’s the issue? After losing a 2-0 lead in the NBA Finals, […]

Milwaukee’s Historic Run Doesn’t Cover for the NBA’s Market Disparity

It is 2013. The Milwaukee Bucks had made the playoffs for the third time since 2005. Despite not winning a single playoff game, Milwaukee had something to look forward to. The Bucks, a small market, had earned the 15th pick in the NBA draft and had a choice to make. They could either take the […]

With Texas and Oklahoma Leaving the Big 12, Basketball Could Still Save the Conference

Texas and Oklahoma have reportedly explored the option of leaving the Big 12. The two power programs are interested in joining the SEC, and the move could become official in a matter of weeks. Texas and Oklahoma Interested in Leaving Big 12 for the SEC A shift in power is in the making; not a […]

Vermont basketball didn't hit pause on their championship culture despite the pandemic.
Pandemic Profiles: Vermont Basketball Doesn’t Pause Championship Culture

This summer, Last Word on Basketball looks to profile college basketball teams and their journey through a season played during a pandemic. Our previous installment took a look at Cleveland State from the Horizon League. You can also check out prior installments, starting with Loyola (MD). The next program in our series is Vermont basketball. […]

NBA Finals Recap: Giannis has Series for the Ages
Donald Stewart - Jul 22, 2021

Giannis Antetokounmpo simply had a series for the ages. Capped off by a half-century of points in game six to win the NBA championship for the Milwaukee Bucks for the first time in 50 years. This NBA Finals recap looks at the primary factors behind the Bucks winning these finals, and it came down to […]

Ten Reasons Damian Lillard should stay in Portland

Recently, reports have surfaced that Portland Trailblazers superstar, Damian Lillard, will request a trade upon returning home from the Olympics in Tokyo. While he told reporters that this is not true, stranger things have happened. Often times star players deny rumors of being disgruntled in their current situation only to confirm the reports months later. […]

Tyler Herro Trade Packages
John Meckley - Jul 21, 2021

The Miami Heat’s 2020 – 2021 season ended in a very disappointing fashion. With their superstar, Jimmy Butler being at the age of thirty-one, Pat Riley and his front office will need to quickly assess the factors that contributed to this poor result. One player who contributed to this was Tyler Herro, who was wildly […]