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Sacramento Kings Offseason: Trade Ideas For a Rebuild
Lawrence George - Oct 23, 2020

In the late 1990s and early 2000s, the Sacramento Kings were one of the elite teams in the Western Conference. They made eight straight playoff appearances including three Conference semifinals and one Western Conference finals appearance. Since then, the Kings have missed 15 straight post-seasons, traded away star players for chocolates, and missed on a […]

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Lorenzo Romar and the Pepperdine Waves Ride High Expectations
Carl Knauf - Dec 5, 2020

Pepperdine’s Lorenzo Romar is prepared to lead his team to the next level and seeks an NCAA Tournament invitation come March. The Waves have a massive opportunity to boost their resume this Sunday against San Diego State. Lorenzo Romar and Pepperdine Expect to Take the Next Step The Pepperdine players sat in the locker room […]

Oklahoma City Thunder Eyeing Rebuild Season with New Core

The Oklahoma City Thunder enter the 2020-21 season eyeing their first rebuild since 2007. After more than a decade of excellence, General Manager Sam Presti pushed the reset button trading all his veteran players. Chris Paul, Danilo Gallinari, Steven Adams, and Dennis Schroder will all don different colors after a successful 2019-20 season. Presti appeared most […]

Phoenix Suns to Shoot for the Stars, Big 2020-21 Season Ahead
Lawrence George - Dec 4, 2020

The Phoenix Suns head into the 2020-21 season with a veteran-laden roster around Devin Booker and Deandre Ayton. Phoenix had a busy offseason, landing future Hall of Fame guard Chris Paul in a deal with the Oklahoma City Thunder. Paul upgrades Phoenix in every way and his presence promises to elevate the Suns from cellar […]

The Mountain West and WCC Need More At-Large Bids

The Mountain West and West Coast conferences are determined and poised to earn additional bids for the NCAA Tournament. Both conferences are more than just San Diego State and Gonzaga. However, with San Francisco’s 85-60 defeat of Nevada on Wednesday night, these hopeful mid-major programs may be hurting each other. The Mountain West and WCC […]

Anthony Davis Signs Max Contract with Los Angeles Lakers
Adam Taylor McKillop - Dec 3, 2020

The good news for Los Angeles Laker fans keeps on coming. Just one day after reaching a two-year contract extension with superstar LeBron James, the Lakers signed a five-year, $190 million maximum contract with Anthony Davis. Klutch Sports CEO and founder Rich Paul informed ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski of the news on Thursday.  Official: Anthony Davis […]

The Houston Rockets and Washington Wizards Exchange All-Star Players

There was a blockbuster trade between the Houston Rockets and Washington Wizards, which took place on Wednesday. The trade has also changed the backcourts of both the Rockets and the Wizards. Both the Houston Rockets and Washington Wizards Exchange NBA All-Stars After only being with the Rockets for one year, Russell Westbrook was traded to […]

Los Angeles Lakers and LeBron James Agree to Two-Year, $85 Million Extension
Nicolette Rojo - Dec 2, 2020

The 2020 NBA Finals Most Valuable Player will be in the City of Angels for a little while longer. Klutch Sports agent Rich Paul told ESPN and multiple outlets that LeBron James has agreed to a two-year, $85 million extension with the Los Angeles Lakers. Los Angeles Lakers, LeBron James Agree to Two-Year, $85 Million Extension […]

2020-21 Big 12 Week One Takeaways
Andrew Tineo - Dec 1, 2020

Over the past decade, one of the most consistent conferences in all of College Basketball has been the Big 12. They are headlined by one of the best regular-season collaborations with the Big 12/SEC Challenge. The Big 12 has won that competition four of the seven seasons. The only instance where the conference lost the […]