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October 20 NBA Predictions – Part 1
Mac Smith - Oct 20, 2021

October 20 is the start of the season for 22 NBA teams. With that, we have more NBA predictions. Last night, Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks rolled the Brooklyn Nets while Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors upset the Los Angeles Lakers. If this is any indication, the NBA season ahead will be […]

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Colgate Shocks Syracuse 100-85
Christopher Sedlak - Nov 20, 2021

Colgate, who was just 2-2 heading into today’s game, took down Syracuse by scoring 100 points. Typically, teams cannot achieve 100 against the heralded Syracuse defense. Syracuse only allowed 60 and 63 in their first two games. Yet today, Colgate shocks Syracuse with an upset victory. Colgate Shocks Syracuse 100-85 Before this game,  the Raiders […]

Players to Hold in Fantasy Basketball

We are officially a month into the NBA season and already some players have not lived up to expectations. For a lot of young players, patience is key. The main cause for these struggles is usually poor shooting, and that is something that a player just needs to play through. Each one of these players […]

Feast Week Preview

FEAST WEEK IS HERE! Starting November 18th, college basketball fans witness 11 straight days of high-quality college basketball tournaments. Some of the best teams from around the country will compete in MTEs that showcase amazing talent. For example, if you aren’t watching the first round of the Maui Invitational on Monday at 3:30, what are […]

Ben Simmons Trade Rumors: Potential Deal Between 76ers, Pistons Might Include Jerami Grant

Detroit Pistons’ forward Jerami Grant is reportedly in discussions as part of a Ben Simmons trade package, according to Keith Pompey, from the Philadelphia Inquirer. According to the report, the Sixers might be interested in trading Simmons for Grant, a young player, a forward, and a draft pick. Pompey also reports that James Harden might […]

Early Season Surprises and Sluggish starts in Women’s College Basketball

Only eight days into the season, there are a variety of storylines throughout the country. Mid-majors are making waves throughout the country, taking down extensive programs one by one. Yet they are not getting enough respect, Florida Gulf Coast just beat LSU, and they are still unranked. Missouri State has made three consecutive appearances in […]

Takeaways From the First 15 Miami Heat Games
John Meckley - Nov 18, 2021

After last night’s defeat of the New Orleans Pelicans, the Miami Heat find themselves at 10-5 through the first 15 games of the season. Throughout these games, the Heat have had a couple of very impressive victories. They have defeated the Brooklyn Nets, Dallas Mavericks, Milwaukee Bucks, and the Utah Jazz twice. In this article, […]

Orlando Magic Young Core is Showing Up
Dylan Guest - Nov 17, 2021

The Orlando Magic are 3-11. That’s not good by any means, but it’s expected. The team is full of young players, and their main veterans include Terrence Ross, Gary Harris, and Robin Lopez. Those are role players on contending teams. With that being said, the team’s young core looks very promising. New head coach Jamahl Mosley is aware […]

A Case For Weird: Why Houston Baptist Needs To Bring Back Their Throwbacks
Ian Curtis - Nov 16, 2021

The Houston Baptist Huskies may be nothing too special. They are but one of the many mediocre programs that dot the college basketball landscape. Here’s a brief look at their history (or lack thereof): The Huskies boast a single NCAA Tournament appearance, in 1984, along with a 3-10 record in the NAIA tournament. They’ve got […]