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NBA Picks – January 17th, 2022
Jason Grad - Jan 17, 2022

Monday, January 17th offers a full schedule of 12 NBA games for fans and gambling enthusiasts. Below you will find my NBA picks against the Vegas lines and my analysis of the matchups. ¬†Game on. NBA Picks – January 17th, 2022 NBA: Cavaliers (-3) Vs Nets $$ Devastating news for the Nets as Kevin Durant […]



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NBA Picks – January 17th, 2022
Jason Grad - Jan 17, 2022

Monday, January 17th offers a full schedule of 12 NBA games for fans and gambling enthusiasts. Below you will find my NBA picks against the Vegas lines and my analysis of the matchups. ¬†Game on. NBA Picks – January 17th, 2022 NBA: Cavaliers (-3) Vs Nets $$ Devastating news for the Nets as Kevin Durant […]

NBA Game Previews for MLK Day
Previewing the 12 NBA Games on MLK Day

While it is first and foremost a much more meaningful and significant day than just a full day of basketball, the 12 NBA games that will air on Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, January 17th, 2022 will be a 12-hour stretch of paradise for hoops fanatics. Wait, 12 hours? Oh yes. The first […]

LA Clippers coach Ty Lue
LA Clippers: Top 3 Moments This Season
Jon Lee - Jan 16, 2022

The ups and downs from this roller coaster of a season have provided plenty of moments to remember. The LA Clippers are treading water without their two best players. Among the lows are losses to sub-500 teams, injuries, and losing players to health and safety protocols. But amongst the highs are performances from unexpected contributors, […]

NBA Rumors: Trades if the Portland Trail Blazers Become Sellers

The Portland Trail Blazers are in the midst of a profoundly disappointing season. They spent this summer fending off Damian Lillard trade rumors. While he remains on the roster, upheaval still consumes the organization. Longtime head coach Terry Stots was controversially replaced with Chauncey Billups. It’s hard to say that it’s worked out to date. […]

NBA Hot and Not
January NBA Hot and Not
Luke Anton - Jan 15, 2022

The wintry dog days of the 2021-22 NBA regular season have arrived. We are officially halfway through the season with every team reaching the 41-game mark, save for the Toronto Raptors, Denver Nuggets and Chicago Bulls. The All-Star Game is near (Feb. 20th) and more and more blowouts are occurring on a nightly basis. Halfway […]

Baylor Women’s Basketball Slumping Under New Leadership

This year Baylor hired Nikki Collen from the Atlanta Dream to lead their team after Kim Mulkey left for LSU. Unfortunately, Baylor Women’s basketball is slumping. Last night, Baylor lost a challenging game 83-77 to Oklahoma. Despite leading most of the game, the Bears could not win. This is Baylor’s second loss in a row. […]

College basketball bracketology is back.
LWOS 2021-22 College Basketball Bracketology 3.0

How the mighty have fallen. Okay, that might be a slight exaggeration. However, since our last college basketball bracketology, every remaining unbeaten team has fallen. All of that has happened within the past seven days, too. Baylor fell to Texas Tech. USC fell to Stanford. Colorado State fell to San Diego State. The good news […]

Los Angeles Lakers: Three potential trades to acquire Myles Turner
Lawrence George - Jan 14, 2022

When the Los Angeles Lakers assembled a big three of LeBron James, Anthony Davis, and Russell Westbrook, there was an understanding that it would take some time. After 42 games, the Lakers sit eighth in the Western Conference with a 21-21 record and need a change badly. One player who could really change their fortunes […]