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Rudy Gobert potential offseason move for LA Clippers
Max Kappel - Jan 10, 2023

The Rockets Win Displayed the Timberwolves’ Biggest Issue Despite pulling out of Toyota Center with a victory, the Wolves win didn’t happen blissfully. The Wolves trailed starting from the game’s outset, which was odd considering the relative infancy of the Rockets roster. The Wolves were down by 20 early on at one point, and assistant […]

Max Kappel - Dec 6, 2022

Let’s check in on last year’s Western Conference 7-seed. As of December 6th, they sit at 11-12 and are currently seated in the 11-seed. Hardly where they wanted to be after the massive acquisition of Rudy Gobert over the summer. Now without $224 million man Karl-Anthony Towns for 4-6 weeks, what can we expect from […]

Andrew Wiggins drives on Corey Kispert
Lester Mondragon - Oct 18, 2022

Andrew Wiggins‘ decision to stay with the Golden State Warriors is the best option he had for his career. A championship-caliber team is what he needed. This is to say, he sees the bigger picture at the end of the tunnel. Andrew Wiggins’ Decision to Remain with the Golden State Warriors Wiggins just signed a […]

Dylan Guest, Editor - Oct 13, 2022

The action never seems to seize in basketball and the NBA 2022 offseason was yet another example, especially when it came to trades. Major players swapped squads, greatly improving their new teams as well as their own personal outlooks. Take a look at the top five trades thus far. NBA 2022 Offseason: Top Five Trades […]

Minnesota Timberwolves

The Minnesota Timberwolves truly became the shock of last season as they went from the 13th seed in the west to the 7th seed last year. They made the playoffs for the first time since having Jimmy Butler, and they have looked to capitalize on that. All their moves as of lately have been pro-competing […]

Every year we see the Defensive Player of the Year award be given to a game-changing defender. This award is unlike the MVP award as it’s easier to win multiple years in a row. This last year a very rare occurrence happened as Marcus Smart won the award as a guard. With this being a […]

Tristan Rawcliffe - Aug 11, 2022

Recently Minnesota Timberwolves star Anthony Edwards was interviewed by Complex. During this interview, he made many bold claims. The most noteworthy was his response when asked if he could one day be the face of the NBA. He responded by saying “Oh yeah, 100 percent. Sure. I mean it comes with time and it comes […]

Dylan Guest, Editor - Aug 11, 2022

The NBA offseason has reached its slow point (for now), which means it’s time to give out grades. A lot can, and probably will, happen before the season tips off, such as trades involving stars like wantaway Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant and star guard Donovan Mitchell, but for now, the free agency market has […]

As the entire NBA universe waits for Donovan Mitchell and Kevin Durant trades that may never come, it’s time to take stock of the flurry of activity that defined the past two weeks of the NBA offseason. We’ve previously discussed the biggest winners of the NBA’s free agency period. Now, we move on to the […]

The MVP award in the NBA is usually based on storyline just as much as it is skill and stats. This makes it an award that’s hard to win if you aren’t a favorite early on. This isn’t always the case as sometimes the person who wins isn’t even in the top five for odds. […]

With NBA free agency starting to wrap up there are a few quality players that have yet to be signed. One of the biggest names in this bunch is Collin Sexton of the Cleveland Cavaliers. With multiple teams in need of his skill set, here are a few teams that should take a second look […]

Dylan Guest, Editor - Jul 9, 2022

NBA free agency has been swinging over the several days. Plenty of big moves got the headlines, such as Jalen Brunson signing with the New York Knicks. Then other stories exploded, such as the massive extensions handed out to stars, the Kevin Durant trade saga, and other major completed trades such as Rudy Gobert heading to the Minnesota Timberwolves. With all […]

The Utah Jazz finally decided to split up their main core after another year of playoff failure. The duo of Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert have been together ever since Mitchell was drafted in 2017. After an embarrassing loss to Dallas in the first round, Utah decided to ship off Gobert. Minnesota seemed like the […]

Kyle Anderson

Kyle Anderson signed with the Minnesota Timberwolves on the first day of free agency. The two sides agreed to a two-year contract worth $18 million, or $9 million per season. This contract keeps him in Minneapolis through the 2023-2024 season. Kyle Anderson Signs With the Minnesota Timberwolves Anderson was originally drafted in the first round […]

Dylan Guest, Editor - May 9, 2022

After bowing out to the Memphis Grizzlies in the first round of the NBA playoffs, the Minnesota Timberwolves must look into trades to improve their roster. Minnesota could very well have gone on to win the series, but instead consistently blew fourth-quarter leads. This shows that Minnesota is a playoff-caliber team, but not one set […]

Jason Grad - May 1, 2022

The Memphis Grizzlies finished the Timberwolves’ season last night in yet another impressive fourth-quarter comeback.  It was the fourth such comeback in this series alone putting the final nails in the coffin of Minnesota’s dream of a Cinderella season. The series finished with the Memphis Grizzlies winning in six games just as I had predicted […]

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Kayla Fonte - May 1, 2022

The NBA trade deadline is less than two weeks away, and the Toronto Raptors are expected to make a splash. The underperforming team is currently holding a 22-28 record, placing them 12th in the East. Numerous rumors are swirling about potential moves they might make to get back on track, with three players at the […]

NBA resurgence of Zion Williamson
Tre Rowbotham - May 1, 2022

The NBA All-Star starters were announced Thursday night on TNT. As with any balloting process, there were a couple of surprising names that flashed on the screen. Naturally, that means there were also a few snubs as well. Let’s see how the teams are looking so far. NBA All-Star Starters Reaction: How Is Zion Williamson […]

Tre Rowbotham - May 1, 2022

The Los Angeles Lakers have been living in mediocrity once again this season. Since winning the NBA Finals in the Orlando bubble, the Lakers have been mired by injuries to a slew of stars and role players alike. This season has been no different. LeBron James has taken it upon himself to carry the team. […]

Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons meet again
Adeniyi Pelumijoel - May 1, 2022

This is going to be interesting! The upcoming Wednesday night clash between two major powerhouses in the Eastern Conferences is gathering a great deal of attention. And now—for some memorable reasons—is already termed to be more than just a match-up. Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid will be creating the extra storyline when Brooklyn Nets and […]

Chris Paul is getting back to himself as Devin Booker is healing up for the Phoenix Suns
Tre Rowbotham - May 1, 2022

Something has been brewing in Phoenix over the past few months. Ever since the Mavericks blasted the Suns in an embarrassing game seven display, Phoenix hasn’t looked quite right. Jae Crowder demanded a trade, Deandre Ayton tried to leave in free agency, and Devin Booker, Cam Johnson, and Chris Paul have been sidelined for extended […]

Rui Hachimura headed to the Los Angeles Lakers
Jordan Pagkalinawan - May 1, 2022

After months of speculation, it finally happened. The Los Angeles Lakers made an in-season trade for someone that is not a 6’3” guard. LA is finalizing a deal to send point guard Kendrick Nunn and three future second-round picks to the Washington Wizards in exchange for forward Rui Hachimura, as first reported by Shams Charania. […]

Tre Rowbotham - May 1, 2022

After a 10-13 start to the season, the New York Knicks were staring down the barrel of another losing season. Since then, the Knicks have gone 15-8 and are looking like sudden playoff contenders in the Eastern Conference. What changed? Julius Randle decided to start playing like an All-Star again. Julius Randle’s All-Star Play Has […]

Jon Lee - May 1, 2022

The LA Clippers fell 126-103 to the Utah Jazz, placing them in the 8th seed. Superstar wings Kawhi Leonard and Paul George did not suit up as it was the second leg of a back-to-back. The team has dropped eight of its last nine. And with a little under half the season remaining, it does […]