JJ Redick Retiring After 15 Seasons

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J.J. Redick is retiring after a memorable NBA career. The 37-year old guard leaves the game as one of the best three-point shooters in league history. There are plenty of teams in the NBA that could use the services of a historic sharpshooter like Redick. However, the 15-year veteran who had expressed a desire to […] READ MORE


Free Agent Shooters the Los Angeles Lakers Should Target

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The beginning of NBA free agency just began. The Los Angeles Lakers need to obtain three-point shooting specialists due to their trade for Russell Westbrook. In the Westbrook trade, the Lakers send two of their best shooters from a year ago in Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Kyle Kuzma to the Wizards. Both LeBron James and Russell […] READ MORE


New York Knicks Possible Deadline Day Moves

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With the NBA trade deadline fast approaching on March 25th, one of the sports’ most iconic franchises in the New York Knicks is exceeding expectations and staying competitive. For the first time since 2013, they have a real chance of making one of the eight playoff seeds. Certainly, they have a good shot of being […] READ MORE


JJ Redick: Three Potential Trade Packages

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The New Orleans Pelicans are still fighting to find their way into a playoff play-in spot. With that being said, veteran sharpshooter JJ Redick has been a hot name in trade rumors around the league. This makes sense, as legitimate championship contenders see him as a leader in the locker room as well as an X-factor. His […] READ MORE


Philadelphia 76ers All-Decade Team

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The Philadelphia 76ers, from 2010 to 2020, were a team that enjoyed the highs of the highs at the beginning of the decade, the lows of the lows in the middle of the decade and back into contention by the end of the 76ers’ decade. The Sixers decade was defined by The Process in which […] READ MORE



Top Five Rookies For 2019-20 NBA Fantasy

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In the final installment of our NBA Fantasy series, the rookies take the spotlight. Each summer the anticipation of a new era of players excites fans throughout the league. This year the June draft brought three tiers of players. A trio of potential All-Stars, a handful of impact players and then everyone else. Drafting a […] READ MORE


Make It Or Break It For Brett Brown

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Two months following the Game 7 defeat in the 2013 NBA Finals to the Miami Heat, San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Brett Brown was announced as head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers. Then general manager, Sam Hinkie, was in the early stages of the (in)famous “process” and took on a coach who hadn’t led a […] READ MORE