James Harden’s Nets Debut Takeaways

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James Harden has just finished his debut in Brooklyn. Harden’s Nets debut filled the stat sheet with 32 points, 11 rebounds, and 14 assists in a win against the Orlando Magic. With this game, we were able to get a glimpse at what the Nets look like without Kyrie Irving. These games without Irving should […] READ MORE


Luka Doncic is Finally Back

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Luka Doncic had his fair share of struggles early on in the season. The Dallas Mavericks stumbled to 2-4 out the gates as a result. Doncic looked a little out of basketball shape and his shooting numbers were low while turnovers were high. The rough start can also be attributed to Kristaps Porzingis being out. However, with […] READ MORE


Jarred Vanderbilt: The Next Puzzle Piece for the Minnesota Timberwolves

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It’s no secret that the 2020-21 season hasn’t treated the Minnesota Timberwolves very well. For starters, Karl-Anthony Towns ruled out with a wrist injury after only 2 games. This forced Ryan Saunders to dig deep into the bench for frontcourt production. Fortunately, 6-foot-9 power forward Jarred Vanderbilt was waiting for an opportunity to prove himself.  […] READ MORE


Analyzing Four-Team Blockbuster, James Harden Trade

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The inevitable has finally happened. James Harden, who earlier demanded a trade to the Brooklyn Nets, has gotten his wish. Let’s look at the full Harden trade and my winners and thoughts on this blockbuster deal. Full Harden Trade Details Nets receive Harden. Houston Rockets receive Victor Oladipo via Indiana Pacers, Dante Exum, and Rodions […] READ MORE


An Early Season Look at the Houston Rockets

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It’s been an inconsistent start for the Houston Rockets. While it’s still early in the season to pass any significant judgment on what kind of team the Rockets will be this year, there are some promising signs but also many concerning signs. Let’s have an early-season look at their season so far, and a look […] READ MORE


LaMelo Ball: Rookie of the Year?

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Can LaMelo Ball win Rookie of the Year this season?  Ball came into the league as one of the most talked-about prospects in recent memory. It’s safe to say everybody knows about the Lonzo Ball hype coming out of UCLA. Who can forget all the antics Lavar Ball pulled after Lonzo got drafted by the […] READ MORE


Is a Postponement Coming for the NBA?

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The bad news just keeps coming in the NBA. On Sunday, the NBA postponed the Boston Celtics–Miami Heat game due to the Celtics not having enough eligible players. Then the news came this morning that the New Orleans Pelicans–Dallas Mavericks game is postponed. The Boston-Chicago Bulls game is also postponed due to more issues with […] READ MORE


NBA Floats $2.5 Billion Price Tag for Expansion Teams

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Just like much of the other American professional sports leagues, the NBA front office has confirmed it’s in need of a cash infusion. This wasn’t a direct confirmation, by any means. However, according to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst, the league office has floated the idea of a $2.5 billion price tag for any potential expansion teams.  […] READ MORE


A Farewell to 2020

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2020 – the most interesting year in sports history, especially in basketball. A bubble in the “happiest place on Earth” aka Disney? I don’t think that was in anyone’s dreams, including the Saturday Night Live crew. It is time to say farewell to 2020. It was arguably the hardest year financially and also emotionally. March […] READ MORE


Kyle Kuzma’s Impact with the Los Angeles Lakers

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The Los Angeles Lakers have come a long way since being ecstatic over summer league play and the NBA Draft Lottery. Laker fans throwing Twitter debates on who should be the No. 2 pick and the future in Los Angeles. Jim Buss. Mitch Kupchak and Magic Johnson errors and drama halted the purple and gold’s success, […] READ MORE