Category: NBA

One and Done: Hurt or Help?

The landscape of college basketball changes drastically after the season ends in April. Seniors graduate, coaches leave, and players declare for the NBA draft. However, in a recent trend started within the last 15 years, freshman have left after their inaugural collegiate season at a very high frequency. With this said, why is there a

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“Dud” of a Deadline

Paul George, Carmelo Anthony, Jimmy Butler, Derrick Rose, and Ricky Rubio, where did they all go? Absolutely nowhere. Yep, the NBA trade deadline ended today at 2 pm and all the “buzz” and rumors of all the gigantic NBA names “on the move” were completely squashed. But wait!? What about the trades that did happen today?

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Cousins to Pelicans: What Does it Mean for the West, and the NBA?

The NBA Trade deadline is arguably one of the most exciting in all of sports. It’s one that a lot of people constantly watch for, year in and year out, and pay close attention to. Some of the biggest names are liable to go to a new team, and as we approach the trade deadline,

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The Quality of Play in the NBA

Here’s the scenario, you have tickets to an intriguing matchup between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Cleveland Cavaliers in November, it all sounds good right? We all know who the big stars are on both of those teams, LeBron James (he happens to be on the Cavs just in case you’ve been living under a rock) and

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