All-NBA First Team Predictions

With the season literally days away, the excitement for the season is at an all time high. All the NBA Writers got together at My Mind on Sports and here is our predictions for the All-NBA First team. Dark Horses There are several stars in the NBA that get subbed or left out the All NBA first team every year.  Expect these… Read More

New Orleans Pelicans Season Preview

Let’s have a moment on silence for Anthony Davis please. Not only has Davis been subjected to having some of the most unreliable teammates of all time due to injury and not-so-good talent, but Davis has struggled with the injury bug as well. Not sure if the Pelicans are cursed by some bad voodoo or something, but it seems like… Read More

All-Star reserves and snubs: West Edition

On Thursday the NBA Announced the All-Star Game reserves and of course there were players who were absolutely deserving and your annual snubs. Coaches around the league voted for 14 players to be named as reserves, seven in each conference. The starters in the Western Conference, which were announced last week, are Kobe Bryant (Lakers), Kevin Durant (Thunder), Russell Westbrook… Read More
NBA Wizards 

Discussing Wall, Beal’s chances to make the final roster

Earlier today USA Basketball released the roster for it’s 2016 National Team Showcase and the Wizards starting backcourt of John Wall and Bradley Beal are among the list of 30 NBA players. That list includes veterans of previous Olympics and World championships. The battle to make the team is going to be extremely difficult for John Wall due to the… Read More

Triple Threat: NBA Midseason Awards

The NBA All-Star Weekend is considered the halfway point of the NBA season. Some teams and players look forward to the break to heal up nagging injuries, step away from the game, and to spend time with family. The All-Stars will continue to play, but not to the highest proportions, being that the All-Star Game is a glorified exhibition game.… Read More
NBA Wizards 

NBA: First Half Top Performers

Western Conference Point Guard: Stephen Curry When talking about the first half of the NBA season, how can you not lead off with Stephen Curry? The sixth-year point guard is shooting 49% from the field (tied for his career high) and has been the driving force behind the Warriors’ Western Conference best 36-8 record, Curry also ranks in the top-5… Read More

NBA All Star Voting Results: Western Conference

The starters have been announced for the All-Star teams, it’s far too early to discuss who got snubbed as the reserves haven’t yet been announced. But, here’s an indication of how the fans voted in the West. Frontcourt 1 Anthony Davis (NO) 1,369,911 2 Marc Gasol (Mem) 795,121 3 Blake Griffin (LAC) 700,615 4 Tim Duncan (SA) 546,817 5 Kevin… Read More

What did we Learn? 10 thoughts from the NBA’s Opening Night

The NBA season is back in action and can be difficult to keep up with. The waiting, suffering and tests of patience are finally over with. There is no more dealing with the grueling, slow, yet, knee-jerk pace of the NFL season. No more dealing with narratives week to week about which quarterback throws the most accurate passes or discussions… Read More

Opening Week’s Must Watch Games

  The long off-season is finally over, preseason has also ended. The 2014-2015 NBA season tips off tonight, with over 40 plus games in the week. While everyone will be making mountains move in their lives as to not miss their favorite team open their season, we’re here to provide you with a few games that might take precedence over… Read More
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