NBA 

Sacramento Kings 2017-18 Season Preview

What?!?!? Sacramento actually had a good offseason? Starting with the draft. De’Aaron Fox was one of the most dynamic guards in all of the NCAA a year ago. His open space speed rivals that John Wall’s and his ability to score the ball makes his nearly unstoppable when he gets it going. Along with Fox, Sacramento drafted UNC’s Justin Jackson,... Read More
NBA 

Cousins Traded to Pelicans after All-Star Game

Not long after Anthony Davis broke the NBA All-Star single game scoring record, he got some much-needed help. The New Orleans Pelicans and Sacramento Kings struck up a deal that sends fellow All-Star DeMarcus Cousins to the Pelicans as first reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of the Vertical. Sacramento has agreed to trade DeMarcus Cousins to the New Orleans Pelicans, league... Read More
NBA 

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
NBA 

Shades of ’03 as international players dominate Round 1

The theme for the 2016 NBA Draft was international flavor. Eight international players that did not play basketball in the United States last year were drafted in the first round, tying a record set in 2003. There were six players who played collegiately last year that went in the first round, including the No. 1 overall pick, Ben Simmons, out... Read More
NCAAB 

Previewing this weekend’s Final Four

It’s once again coming to an end for college basketball.  It’s the final weekend of the college basketball season starting with Final Four Saturday.  This weekend we have a match-up of revenge games.  First game of the day has the South Regional Champs Villanova, who left top seeded Kansas frustrated going up against West Regional Champions Oklahoma. Oklahoma and Villanova... Read More
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