NBA Wizards 

It’s all about fit for Wizards, Porter

There wasn’t any drama involved with Otto Porter Jr’s press conference yesterday to officially announce him signing his extension to remain in Washington. The former Georgetown Hoya is now the highest paid (4-year, $106 million) player on the Wizards, that should change once John Wall makes his decision to resign with Washington. That being said, like his smooth game and... Read More
NBA Wizards 

Washington’s division foes don’t look the same

The Washington Wizards finished last year with a record of 41-41,  fourth in their division. This season they hope to turn that around and possibly be one of the frontrunners coming out of the Southeast division. They fell short of making the playoffs last year, but as always health is a key in terms of what they may or hope... Read More

Durant choses to pursue a championship in the Bay

On Monday morning, Durant announced he will be playing for the Golden State Warriors next season via the Players Tribune. He agreed to a two-year, $54 million contract with a player-option after the first year. Durant led the Oklahoma City Thunder to within a game of the NBA Finals before ultimately falling to the Warriors this season. Now, he decides... Read More
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All-Star reserves and snubs East 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 names as reserves, seven in each conference. The starters in the Eastern Conference, which were announced last week, are LeBron James (Cavaliers), Paul George (Pacers), Carmelo Anthony... Read More
NBA Podcasts 

Episode 3 of “The No Name Podcast” The Blatt Takes…

After the shocking firing of Cleveland Cavs Head Coach David Blatt, I was joined by Mike Sykes (@mikedsykes) and Wilson Tarpeh Jr. (@mymindonsports) to give our opinions on all things Cavs and there mega star LeBron James. Give it a listen leave a comment let me know what you all think.   Read More

The Miami Heat bench is shining bright early on

The Miami Heat had a lot of hype surrounding them coming into this season with some even thinking they have a legitimate shot of beating the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference. Superstars Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh are both healthy and when the two of them are healthy, the team flourishes. Both of the players have logged a lot... Read More
NBA Wizards 

Season Preview: Southeast Division

With the 2015-2016 NBA approaching, the basketball staff of My Mind on Sports is bringing you our season preview roundtable. In these roundtables we will answer key questions in each division concerning their respective teams. The first division was the Atlantic, then the Central, now it’s the Southeast Division. The Southeast Division consists of the Charlotte Hornets, Atlanta Hawks, Washington... Read More

Fun With WhatIfSports: How LeBron’s Teams Match Up

With LeBron James one win away from his sixth NBA Finals appearance (he will be the 33rd player in NBA history to go to six or more Finals), it makes sense to compare this Cavaliers team to the previous five teams he led to the biggest stage in basketball. I could have compared the 2015 Cavs to the ’07 Cavs... 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
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