10 things we learned about the Eastern Conference this regular season

This regular season has been riddled with a litany of storylines that have driven this years NBA regular season. From Cleveland to Philly, we have learned a lot about the NBA this year. Here are 10 things we learned about the Eastern Conference this regular season. 10. Welcome to Drama Island “They’re high,” Rose said to “I mean, with these... Read More

Can you win in todays NBA when your best player is a Center?

The NBA is in an age now when you shoot threes and ask questions later. From the Splash Trio in Golden State to the three point family affair in Houston, the league is moving further and further from the rim. The question has to be asked, can your team flourish when your best player is a center? If you look... Read More

Wizards backcourt overpower Pistons in lopsided win

John Wall and Bradley Beal combined for 54 points as Washington tops Detroit 122-106. Wall had his finger prints all over this game as he finished with a game-high 29 points and 11 assists. After starting 0-5, Wall proceeded to make his next seven shots while going 4-4 from beyond the arc. Wall’s contributions did not just stop at scoring and... Read More

Detroit Pistons Season Preview

Losing Reggie Jackson was a huge blow for Detroit. Other than big man Andre Drummond, Jackson was the one person that the Pistons could not afford to lose for a long period of time. He brings that toughness that embodies Detroit. His scoring ability at the one position was vital to the team’s success. Also, behind him is Ish smith, who... Read More
NBA Wizards 

Washington fills a need at the deadline, the price may be in question

The Washington Wizards took their time, before striking a deal near the close of business of today’s NBA Trade Deadline. The Wizards traded forwards Kris Humphries and DeJuan Blair to the Phoenix Suns for forward Markieff Morris. A huge part of the transaction was the pick that was included in the deal, Washington sent their 2016 first round pick to... Read More
NBA Wizards 

Wizards First Win in Detroit Since 2013

Prior to the the road win for the Wizards on Saturday, the Wizards had not beaten the Detroit Pistons since December 30, 2013. However, the losing streak ended as the Wizards defeated Detroit by a close score of 97-95. The first half was deemed a game of runs as the Pistons used an 8-0 run to get things started. The... Read More

Season Preview: Central 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 now it’s time for the Central Division. The Central Division consists of the Chicago Bulls, Detroit Pistons, Cleveland Cavaliers,... Read More
Mystics WNBA 

Slaying the “bully” a part of the process for young Mystics

The wait is over, the Washington Mystics clinched the fourth and final playoff spot last night with a win over the Indiana Fever. The postseason berth makes it the third consecutive year in which Washington will participate in postseason play. Their 76-72  overtime win over the Fever was a little bit bigger than the players made it seem after the... Read More

Wizards must figure it out with Warriors on the way

The Washington Wizards have been unable to take advantage of the suddenly sliding Atlanta Hawks since the start of the second half of the season. The reason being that Washington is in the midst of their own slide, currently on a three game skid. The latest loss coming yesterday in Detroit against a physical Piston team that imposed their will... Read More

Two Sides Of The Coin: The Best Of The Ringless

With Kevin Durant losing another chance at that elusive first title recently, there has been some murmurings pertaining to if he will ever win a title. So, Chuckie and Mike at My Mind On Sports were thinking about who were the greatest players to never win a title. There is obviously a huge list of people, but there are only... Read More
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