NBA Wizards 

Beal’s heroics not enough, Wizards rally falls short

With 5.8 seconds left in the game, the Washington Wizards found themselves in possession of the ball and down two points to the visiting Miami Heat. John Wall inbounded the ball to Bradley Beal who came off a screen at the foul line and caught the ball at the top of the key, behind the three point line. Beal’s defender,... Read More
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Miami Heat 2017-18 Season Preview

Miami will make the playoffs this year. But that doesn’t mean they are a top team in the league. When you look at this team, they have talent up and down the roster. From the highly entertaining Hassan Whiteside to the tough and gritty Dion Waiters, this team will be in games this year. While they do not have that... Read More
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Jalen’s All-NBA Snub team

With the All-NBA teams announced, there are some notable names that were left off the list. Here is the All-NBA Snubbed team. Kyrie Irving Playing next to LeBron James has it’s perks and it’s downfalls. On one hand, your team is an automatic championship contending team. Your play, along with that of the whole team, will be elevated and James will... Read More
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Dallas Mavericks Season Preview

You can say that the Dallas Mavericks had a Win-lose-lose-lose situation type of offseason. Getting Harrison Barnes and Andrew Bogut are good picks up for any team. However, when you expect Barnes to be your number one option and pay him as such ( 4 years, 95 million), that’s a whole different conversation. Harrison struggled mightily last year for the Warriors when... Read More
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Miami Heat Season Preview

Forget Dwyane Wade! We have Josh Richardson and Tyler Johnson! Wait what? Since 2003, Wade was the Miami Heat. He led them to three championships (two with the “Big 3” and one with Shaquille O’Neal) and was the centerpiece of the organization. Like Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, and Dirk Nowitzki (probably) Wade was seen to be a “lifer” in Miami.... Read More
NBA Wizards 

What was learned from Miami’s win over Washington

Only one night, only one game. The Washington Wizards fell to the Miami Heat in their preseason opener, 106-95. The strong emphasis on the defensive end was not apparent or not received by the entire team for this game. There were a couple of players who played good defense, but it was far from enough. Miami’s Hassan Whiteside had a... Read More
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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
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Wizards play offseason aggressor for the first time in years

The Wizards of yesteryear are gone. Garrett Temple, Jared Dudley, Nene, Alan Anderson and Ramon Sessions are all out. But in their place comes Andrew Nicholson, Tomas Satoransky, Ian Mahinmi, Jason Smith and Trey Burke. No, that’s not a murderers row of talent by any standpoint, but it’ll do. For Washington, this was supposed to be the summer of Durant.... Read More
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Taking a glance at the NBA Playoffs

The Cleveland Cavaliers were the first team to advance to the Conference Finals after sweeping the Atlanta Hawks. The other six teams remaining, however, will continue to battle it out to inch one step closer to the NBA Finals. While the Cavs now get some rest, (a scary thought for their next opponent) the other three series are far from... Read More
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Predictions from the Baseline: Award winners and more

The 2015-2016 NBA season no longer looms over us, it is finally here and underway. The Golden State Warriors are looking to repeat as NBA champions after a historic season in 2014. With revamped rosters around the league and several personnel changes for a couple of organizations, this season will be quite interesting. A variety of transactions took place over... Read More
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