NBA 

Surprises from first half of the NBA Season

From Isaiah Thomas catapulting into superstar status to Memphis beating Golden State twice, there have been a lot of surprises from the first half of the NBA season. Here are my top five: 5. Is Jabari Parker Really This Good!? Yes, Giannas Antetokounmpo has had a superstar worthy first half of the season, but lets not overlook how productive Jabari... Read More
NBA 

Year of the Deer? Milwaukee Bucks Preview

2015-16 was a bit of a struggle for the Milwaukee Bucks. A team seemingly on the verge of a breakout season seemed doomed from the start. After pushing the Bulls to 6 games in 2014-15, the Bucks looked to get more athletic and younger. So they traded Jared Dudley and Zaza Pachulia, and brought in Greg Monroe and returned a... Read More
NBA Wizards 

Wizards set to face the Monroe led Bucks

After a thrilling start to the season, the Wizards go to Milwaukee and look to improve to 2-0. The Wizards season opener was too close for comfort, but definitely showed the promising fast pace style of play that seemed to compliment the 1-2 punch of John Wall and Bradley Beal. The shooting guard who’s in a contract year, finished the... Read More
NBA 

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
NBA 

Two Sides Of The Coin: The 2014-2015 NBA Rookie Of The Year Is…..

The NBA Draft had plenty of people excited over who could potentially be playing for their favorite team. More specifically, teams were looking to cash in on the bevy of talent that this draft had. And some teams got lucky to get who they wanted. While others are waiting on their guys to eventually ready to contribute to their team.... Read More
NBA Wizards 

Standing Pat? The Washington Wizards’ Draft and other notes

The reaction on Wizards twitter wasn’t great when the Washington Wizards ended up trading their lone draft pick to the Los Angeles Lakers for cash considerations. The cash fills out the bottom line of the roster. It essentially represents money that doesn’t count for or against the cap, but it gives the Wizards the freedom to spend a bit extra... Read More
NBA 

Thoughts on the 2014 NBA Draft

Fans, scouts, and front offices have been keeping tabs on Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker well before the young prospects could legally operate a motor vehicle. Now the long wait and anticipation is nearly over, as one of the more anticipated NBA draft is only a day away. Before the festivities begin, I’ll share my thoughts on some players in a Q&A format. Once the draft is complete ,... Read More
NCAAB 

ACC Player of the Year: Jabari Parker or Marcus Paige?

The rivalry between North Carolina and Duke is arguably the most storied rivalry in the history of college hoops. There is no love lost between the two teams that are separated by just eight miles. Each year one, if not both of these teams are in contention to win the ACC, but this year they will not being playing for... Read More
NCAAB 

Polarizing Narratives Surround Wiggins

A few months ago, Andrew Wiggins was considered, in many circles, as the best pro prospect to appear on the national scene in quite some time. Whether or not he was a better high school player than Kevin Durant or Derrick Rose was missing the point.  The fact of the matter was that Wiggins was a generational talent blessed with... Read More
NCAAB 

Early Season Impressions

On Tuesday night, the nation got to see the best group of freshman that the college game has to offer and it’s  fair to say that viewers were not left disappointed. -Fabulous freshman stetting the stage for what is to come: With a bevy of scouts and basketball luminaries in attendance, Julius Randle put on a second half show, bouldering... Read More
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