Minnesota Timberwolves 2017-18 Season Preview

Well that escalated quickly. While debatable, it could be said that the Timberwolves had the best offseason. From acquiring superstar Jimmy Butler, to retooling their bench, Minnesota could do no wrong this summer (sorta.) Minnesota as a whole had a solid summer (Shoutout to the Lynx for winning their fourth WNBA Championship in seven seasons.) This season will be one... Read More

Indiana Pacers Season Preview

On the surface, you’d think signing Jeff Teague, Al Jefferson, and Thaddeus Young would have put the Pacers over the top in the Eastern Conference. However, there is a chance that these moves hurt Indiana more than helped. Lets focus on the number three for a second. The Pacers were ranked third in the regular season in defensive efficiency last... 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

Reviewing Draft Day trades with Free Agency set to start

This past week has altered the landscape of the league before we even get to start free agency (less than 24 hrs away). Front offices have been working the phones tirelessly trying to improve each respective roster just before the wooing & recruiting process commences to start the free agency period. It’s like high school recruiting, only on a bigger... Read More

Triple Threat: NBA Midseason Awards

The NBA All-Star Weekend is considered the halfway point of the NBA season. Some teams and players look forward to the break to heal up nagging injuries, step away from the game, and to spend time with family. The All-Stars will continue to play, but not to the highest proportions, being that the All-Star Game is a glorified exhibition game.... Read More

Atlanta gets back on track by extending Washington’s slide

The Washington Wizards went into Atlanta ready to beat the team sitting atop the Eastern Conference Standings, ready to end their current three game skid and send Atlanta into their own two game slide. Only, the Hawks had no plans of losing two consecutive games, it was Washington that would leave Atlanta with a fourth consecutive loss. Atlanta went up... Read More

Wizards look to get off the mat, Atlanta stands in the way

The Washington Wizards are in the midst of a horrible three game skid, none of the three losses were acceptable. The last possibly being the worst of the three. After a loss in Phoenix, the Wizards came home to lose against the Raptors and the Hornets. They got down early in the game against Toronto, then showed an incredible resolve... Read More

Don’t Sleep on the Atlanta Hawks

The biggest surprise of the NBA season is no doubt the Atlanta Hawks, who happen to be the number one team in the Eastern Conference with a record of 26-8. Atlanta is currently on a 5-game winning streak and a 7-game road winning streak. The seven straight road wins is first for the Hawks in the last 21 years. During... Read More

NBA Playoff Preview: Indiana Pacers (3) vs Atlanta Hawks (6)

Written by Javeen Rob Season series outcome: Each team won two games a piece Record: Indiana: 49 W – 32 L Atlanta: 44 W – 38 L How they got here: For much of the season, story lines coming out of the Atlanta were dominated by the question about what the franchise would do with free-agent to be Josh Smith.... Read More
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