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Utah Jazz 2017-18 Season Preview

Are we anointing Rudy Gobert too fast? While the big man is one of the best rim protectors in the NBA, but does that alone make him a top-20 player in the league? He still is a question mark on the offensive side of the ball and he still needs someone to get him the ball in order to be... Read More
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The addition of Johnson fills a dire need for Miami

On the surface, many may have been surprised by a 34-year old shooting guard making the decision to pass on several contenders in favor of  the Miami Heat. Upon the news that Joe Johnson was officially bought out by his former team, the Brooklyn Nets, many assumed he’d join LeBron James in Cleveland or be that third wheel that Oklahoma... Read More
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NBA Playoff Preview: Miami Heat vs Brooklyn Nets

After a historic first round, it’s time for the second round match ups. In this one we have the second seed Miami Heat, fresh off of a four game sweep of the Charlotte Bobcats, taking on the sixth seed Brooklyn Nets, who faced off against the Toronto Raptors in a series as competitive as it gets.  During the regular season the... Read More
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Anthony Davis And Lance Stephenson: All-Star Snubs

The NBA All-Star reserves were recently announced.  The reserves include first-timers John Wall of the Washington Wizards (East) and Damion Lilliard of the Portland Trailblazers (West). And it also includes veterans like Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat (East) and Dirk Nowitzki of the Dallas Mavericks. But names that you won’t find in the All-Star game are New Orleans Pelicans big... Read More
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Robinson, Bulls Take 3-1 Lead Back to Brooklyn

After splitting the first two games in Brooklyn, the Chicago Bulls took the next two in Chicago to take a 3-1 series lead over the Nets. The two Eastern Conference teams battled it out in game four, playing a triple-overtime classic in which Nate Robinson put the Bulls on his back in the fourth quarter and was won by the Bulls... Read More

Nets, Bulls Tied at 1 Heading to Chicago

The first two games of the opening round of the playoffs between the Brooklyn Nets and Chicago Bulls were two completely different affairs. The first game belonged to the Nets 106-89, while the Bulls claimed game two 90-82. The biggest difference from game one to game two: points in the paint. Game One: Nets 106 Bulls 89 In the first... Read More
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Where Is Joe Johnson Missing From?

While playing seven seasons for the Atlanta Hawks, Joe Johnson became known as “Iso-Joe”. Johnson received that nickname because of his tendency to stagnate the offense by taking on his defender one-on-one in an attempt to score. At times, he looked like an elite scorer, but when his isolation efforts failed, it bogged down the offensive flow, which was best suited for an athletic style of play. The... Read More

NBA Season Preview: Atlantic Division

The 76ers led by talented young point guard Jrue Holiday, are prepared to for a breakout season. Philadelphia is the most talented team in their division.  A young core has been developed that rivals Oklahoma City. Andrew Bynum is the final piece needed to make a deep playoff run. If the Philadelphia 76ers are able to stay healthy they will... Read More

NBA Player Rank: 39-30

Here is the next portion of our Player Rankings here at My Mind on Sports. Feel free to comment below!!  39. Eric Gordon 20.6ppg 2.8rpg 3.4apg PER: 19.23  38. Roy Hibbert 12.8ppg 8.8rpg 2.0bpg  PER: 19.35   37. Al Horford 12.4ppg 7.0rpg 1.3bpg PER: 19.02  36. John Wall 16.3ppg 4.5rpg 8.0apg PER: 17.77   35. DeMarcus Cousins 18ppg 11.0rpg 1.2bpg PER: 21.72... Read More

“The Battle of Gotham City” Brooklyn Nets or New York Knicks?

I have been interrogated on why I believe the new-look Nets are the immortal team in the city of New York. Below I will elaborate a bit more on why I think the Brooklyn Nets are the paramount gang in Gotham. BUT first and foremost let me state that Nets owner Billy King and co. were the winners of this years free-agency period.... Read More
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