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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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
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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 

Couple of youngsters stand out after two preseason games

  Washington is now 1-1 after their first two games on the preseason schedule, winning a double overtime tilt with the Philadelphia 76ers on Thursday. The outcome of the games means little, but there’s much to be taken from the contests. The Wizards have two games next week, Monday in New York against the Knicks and back home on Thursday... 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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Washington hosts Miami to kick off the preseason

Finishing last season 41-41 and failing to make the playoffs, the Wizards will look to turn that around this season. They’ve added some key additions in Trey Burke (formerly of the Utah Jazz)and getting 6’7 Tomas Satoransky from Barcelona to come over and begin his NBA career. They’ve also added two forwards from Orlando, Jason Smith and Andrew Nicholson, along... Read More
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Loyalty, between players and organizations are slowly fading away

Numbers never lie, at least that’s how the saying goes. If numbers don’t lie, they can certainly bend the truth a little bit. When it comes to professional athletes, number are quite often deceiving. Outside of statistics, the two biggest numbers that can be deceiving are dollar amount and years with a franchise. Loyalty between the players and the organizations... Read More
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Dwyane Wade commits to signing with Chicago Bulls

Loyalty in business means nothing, and if you didn’t believe it before you will after this next sentence. Three time NBA champion Dwyane Wade has agreed to a two year, $47.5 million deal with the Chicago Bulls. After being offered a two year, $40 million from the Miami Heat once they were out of the running for Kevin Durant, the... Read More
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