Golden State wins second title in three years, Durant named Finals MVP

After heartbreak struck a year ago, the Golden State Warriors capture redemption as they win their second NBA Championship in three years, defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers in game five 129-120. In Game 4, the Warriors got punched in the mouth in the first quarter and could never recover. Along with LeBron James and Kyrie Irving’s greatness, Cleveland stirred the “Can… Read More

The No Name Podcast Episode 33 My Name is My Name

      I sat down with Mike Sykes (@MikeDSykes) to discuss the Spurs and Celtics future plans, the idea of waiting out LeBron, Chris Paul to the Spurs, Blake Griffin, the Clippers future, the All NBA Teams, Nerlens Noel, the value of rim protecting bigmen, The Finals preview, Curry’s greatness, LeBron vs Jordan, and a few tangent. Read More

Walker Gets New Deal, Hits Game Winner

  The Charlotte Hornets (yes they are back with that name) started off their new era last night at home against the Milwaukee Bucks. The rebranding on and off the court was certainly evident and the building was abuzz, it seemed as if the players were just as if not more amped up for the game than the fans. Walker… Read More

Two Sides Of The Coin: The Best Of The Ringless

With Kevin Durant losing another chance at that elusive first title recently, there has been some murmurings pertaining to if he will ever win a title. So, Chuckie and Mike at My Mind On Sports were thinking about who were the greatest players to never win a title. There is obviously a huge list of people, but there are only… Read More

Phil Jackson will need more than Zen when it comes to the New York Knicks

Phil Jackson is officially back with the New York Knicks. After having loads of success in his playing days decades ago as a Knick, Jackson will return to the team in a front office role as the team president. He’ll try and fix the mess that Knicks owner Jim Dolan has created over the last year or so. And what… Read More

LeBron Smartly Balks At The Slam Dunk Contest Again

Michael Jordan, Larry Nance, Dominique Wilkins and Julius “Dr. J” Irving were all names that dominated the NBA’s Slam Dunk contest during All-Star weekends of the past. When the names were released for the 2014 dunk contest, plenty of people were excited to see players like John Wall, Paul George and Terrance Ross. But there was one name that many… Read More
King's Court 

King’s Court

Welcome to another edition of the “King’s Court.” In this post, I will be discussing a variety of different topics from the MLB, NBA, and NHL. If you don’t already, be sure to follow me on Twitter @KingEdward15. 4 Games, 2 Cities Series Interleague play is now a part of everyday life in Major League Baseball with the realignment of… Read More

Why returning the Hornets back to Charlotte is Great for the NBA and North Carolina

  After the Charlotte Hornets left for New Orleans in 2002, the city was promised another team for the 2004-2005 season. In June 2003, the new team was name the Bobcats. The original owner of the team, Robert “Bob” Johnson named the team after himself even after the Charlotte Regional Sports Commission had a fan vote on the nickname, but Johnson chose the Bobcats over the Charlotte… Read More
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