NBA Podcasts 

The No Name Podcast Episode 36: The Broken League

  I talked with Mike Sykes (@MikeDSykes) and Wilson Tarpeh Jr. (@WillieTSpeaks)about the NBA Draft, the 76ers future, the Celtics, Lonzo, D’Angelo Russell’s fresh start in Brooklyn, the Knicks, and of course some tangnts. Read More
NBA Podcasts 

No Name Podcast: The Philly Takeover

  I sat down with Mike Sykes to talk about the NBA draft lottery results, Trusting the process, Hinkie love, Ben Simmons, LaVar Ball, bad GM’s, James Harden, the Wizards, John Wall, playoff results, defending Isiah Thomas, and a few tangents.   Read More
NBA NCAAB 

Players that should return to school next year

Almost 95 percent of college athletes want to advance to the NBA, while only about one percent actually make it. Some players have good seasons (or a few games) and think they are league ready. While other are not, but still try their hand at the next level when they aren’t yet ready. Here are a few players (for one reason or another)... Read More
NCAAB 

Who is more NBA ready right now, Jayson Tatum or Josh Jackson?

As March Madness begins to push towards it much anticipated conclusion, basketball fan’s sights will begin to shift towards the NBA playoffs and the upcoming draft. While players like Markelle Fultz and Lonzo Ball will undoubtedly be fighting for the right to be chosen first, this is turning out to be one of the most loaded draft classes in recent... Read More
NBA 

Shades of ’03 as international players dominate Round 1

The theme for the 2016 NBA Draft was international flavor. Eight international players that did not play basketball in the United States last year were drafted in the first round, tying a record set in 2003. There were six players who played collegiately last year that went in the first round, including the No. 1 overall pick, Ben Simmons, out... Read More
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