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The No Name Podcast Episode 35: The KD Curse

  Mike Sykes (@MikeDSykes) sat down with me to discus What this championship means for Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry being the greatest teammate of all time, LeBron James unfairly getting killed, Kyrie Irving’s flawed but amazing game, The Finals as a whole, our favorite storylines from the season, should the Cavs trade Kevin Love, some things we are looking forward... Read More
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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
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On the brink of elimination, Cleveland win Game 4 in rout

Cleveland set a bevy of records in a 137-116 win over Golden State in Game 4 of the NBA Finals. Behind the high powered duo of LeBron James and Kyrie Irving, Cleveland came out the gates firing. After struggling as a team from beyond the arc in the three prior contests, the Cavs were on-fire from three the entire night.... Read More
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The No Name Podcast Episode 34: Mega Pod Part Deux

  The No Name Podcast is back with a very special Mega Podcast I was joined by Mike (@MikeDSykes) Eddie (@KingEdward15) and Wilson (@WillieTSpeaks) to give our thoughts on the finals, LeBron, Kyrie, how long does this Warriors team last, what can the Cavs do this off-season, fake trades, The Ball Family, Markelle Fultz, and some more tangent. Read More
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Warriors stun Cleveland with Durant game winner

Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors complete an unlikely comeback and defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 3, 118-113. In these last three playoff trips, Golden State’s record in Game 3s has been seemingly their only achilles heel (minus what happened in the finals last year.) More times than not, the Warriors would control home court advantage their first... Read More
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The importance of Game 3 for Cleveland

Stephen Curry notched his first playoffs career triple double in a 132-113 Game 2 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals. It seems that even when Golden State is having a bad game, they are still head and shoulders better than everybody else. Game 2 saw the Warriors play probably their second worst game of these playoffs, coughing up... Read More
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Durant shines as Warriors rout Cleveland in Game 1

It did not take long for the common basketball watcher to realize just how good Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors are as they defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 113-91 in Game 1 of the Finals. Durant was the best player on the floor the entire night. From throwing down wide open dunks to hitting back breaking three’s in defenders... Read More
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NBA Finals Preview & Prediction

After a year of  “Warriors blow a 3-1 lead” memes and “Is LeBron James the greatest player ever” debates, the Warriors and Cavaliers are meeting in the NBA Finals for the third straight time. Which is the first time in which this has happened. How we got here What makes this match-up so intriguing is the history it brings. With... Read More
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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
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The No Name Podcast Episode 17: The Barnes Takedown

I sat down with Wilson Tarpeh Jr. (@WillieTSpeaks) and Mike D Sykes (@MikeDSykes) to talk about the NBA Finals, LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, Steph Curry’s struggles, The Warriors , Harrison Barnes (I’m so sorry Harrison Barnes), some FA talk, and many many more. Read More
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