NBA Wizards 

James scores 57 to lead Cleveland past Washington

It sounded as if the Washington Wizards had learned their lesson after Wednesday’s 22-point collapse against the Phoenix Suns. The talk after the game was centered around what’s become their achilles heel on this young season, defense. In that game, Washington surrendered 106 points in three quarters to the visiting Suns. With a struggling Cleveland team in town, it seemed... Read More
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Defensive issues highlight Washington’s collapse against Phoenix

The Phoenix Suns fought back from a 22-point deficit to top the  Washington Wizards 122-116. It took a career-high 40 points and 10 rebounds from TJ Warren, but Phoenix didn’t flinch at the large deficit and continued to play hard and it paid off. Bradley Beal led Washington with a 40 point effort of his own, but Washington did little... Read More
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Lonzo Ball is public enemy number one in the NBA

Coming into the 2017-18 NBA season, there were countless storylines to sink your teeth into. There was a plethora of player movement during the offseason. The draft class was loaded with talent with one name being discussed more than most: Lonzo Ball. Ball was drafted No. 2 overall this past June by the Los Angeles Lakers out of UCLA. The... Read More
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Timely stops help Washington outlast Detroit

Not one, but two timely blocks from John Wall helped seal the Wizards second win of the season in as many games. After a strong third quarter in which the Wizards appeared to have gotten control of the game, a poor defensive period had the Pistons shoot 69% in the fourth. Despite the hot shooting by the visiting team, Washington’s... Read More
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Wizards top Sixers in exciting season opener

The Washington Wizards opened their 2017-2018 regular season campaign with a 120-115 win at home over the Philadelphia 76ers. It was a good win for the home team and the visitors put on a show in defeat. Capital One Arena or “The Vault” as Bradley Beal likes to call it, was electric from opening tip until the final buzzer. John... Read More
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Minnesota Timberwolves 2017-18 Season Preview

Well that escalated quickly. While debatable, it could be said that the Timberwolves had the best offseason. From acquiring superstar Jimmy Butler, to retooling their bench, Minnesota could do no wrong this summer (sorta.) Minnesota as a whole had a solid summer (Shoutout to the Lynx for winning their fourth WNBA Championship in seven seasons.) This season will be one... Read More
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New York Knicks 2017-18 Season Preview

There is secretly a fierce four team race for the worst team in the league between Atlanta, Chicago, Brooklyn, and the Knicks. After the season long Melo vs. front office saga, It was time for change in New York. Yes, Melo is still a solid scorer, but his relationship with the team was more toxic than acid. So with him... Read More
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Boston Celtics 2017-18 Season Preview

Talk about the highs and lows of business huh. The Boston Celtics finsihed as the number one team in the East last season before getting obliterated in the Conference Finals by Cleveland. While they did have a solid team, management knew they weren’t good enough to compete with the Cavs. On top of that, Boston’s star player (Isaiah Thomas) was... Read More
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Toronto Raptors 2017-18 Season Preview

Looking at Toronto, You can understand what they are doing, without understanding exactly what they are doing! On one hand, you have one of the most potent back courts in all of the NBA. While Kyle Lowry’s ranking amongst the top NBA guards is debatable, his value on the Raptors is clear. His stifling defense cements Toronto’s ” never back... Read More
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