NBA 

New Orleans Pelicans 2017-18 Season Preview

Don’t let Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins being on this team fool you. The Pelicans are not that good. Yes, Davis and Cousins are arguably the best at their respective positions, but outside of the two, New Orleans has little to nothing. Jrue Holiday should help with the scoring load, but that’s about it. Adding Rajon Rondo looks good on... Read More
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10 things we learned about the Western Conference this regular season

This regular season has been riddled with a linty of storylines that have driven this years NBA regular season. Here are 10 things we learned about the Western Conference this regular season 10. The NBA is hard! Many people (including myself) felt that the Timberwolves would make a turnaround this season. They had one of the top centers in young... Read More
NBA Podcasts 

The No Name Podcast Episode 28: The {Insert Bad Boogie Joke Here}

      As the trade deadline approaches I spoke with Eddie McDonald (@KingEdward15) and Wilson Tarpeh Jr. (@WillieTSpeaks) to talk about the shocking trade of DaMarcus Cousins, the future of the Kings and Pelicans, trade rumors around the league, which teams should make trades, and many more topics.     Read More
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Cousins Traded to Pelicans after All-Star Game

Not long after Anthony Davis broke the NBA All-Star single game scoring record, he got some much-needed help. The New Orleans Pelicans and Sacramento Kings struck up a deal that sends fellow All-Star DeMarcus Cousins to the Pelicans as first reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of the Vertical. Sacramento has agreed to trade DeMarcus Cousins to the New Orleans Pelicans, league... 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
NBA 

New Orleans Pelicans Season Preview

Let’s have a moment on silence for Anthony Davis please. Not only has Davis been subjected to having some of the most unreliable teammates of all time due to injury and not-so-good talent, but Davis has struggled with the injury bug as well. Not sure if the Pelicans are cursed by some bad voodoo or something, but it seems like... 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
NBA 

Triple Threat: NBA Midseason Awards

The NBA All-Star Weekend is considered the halfway point of the NBA season. Some teams and players look forward to the break to heal up nagging injuries, step away from the game, and to spend time with family. The All-Stars will continue to play, but not to the highest proportions, being that the All-Star Game is a glorified exhibition game.... Read More
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What did we Learn? 10 thoughts from the NBA’s Opening Night

The NBA season is back in action and can be difficult to keep up with. The waiting, suffering and tests of patience are finally over with. There is no more dealing with the grueling, slow, yet, knee-jerk pace of the NFL season. No more dealing with narratives week to week about which quarterback throws the most accurate passes or discussions... Read More
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