NBA Wizards 

Wizards address bench with recent signings

Last season the Washington Wizards were one game away from making it to the Eastern Conference Finals, but Isaiah Thomas and the Boston Celtics didn’t allow that. Throughout that series as well as the NBA season in general, it was times when the Wizards bench was outplayed by their opponents. It’s debatable that if they had a solid bench they... Read More

Celtics hit jackpot in NBA Draft Lottery

If you are a fan of the Boston Celtics, Christmas came early for you this week. Boston won the NBA Draft Lottery and will have the first overall pick in this year’s draft. The Celtics won the lottery the night after defeating the Washington Wizards in Game 7 to reach the Eastern Conference Finals. Talk about luck of the Irish.... Read More
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Wizards look to build off of Phoenix victory

13 games into the season the Wizards find themselves at 4-9, the worst record in the Southeast division. This season is starting off slow for them, they haven’t beaten anybody on the road and at home they’ve split their eight games. Washington needs to improve on the road, there’s been a few games they’ve let teams come back from double... Read More

Phoenix Suns Season Preview

Do you remember back when Phoenix had too many guards on their team (Eric Bledsoe, Isaiah Thomas, Brandon Knight, and Goran Dragic) which ultimately hurt their team more than helped? Deja vu anyone? Entering this season, The Suns have a guard problem. They have too many of them (heard that before)! Here is a list of every guard they have... Read More

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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Washington fills a need at the deadline, the price may be in question

The Washington Wizards took their time, before striking a deal near the close of business of today’s NBA Trade Deadline. The Wizards traded forwards Kris Humphries and DeJuan Blair to the Phoenix Suns for forward Markieff Morris. A huge part of the transaction was the pick that was included in the deal, Washington sent their 2016 first round pick to... Read More
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Effort apparent for Oubre, White in Summer League debut

It’s only Summer League, it was just the first game. Now that the disclaimer has been  shared, let’s talk about what Kelly Oubre Jr. and Aaron White did for the Wizards in their loss to the Phoenix Suns 86-77. Again, these are just observations. While Summer League is a huge difference from actual NBA play, there are things that can... Read More

The Real House of Guards

After a long, drawn out, back-and-fourth battle between Eric Bledsoe and the Phoenix Suns about what his value is to the team, the two sides finally settled in on a deal. This comes after weeks of posturing between both sides after the Suns originally put a four year deal on the table with a $12 million annual salary for Bledsoe.... Read More

Teams Taking a hard look at Isaiah Thomas

Free agency has officially started and playoff teams are looking to improve significantly. A player who could be in play for many of those teams is restricted free agent point guard Isaiah Thomas. According to Aaron Bruski of NBC Sports, several teams are taking a hard look at Isaiah Thomas. Among those teams are the Miami Heat, Dallas Mavericks and... 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
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