NBA Wizards 

Wizards play offseason aggressor for the first time in years

The Wizards of yesteryear are gone. Garrett Temple, Jared Dudley, Nene, Alan Anderson and Ramon Sessions are all out. But in their place comes Andrew Nicholson, Tomas Satoransky, Ian Mahinmi, Jason Smith and Trey Burke. No, that’s not a murderers row of talent by any standpoint, but it’ll do. For Washington, this was supposed to be the summer of Durant.... Read More
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The Miami Heat’s Dilemma and LeBron James’ Power

This free agency class is the best one since the summer of 2010. There aren’t as many true max players on the market as unrestricted free agents, but the restricted free agent market is outstanding and LeBron James plus Carmelo Anthony make this a summer to remember. Teams probably have as much cap space as they ever had before. I... Read More
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What’s Next For The Golden State Warriors

The Golden State Warriors and their fans faced a demoralizing defeat at the hands of the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday evening. This loss game at the end of what may have been the most tumultuous series in NBA history on the court and off of it as well. The entire Donald Sterling scenario is one that effected the NBA... Read More
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A Look at the Andre Miller Trade

  The Washington Wizards have had trouble with their second unit all season long and Wizards fans have been calling for them to provide the bench with some stability through a move. The most notable position that wasn’t producing on the second unit was the third guard off of the bench–in other words, the backup point guard slot. Eric Maynor... Read More
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NBA Trade Headlines: Cleveland Cavaliers acquire Luol Deng for Andrew Bynum, Future Picks

If you weren’t awake in the wee hours of the day this morning, you may or may not have heard that Luol Deng is no longer a Chicago Bull. The Chicago Bulls have traded Luol Deng to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Andrew Bynum and a slew of future draft picks according to Real GM. The draft picks that the Cavaliers... Read More
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