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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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No Name Podcast: The Philly Takeover

  I sat down with Mike Sykes to talk about the NBA draft lottery results, Trusting the process, Hinkie love, Ben Simmons, LaVar Ball, bad GM’s, James Harden, the Wizards, John Wall, playoff results, defending Isiah Thomas, and a few tangents.   Read More
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Leonard goes down, Golden State completes historic comeback

After being down by as much as 25 points in the second half, Golden State completes the third largest comeback in NBA history to defeat San Antonio 113-111. Looking a bit rusty from the five day break Golden State had after handling Utah in four games, San Antonio hit the ground running from the start of the game. Behind the play... Read More
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Why they will or wont win the MVP Award

This season has been one of the most unique, intriguing season to date. There have been so many performances, both team and individual, that has made this season one to remember. With 20 or so games left in the regular season, there have been five players (Russell Westbrook, James Harden, LeBron James, Kawhi Leonard, and Isaiah Thomas) that have solidly... Read More
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Good News, Bad News: An update on the post-Kobe Lakers

We are halfway through November, which means the NBA season is still in embryonic development. The same could be said for the new-look Los Angeles Lakers after ditching the old guys (most importantly, coach Byron Scott and future Hall of Fame guard Kobe Bryant). Moving on into the future with a cast of youngsters, led by 36-year-old head coach Luke... Read More
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NBA Awards and Champions Predictions

The NBA season is finally here. The Cleveland Cavaliers will defend their championship over the next eight months. The NBA writers here on My Mind on Sports got together to give their award winners, representatives of each conference in the NBA Finals as well as the NBA champion. Read More
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San Antonio Spurs Season Preview

Fun fact: The Spurs have not missed the playoffs since 1996, that was before drafting one Tim Duncan. It will certainly be weird not seeing the all-time great suit up for the Spurs now that he’s retired. He is arguably the greatest power forward to every play the game of basketball and a top 20 player ever. With Duncan gone, it... Read More
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KD and Russ looking to deliver knockout blow to Spurs

The second round heavyweight fight in the Western Conference between the Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs could see its final round tonight. The Thunder took a 3-2 series lead heading back home after winning Game 5 on the road in San Antonio. The dynamic, superstar duo of Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook have pretty much done it all... Read More
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Taking a glance at the NBA Playoffs

The Cleveland Cavaliers were the first team to advance to the Conference Finals after sweeping the Atlanta Hawks. The other six teams remaining, however, will continue to battle it out to inch one step closer to the NBA Finals. While the Cavs now get some rest, (a scary thought for their next opponent) the other three series are far from... Read More
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Spurs quietly sweep Grizzlies

The San Antonio Spurs put up quite the historical season, posting a record of 67-15, becoming just the 11th team in NBA history to win at least 67 games. However, the Spurs, despite their historical campaign, were overshadowed by the Golden State Warriors, who set the NBA record with 73 wins. For San Antonio, that’s perfectly fine with them as... Read More
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