Indiana Pacers 2017-18 Season Preview

So let me get this straight. Paul George wants to be traded, You can trade him for Kyrie Irving, Isaiah Thomas or Jimmy Butler. But instead you settle for Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis?!?! Indiana has serious problems both on the court and in the front office. When you lose a player like George, it is expected to take a… Read More

Oklahoma City Thunder 2017-18 Season Preview

Losing a former MVP should derail a team for years, get coaches fired, and send a once promising future into a “rebuilding” situation faster than you say “draft picks.” But don’t tell that to the Oklahoma City Thunder. When Kevin Durant darted for a better life in Oakland, Russell Westbrook and the Thunder were left with more questions than answers.… Read More

Orlando Magic Season Preview

Am I the only person that has no idea what the Orlando Magic is doing? Bringing in Serge Ibaka after trading Victor Oladipo to the Thunder is a solid move. Pairing Ibaka along with Bismack Biyombo, while already having Nikola Vucevic, and drafting big man Stephen Zimmerman Jr is a little head scratching. You know how Phoenix has a “Too many guards”… Read More

Oklahoma City Thunder Season Preview

Can someone give the Thunder an ice pack?  This off-season beat them up, pretty bad at that! You go from being up 3-1 in the NBA Conference Finals to losing a top-three player in the world in Kevin Durant and defensive big Serge Ibaka. You go from being favorites to winning the title next year to being viewed as a… Read More
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Quinn Cook: Basketball Never Stops

Our Taylor Brown produced this documentary on former Duke Blue Devil Quinn Cook over the last month. She was with Quinn the week of his first basketball camp in Bowie, Maryland. Find out what the local product has been up to and how his first camp went!   Read More
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Cook provides a great atmosphere at three day camp

Quinn Cook, reigning D-League Rookie of the Year and former Duke Blue Devil held his first Basketball Camp in Bowie, Maryland earlier this month. It was a three day camp, from August 12-14. The local product had a very experience staff for the campers, he even got a few of his former teammates and brothers to come by and speak… Read More

Reviewing Draft Day trades with Free Agency set to start

This past week has altered the landscape of the league before we even get to start free agency (less than 24 hrs away). Front offices have been working the phones tirelessly trying to improve each respective roster just before the wooing & recruiting process commences to start the free agency period. It’s like high school recruiting, only on a bigger… Read More
NBA Wizards 

Clutch bucket from Wall gives Washington the win on the road

The pace and space Wizards that we saw in the preseason was around today at times for the Washington Wizards in the season opener versus the Orlando Magic. In a sloppy turnover filled game it was John Wall’s layup with 12.7 seconds left that ended up winning the game for the Wizards. Wall lead the Wizards with 22 points, six… Read More
NBA Wizards 

The “Wall show” opens up tonight on the road in Orlando

While the season officially started last night as the Bulls outlasted the Cavaliers, Stephen Curry and the reigning champs got their rings before routing the Pelicans, the Van Gundy led Pistons won an ugly one over the Hawks, there are 14 games on tonight’s schedule. For the basketball fans in the nation’s capital, the curtain rises on the 2015-2016 campaign… Read More

General Thoughts

Another great sports week means there’s plenty of sports happenings to talk about. Let’s start off with The Masters. Congratulations are in order for Adam Scott on his win over Angel Cabrera. Scott also made history, as he became the first Austrailian to win the Masters. But even thought Scott won The Masters, Tiger Woods still took some of the headlines. Tiger… Read More
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