Warriors

Timberwolves and Warriors

11/2 Timberwolves @ Warriors Rapid Reactions

Final Score: Warriors: 116, Timberwolves: 99 Timberwolves: Minnesota held with the Warriors for most of the game, but the Warriors made their typical fourth quarter run to put Minnesota away. However, the Timberwolves’ play up until the halfway mark in the fourth was encouraging. Minnesota was not shy from the three-point line. The Wolves attempted …

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10/24 Wizards @ Warriors Rapid Reactions

Final Score: Wizards 122, Warriors 144 Washington Wizards: Same reaction, different game, right? Four games in, the Wizards own the worst rebounding differential in the NBA. Tonight, Washington had neither Dwight Howard or Ian Mahimi to start at center, technically giving Jason Smith the “start”, although he only saw 11 minutes. Maybe it’s Thomas Bryant …

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NBA Stars

Five NBA Stars that won’t be on the same team next year

The NBA landscape is always changing. There was clear evidence of that once again this summer. LeBron headed to the Lakers, Cousins joined Golden State, and Anthony Tolliver returned to Minnesota. This trend seems to be picking up steam in the NBA, rather than losing momentum. Next offseason will provide more changes in the NBA, …

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Durant

A philosopher’s guide to championships: How The Office, Curt Schilling and a track meet determine Kevin Durant’s legacy

The Lead in When I was a freshman in college I played soccer for the Suffolk University men’s team. I was a goalkeeper, and somehow found my way into the starting lineup halfway through the season. We were picked to finish 7th in our conference. Next thing I know, we’re playing for the conference title …

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Kevin Durant and Steph Curry

The most untouchable player for every Western Conference team

Well, the doldrums of the NBA offseason did not last too long. The NBA world was rocked as Kawhi Leonard got shipped to Toronto. Conversely, DeMar DeRozan is now headed to San Antonio. Still, we must strive forward and continue on with the untouchables list. If you missed the Eastern Conference list, then click here.   1. …

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Top 25 Players in the NBA

Top 25 Players in the NBA

Before we get into the “Top 25 Players in the NBA,” I need to preface by saying this is if everyone is healthy in the league. For example, I did not lower Kawhi Leonard’s rank because he barely played last season. So, here it is, my “Top 25 Players in the NBA.”   #25: Ben …

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Golden State Warriors

Which Warrior would you put on another team to make this league more fair? I know mine.

When I found out that the Warriors were picking up DeMarcus Cousins, I freaked. Plain and simple. My friends texted me asking how I was holding up. Others texted telling me they weren’t even going to watch basketball next year. Oh, and even SportsCenter put this tweet up: Warriors. East All-Stars. Who wins a 7-game …

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Marvin Bagley III

Day One of NBA Summer League is in the Books

A look at some of the performances from this years top prospects: Sacramento Kings (98) vs Los Angeles Lakers (93): Marvin Bagley: While De’Aaron Fox might’ve been the best player on the floor and posted the prettier statline for the Sacramento Kings on Monday night, it was Marvin Bagley who was the games main attraction. …

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