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If We Gave Out the NBA Awards Now

If We Gave Out the NBA Awards Now

By this point of the season, we’re starting to get a pretty good idea of who the major contenders are, who the busts are and which players have their teams primed for a playoff push. It’s the time of the year when everyone starts getting over that regular-season hump and begins looking ahead to the postseason. But one thing that’s… Read more →

The 2016-17 NBA Mid-Season Fantasy Awards

The 2016-17 NBA Mid-Season Fantasy Awards

“You’re not perfect, sport, and let me save you the suspense: this girl you’ve met, she’s not perfect either. But the question is whether or not you’re perfect for each other.” With a small break post-All-Star weekend, it’s really the last chance to assess how your NBA fantasy team is truly performing. Do you have the right mix to really… Read more →

At an Unhappy Crossroads

At an Unhappy Crossroads

It seems like Carmelo Anthony’s tenure as a New York Knick may be coming to an end. The Knicks are in the midst of another losing season, their fourth in a row. Their roster is aging, filled with former All-Stars and first-round picks whose careers (and joints) have seen better days. Among the old-timers is a young developing star in… Read more →

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 17

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 17

If you watched the Cavs at Wizards overtime game earlier this week, you witnessed one of the best regular season games you’ll ever see. Not only was it high-scoring with several talented players going at each other, it was also an intense contest that neither team wanted to lose. The Cavs have been sputtering lately and desperately needed to win… Read more →

The Fertile Grounds of Metro State

The Fertile Grounds of Metro State

There’s an NBL incubator found far from the Centre of Excellence in Canberra and the Breakers academy in Auckland. Since 1997, Metropolitan State University of Denver has developed players who’d go on to NBL careers both substantial and otherwise. The school is responsible for Rookie of the Year winners, three-time champions and, on some nights this season, 40 percent of… Read more →

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 15

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 15

Team disharmony is a dangerous thing. It seems to be following Rajon Rondo around since he left Boston, and this week it resurfaced in Chicago. Rondo called out teammates Jimmy Butler and Dwyane Wade for their lack of leadership after they blamed a recent loss on younger teammates not wanting it enough or caring enough. Rondo fired back via an… Read more →

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 14

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 14

We’ve seen it before, but it didn’t make it any less entertaining when Gregg Popovich decided he’d had enough on Thursday night against the Nuggets. Pop, as he does so well, let loose on a verbal tirade against an unsuspecting Bennie Adams, one of the officials in that game. Now, he may have had a genuine issue with Adams about… Read more →

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 13

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 13

Did the New York Knicks handle the Derrick Rose situation appropriately? After failing to turn up for the Knicks’ home game versus New Orleans on Monday and not answering calls when team officials tried to contact him, Rose was given the opportunity to explain himself. “When I was in the room I felt like they understood where I was coming… Read more →

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 12

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 12

The first notable trade of the season went down on Friday as Atlanta started clearing cap space by sending Kyle Korver to Cleveland. It’s hardly a headline-grabbing deal, however it could prove invaluable for the Cavs as they defend their championship come May and June. For the Hawks, it signals the end of an era, and the only thing more… Read more →

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