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Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 11

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 11

NBA All-Star voting opened during the week. Fans have until January 16 to cast their votes for the starters at this year’s relocated All-Star game in New Orleans. Once again, there will be two guards and three frontcourt players selected from each conference, and there’s sure to be some hot debate about who is deserving of a spot this year…. Read more →

The Weakened Mystique of Pat Riley

The Weakened Mystique of Pat Riley

Pat Riley has long been one of the most respected figures in NBA basketball. He’s always found ways to make moves, bring in talent, and win. And in his two decades running the show for the Miami Heat, Riley has done just that. However, with his recent shortfalls in free agency and the apparent mishandling of his own star players,… Read more →

The Best of The Locker Room 2016

The Best of The Locker Room 2016

Mixes, GIFs, tweets, Vines and stills—here are some of The Locker Room’s better moments from 2016. Mixes Tribute to the Original Mixmakers: A video posted by Downtown (@downtownball) on May 8, 2016 at 2:14am PDT The 2000s Pt. 1: A video posted by Downtown (@downtownball) on Jul 8, 2016 at 7:01am PDT The 2000s Pt. 2: A video posted by… Read more →

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 10

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 10

The holiday season is a time for giving, for sharing, for reconnecting with family and friends… Oh screw it, it’s a time to sit on your backside and watch five marquee matchups of NBA action in one day! The Christmas Day lineup is a stacked one this year. It tips off with the Celtics traveling to the other Garden in… Read more →

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 9

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 9

There are times in life when we don’t appreciate what we have until it’s taken away. This week, the NBA family lost one of the all-time greats. He never won a championship, was never voted to an All-Star game, never even scored a point. Yet Craig Sager changed his profession forever. Before it became known that Sager was suffering from… Read more →

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 8

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 8

It’s been a record-setting week in the Association. LeBron James further cemented his legacy in the pantheon of all-time greats as he moved past Elvin Hayes into ninth place on the NBA’s all-time scoring list. James scored 27 points to go along with eight boards and eight dimes as the Cavs cruised to their 16th win of the season against… Read more →

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 7

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 7

The NBA has a slogan reading “This is why we play.” However, for basketball fans and fantasy hoops managers, it’s really more like “This is why we watch.” And as voyeurs, we’ve been spoilt in recent history. Last year we witnessed the most phenomenal shooting season in NBA history by MVP Stephen Curry—breaking his own record for three-pointers made in… Read more →

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 6

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 6

With five weeks in the books, it’s always a good time to reflect on where things are, and there’s no better time to do so than during Thanksgiving week. Looking up and down your roster, you may have some mixed feelings. For example, in one of my redraft H2H leagues, I’m thankful that Al Horford is finally back and ballin’,… Read more →

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 5

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 5

We all love an underdog, a story of triumph against the odds, and perhaps there’s no greater basketball underdog story than that of the Hickory High School basketball team, immortalised in the movie Hoosiers. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the film, which was loosely based on the success of the Milan High School team in 1954. It told… Read more →

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 4

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 4

For all the talk that last year couldn’t be replicated, that the team was different now and his role had to change, that we wouldn’t see anything like the craziness we witnessed in that record-setting season— well, I guess there was one guy not listening. A heat check is one thing, but when you start throwing flames through the hoop… Read more →

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