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The Clippers are the problem, not Doc Rivers

The Los Angeles Clippers and Doc Rivers have officially broken up after a fruitful, yet unfulfilling seven-year relationship. This season with Paul George, Kawhi Leonard, Lou Williams, and a plethora of elite role players failed after blowing a 3-1 lead to the Denver Nuggets in the Western Conference Semifinals. This blown 3-1 lead marks the […]

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Denver, don’t fumble the bag like OKC

Is the Denver Nuggets Game 7 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers as big of an upset as we’re making it? Or is this right on par with where they should be? Last season, the Nuggets finished second in the treacherous Western Conference, yet no one expected them to make it to the conference finals, […]

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Players strike the bubble: Will the NBA continue to take the lead?

While protests around America continued, NBA players cut everything short to enter the league’s Orlando bubble to finish the season and to protect them from the coronavirus. Players have tried to use their voices, some visually by kneeling for the national anthem, wearing printed slogans on their shirts and jerseys, and some that displayed other […]

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OKC is playing into Houston’s hand, despite remarkable performance by Dort

While watching Thursday night’s Game 2 matchup between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Houston Rockets, it felt like OKC would win the game. Despite not leading by more than six points the entire game, and playing exactly the way Houston wanted them to play, it felt like the Thunder should have won. Why did it […]

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OKC’s winning formula is defense, evidenced on Saturday vs. Jazz

Numerous times have I said that the fate of the Oklahoma City Thunder depends entirely on how they play defense. Head coach Billy Donovan alluded to that on many occasions, and after OKC’s impressive win over the Utah Jazz, it appears as if the Thunder as a team believe that too. OKC’s 110-94 win was […]

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The Exclusive Eight: No. 6, the Houston Rockets

The Houston Rockets have dealt with a lot of growing pains after losing Chris Paul and acquiring Russell Westbrook in what seems like a last-ditch effort to make a run at an NBA title under Mike D’Antoni. The duo of Westbrook and James Harden seemed to be a match made in heaven through the first […]

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NBA and WNBA make plans to amplify social justice, Black Lives Matter

Both leagues plan to bring “Black Lives Matter” to the court when their seasons restart later this month in Florida. As reported by ESPN on Monday evening, the NBA and National Basketball Players Association plan to paint “Black Lives Matter” on the playing courts at the three designated arenas at Walt Disney World. NBPA president, […]

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