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We don’t know what we have until sports are gone

It has been 14 days since Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19, and the NBA suspended its season, sending the entire sports world into a panic. This was the first domino, which eventually led to the cancelling of March Madness and spring sports for colleges and high schools. Although it was necessary, it doesn’t make […]

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Thunder achievers/underachievers from this season

The last two weeks without the NBA have been quite challenging, especially for those that see sports, and the NBA as more than just entertainment, or relief from everyday life. People like me see it as all of the above, but it’s also our livelihood and without it, things are even tougher because now our […]

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All-Star Game observations: Generation Z is taking the NBA by storm

While NBA connoisseurs usually watch the All-Star Game, that doesn’t change the fact that the event historically lacks passion, effort and has been nearly unwatchable at times due to flashiness and all the above. The 2020 All-Star Game was quite the opposite. Not only was the night full of beauty, but it was also the […]

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What if Iguodala still played for the Warriors?

We aren’t sure if Andre Iguodala is discontent with the Memphis Grizzlies but we do know that their young core of players are ready for the franchise to cut ties with the 36-year old, 16-year veteran. Memphis acquired Iguodala in the summer that Golden State got rid of multiple pieces to free up some salary-cap […]

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Reminiscing on my 23-year idolization of Kobe Bryant

It was February 8, 1997, at Mary L. Brown’s house in Lincoln Terrace, Oklahoma City, OK where I was four years old, eating popcorn and watching the NBA Slam Dunk competition. Mary L. Brown was my maternal grandmother and my first influence on professional sports. She was the biggest Michael Jordan fan, and outright basketball […]

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Pels played scared, instead of aiming to win in Zion’s debut

It was perhaps the most hyped-up late-January matchup to debut a rookie in NBA history, but it was warranted. Zion Williamson made his NBA debut on Jan. 22, nearly 45 games into the season. The Pelicans fans and frankly, the entire NBA community was eager to see how Williamson would come out and play. The […]

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Expect more close losses until OKC finds a closer

Thunder fans have never been more pleased with a (5-9) record after 14 games and considering their league-leading strength of schedule and lack of A-list talent, they’ve been fairing well in most of their contests. Of their nine losses, six of them were by five points or less. OKC’s fight isn’t in question. This is […]

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