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Opinion: Zion Having Positive Impact On Pelicans

After his first four games in the NBA, Zion Williamson has been worth the wait for the New Orleans Pelicans, despite only being 2-2 in those games. Williamson is averaging 18 points and 8 rebounds, and has even shown us how he’s improved from three-point territory. His ability to get up for that second jump for rebounds and putbacks are what make him dangerous. Being as big and as athletic
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Opinion: What’s The Best Way To Honor Kobe?

Ever since the news broke on last Sunday of the helicopter crash that took the lives of Kobe Bryant, his 13 year-old daughter GiGi and seven other people, fans, friends, players and basically anyone you can imagine have been trying to find a way to honor them. A few players, including Terrance Ross and Spencer Dinwiddie have announced that they will be switching their jersey numbers. Both players wore number
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Brooklyn Nets: Irving solid in return to Nets’ lineup

After missing 26 straight games with a shoulder injury, Kyrie Irving returned to the Nets’ starting lineup on Sunday to face off with the Atlanta Hawks. This was a little surprising, considering last week there were reports that Irving would undergo shoulder surgery. Ever since his time with the Boston Celtics went off the rails, fans have been very critical and skeptical about Irving as a player and a teammate,
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The Spectator: A Current Look at the NBA Playoffs!

If you haven't had a chance to keep up with the second round of the NBA Playoffs, have no worries as this is here to catch up on what has been going on, and predictions for the next round. Let's start by looking at the Western Conference. New Orleans Pelicans vs Golden State Warriors Currently the Golden State Warriors lead the series 2-1. After having been dominate against the Trail
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Your Guide to the 2018 NBA Playoffs!

The 2017-18 NBA regular season wrapped up on Wednesday, and after weeks of speculation, the seeds are officially set. That said, there's probably a good chance you didn't get to see all 16 teams that are advancing to the playoffs in action this season, so I took the liberty of creating a nice little "cheat sheet" so you know who and what to look for this postseason. Eastern Conference 1.
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The Rundown: Lakers/Sixers makes for good tv, Brad Beal doing work, and why is everyone getting ejected? (12-8-17)

Welcome to The Rundown! Today, we discuss the top stories from around the NBA, pick our Player of the Night and make predictions for tonight's action.   Lakers/Sixers round 2 Nick Billion: This game was a fun one, as the future of the NBA squared off. We saw Embiid go for 33 and 5 blocks, Simmons get a triple double, a solid game from Randle and Ingram drill the game
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The Rundown: KD steps up, Boogie Cousins dominates, Cavs streak extends to 13, Sixers finally deal Okafor (12-7-17)

Welcome to The Rundown! Today, we discuss the top stories from around the NBA, pick our Player of the Night and make our predictions for tonight's action.   Durant steps up in Curry's absence Nick Billion: As said earlier in the week, the Warriors should be just fine without Curry as he deals with injuries. The Warriors were also without Draymond Green, but it didn't seem to matter as Klay
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The Rundown: Book drops 46, Giannis and Kyrie duel in Boston, Dubs comeback but lose Steph (12-5-17)

Welcome to The Rundown! Today, I talk about the top stories from around the league, pick my Player of the Night and make my predictions for tonight's action.   Devin Booker drops 46 on the 76ers Devin Booker is the one reason I felt like the Phoenix Suns were going to be just fine after trading away Eric Bledsoe. We know he's going to be an elite scoring guard, and
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The Rundown: Jimmy’s clutch Q4, Donovan Mitchell’s big night, Russ with the triple double (12-4-17)

Welcome to The Rundown! Today, we discuss the top stories from around The Association and make our predictions for tonight's action.   Jimmy Butler's big 4th quarter Nick Billion: Last night, Jimmy Butler had his best scoring game as a member of the Timberwolves, as he dropped 33 points, 20 of which came in the final quarter of the game. This can be a key factor for the Wolves as
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The Rundown: Ingram ready to take charge? AG crushes OKC, Raps duo have a big night and more! (11-30-17)

Welcome to The Rundown! Today, we talk about the top stories from around The Association, pick our Player of the Night and make predictions for tonight's action.   Is Brandon Ingram ready to step up for the Lakers? Nick Billion: This man has made big strides this season, as he is scoring more and becoming someone the Lakers can depend on. He has the chance to become a star in