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Author: Aidan Daenzer

The Oklahoma City Thunder’s Rebuild has Begun

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Chris Paul home interview left the tower tipping, and now with the firing of Billy Donovan, it’s begun to fall down in OKC. With the Thunder moving on from their star duo in Paul George and Russell Westbrook, a new age was upon them already. They received as many as 15 first round picks over the next seven years, as well as rising star Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, all-star veteran Chris Paul, and talented scorer Danilo Gallanari in return, seemingly winning both trades. Now going into full rebuild mode, this team might have the most assets in...

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How the Dallas Mavericks Can Gain Home Court Advantage

Reading Time: < 1 minuteWith the NBA season finally back, the 22 teams in Orlando have eight games to play before the playoffs. This gives an opportunity for teams to rise up, or fall down in the playoff seeding. What’s been mainly focused on are teams outside of the playoffs looking in, but what many haven’t thought of is the chance for teams who are already in the playoffs to jump up and gain home court advantage, whoever that may be. But to me what is most interesting about the next eight games is how close the western conference...

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How the Detroit Pistons Can Stay in the Playoffs

Reading Time: 4 minutesAt this point Detroit has two directions to go in, either trade away Rose & Griffin for draft picks, giving young guys some room to grow, or they can make the best of Blake’s huge contract that has become more of a liability at this point than an asset and make a playoff push. In the 2018-19 season we saw how Blake’s loss in athleticism was replaced by improved ball-handling, playmaking, and shooting, allowing him to maintain his All-NBA caliber play. While the Blake we got back this season was not the same, putting up 15pts,...

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