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Author: Kyle Lee

A Tribute To Tommy Heinsohn

Reading Time: 2 minutesTommy Heinsohn had one of the most illustrious careers in NBA history. As a player, coach, and commentator. As a player, Heinsohn played in nine seasons for the Boston Celtics and won eight championships during that time. He also coached for another nine seasons with the Celtics and won two more championships, along with winning the NBA coach of the year in 1973. Recently, Heinsohn passed away at the age of 86. Heinsohn left an incredible mark on the league that many Celtics fans and fans around the league will miss. The 6-foot-7 Heinsohn averaged just...

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Udonis Haslem Career Retrospective

Reading Time: 2 minutesWith the end of the NBA Finals, the process for getting ready for the next season begins. Anthony Davis already announced he plans on resigning with the Lakers, and there are so many other intriguing free agents like Fred VanVleet, Montrezl Harrell, Danilo Gallinari, and more. But the one that needs to be talked about: Udonis Haslem! Going undrafted in 2002, 40-year-old Udonis just wrapped up his 17th year with the Heat, 13th playoff appearance, and 6th Finals appearance. With the conclusion of the 2019-2020 season, barring retirement, Haslem is going to be a free agent....

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The Problem With Russell Westbrook

Reading Time: 3 minutesThe Rockets have made the playoffs eight straight years now, with only two Conference Finals appearances to show for it. There’s been so many questions recently about what the Rockets should do next, but what needs to be talked about are the individual players on that team. More specifically, Russell Westbrook He hasn’t reached the conference finals for four straight years now, and being 31 years old, the countdown on his stardom is closer to running out than we think. Coming off his first season with Houston, averaging 27-8-7, Westbrook earned himself an All-NBA third team selection....

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The Actual Problem With Zion Williamson

Reading Time: 3 minutesZion Williamson is undoubtedly one of the most exciting and intriguing young talents in the league. He’s super skilled, practically no one can guard him, and he still has so much potential. But there’s still a glaring issue with Zion Williamson that needs to be addressed: His play style. Zion gets his way on the court through his strength and athleticism. That play style could very well get him hurt. The man is 6’6″, 284 pounds, basically averaging over 22 points off of dunks and put-backs. He gets criticised for being out of shape and overweight....

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Why Obi Toppin is the Best Player in the 2020 NBA Draft

Reading Time: 3 minutesThe most talked about and pretty much the consensus number one pick this upcoming NBA draft is undoubtedly James Wiseman. Right behind him are Anthony Edwards and LaMelo Ball. While Wiseman, Edwards, and Ball have gotten all the hype in the past few months, there’s a lesser known top prospect that I want to shine a light on. A player that I think is better than all of these guys. Obi Toppin, a sophomore from Dayton, is a 6’9”, 220 lb. forward who looks like he can play the four or five position in small ball...

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