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Author: Scott Sandulli

Luka Doncic: The NBA’s Next All Time Great

Reading Time: 4 minutesThe NBA has a pattern when it comes to their greats, and each of these special players has dominated their own decade. The ’80s belonged to Magic Johnson and Larry Bird. The ’90s were of course all about Michael Jordan. The 2000s were headlined by the late great Kobe Bryant. And obviously, the 2010s were LeBron James’ kingdom. So this leaves the question of who will be the NBA’s brightest star in the 2020s. Well, the answer is pretty simple. No, it isn’t Giannis Antetokounmpo or Zion Williamson. It is Luka Doncic, the Slovenian superstar for...

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Have The Philadelphia 76ers Screwed “The Process”?

Reading Time: 4 minutesFrom 2013-2017, the Philadelphia 76ers were the worst team in basketball. In those four seasons, only once did Philly manage to top 20 wins. But throughout this period of ineptitude on the court, the Sixers front office began a long and brutal rebuilding phase to bring a winner back to Philly. Philadelphia’s rebuild, dubbed “The Process”, has morphed the 76ers from East bottom feeder, to borderline championship contender. Since 2013, draft choices, trades and signings from The Process such as Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons have emerged as all stars and top-15 players in the league....

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NBA Playoffs Preview: 1st Round

Reading Time: 5 minutesWell, the NBA playoffs are happening. The first tip will come on August 17, more than two months of when the originally scheduled NBA Finals was supposed to end. And when a team wins the Larry O’Brien trophy this year, it will be with nobody there, in the middle of October, at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Florida’s Disney World. Pretty weird but at least we are getting playoff basketball in 2020. So, here is a preview/prediction of each first round series, with heavy analysis on the matchups. Western Conference #1 Lakers over #8...

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The 2020 MLB Season Is In Grave Danger: Can It Be Saved?

Reading Time: 3 minutesOn the morning of July 27, news broke that 14 players and personnel within the Miami Marlins organization have tested positive for COVID-19. These 14 cases take up more than a third and nearly half of all involved with the team’s traveling party. The outbreak within the team comes just hours after the Marlins concluded a three game series with the Phillies in Philadelphia. In response, Major League Baseball has at least postponed if not cancelled Miami’s home opener against the Orioles as well as the Phillies first of three games at home against the Yankees,...

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Major League Baseball 2020 Season Preview: American League

Reading Time: 5 minutesWith negotiations between Players Associations and Major League Baseball (Team owners) finally concluding, commissioner Rob Manfred has finally stepped in and imposed a 60-game season for 2020. While 60 is less than half of the usual 162, at least we are getting baseball after it looked so uncertain for a while. With that, like any start of a season, predictions come. Here are predictions for team records for the shortened 2020 MLB season in the American League. Keep in mind that teams are only playing 40 games in their division and 20 against corresponding division in...

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