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Author: Trey Wilkinson

Why Giannis Should NOT Sign the Super-Max… Yet

Reading Time: 2 minutesBarring death or retirement, Giannis Antetokounmpo will have a super-max contract offer waiting for him from the Milwaukee Bucks. The only questions are, when and if he will choose to sign the 5-year deal that is worth more money than most people can imagine. We’ve all seen the news from Zach Lowe, the reports that say Giannis will probably sign the extension in the coming weeks. The Bucks front office is “confident” that Giannis will be locked up before the season starts, which is surprising to many. If I were in Giannis’ position, I would attempt...

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The Underrated Difficulty of the 2020 NBA Championship

Reading Time: 2 minutesBecause of the so-called “easy road” to the Lakers’ 17th NBA championship, many people throughout the NBA world are saying that this championship doesn’t count as much as rings won by past teams. I’m here to tell you why those people are wrong, and if anyone’s wondering, I’m a Celtics fan. Anti-Lakers, and anti-LeBron fans have pointed heavily towards the LA Clippers’ second-round exit as an excuse for why this Finals win is lesser than those of the past. While having to face the Clippers in the Western Conference Finals certainly would have made the road...

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How Chris Paul is a Perfect Fit for the Milwaukee Bucks

Reading Time: 2 minutesFor most of us, the Miami Heat dismantling the Milwaukee Bucks and winning in a gentleman’s sweep was surprising. It also seemed as though Giannis and the Bucks’ coaching staff had no answer to the intensity and toughness of the Heat. It might seem as though the future of the Bucks is in question. But there might be an easier fix than people think. No, it’s not firing coach Budenholzer. Yet. It’s trading for multiple time all-star and ultimate floor general Chris Paul. Throughout the regular season and his short playoff run, CP3 once again proved...

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The Key to the Mavericks Beating the Clippers

Reading Time: 2 minutesThere are lots of variables that impact a playoff series: from injuries to ejections to poor shooting (“Playoff” P). All three of those factors will play a part in the Dallas Mavericks-Los Angeles Clippers’ first round series. However, I have concluded that the Mavericks style of play will determine who comes out of Round one. In the regular season, the Mavs and Clippers played three times, and the Clippers won each game. In those three games, the Mavs took an average of 43 three pointers per game, and 28.7 catch & shoot threes per game. They...

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