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NBA Draft: Risers and Fallers | January Edition

Reading Time: 4 minutesCollege Basketball this season has been incredibly entertaining thus far with a nice mix of returning star players and freshman dominating the scene. During this season, there have been several players who have skyrocketed up scouts’ draft boards while there are others who have plummeted their ranking. Let’s take a look at which players have shocked the world and become top prospects, and which guys went from promising NBA talent to tanking to the second round and potentially being undrafted Riser #1: Johnny Davis, PG/SG, Sophomore, Wisconsin Johnny Davis has been THE story of the College...

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Not a Slouch Anymore: these Cavs are ready to make some noise

Reading Time: 3 minutesAfter LeBron James left Cleveland for the second time in 2018, the Cleveland Cavaliers returned to being the most irrelevant team in the NBA. They went from going to the finals every year to becoming allergic to winning altogether. They were the laughingstock of the league, and whenever the NBA schedule came out, you could book the Cavs in as an easy win. When the Cavs got off to a 4-2 start to begin last season, optimism started to creep in. However, they finished the year 22-50, and it was just the same old version of...

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Every NBA Team’s New Years Resolution

Reading Time: 9 minutesThe first half of the ’21-22 NBA season has been mixed. On one hand, we are witnessing one of the closest MVP and Rookie of the Year races in recent memory as the leader for this award changes each week. On the other hand, every team is decimated by Covid as we get the infamous “____ has been placed in health and safety protocols” tweets from Adrian Wojnarowski and Shams Charania. Hopefully, the 2022 part of this season is a lot more healthy and entertaining than the first half. With that being said, here should be...

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Trevor Ariza Turned the Suns into Championship Contenders

Reading Time: 2 minutesIf the Suns win a championship soon, they should gift Trevor Ariza with a ring. Back when they were still horrible, the Suns signed Ariza in the 2018 offseason on a massive one-year, $15 million contract. However, the move looked bad immediately after the season started. Ariza was a solid player, but he seemed to show absolutely no effort on his new team. This led to him being absolutely despised by the Sun’s fanbase. So how did Ariza cause the Suns to become contenders? The Suns traded Ariza at the 2018-19 trade deadline after seeing no...

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The Lakers’ biggest problem

Reading Time: 2 minutesThere are a lot of issues with this season’s Los Angeles Lakers. Injuries, lack of shooting, lack of defense, and lack of good coaching are all things people look at when talking about how disappointing they have been this season. Oh, and people love to point the finger at Russell Westbrook, even though he has picked up his play recently. However, no one really talks about the main issue. As a matter of fact, in my opinion, this is the main reason the Lakers are struggling: the poor play of star Anthony Davis.  Remember Anthony Davis...

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