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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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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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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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The NBA Team Destined for a Magical Playoff Run

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe long-awaited NBA return to play in the bubble environment at Disney World will commence on July 30th. The 22 teams invited to Orlando will play eight regular-season games followed by the playoffs in order to crown the champion of the suspended season. Many players may have used the quarantine to work out and improve their games. However, don’t be surprised if some are a little slow coming out of the gate. The period between the last game on March 11th to the first game on July 30th is longer than the normal offseason. If a...

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