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The NBA’s Death Sentence

Reading Time: 5 minutesThe Achilles tendon is located in the lower half of the calf and is connected to the heel. Often a torn Achilles is very painful and even prevents you from walking properly. For an NBA player, a torn Achilles means you are sidelined for a minimum of 9 months and often over a year to recover. When players can’t walk correctly for months, it is difficult for players to come back to full strength. Players often have to be careful as it becomes easier to reaggravate the injury. Yet there are two superstar level players who...

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Kyrie Irving: The Misunderstood Superstar

Reading Time: 2 minutesKyrie Irving led a Zoom call with 80 NBA and WNBA players regarding the NBA’s return last Friday. Many of these players were vocally hesitant to return to play this coming July primarily due to social justice concerns. According to Shams Charania, Irving told players: “I don’t support going into Orlando. I’m not with the systematic racism and the bulls***. Something smells a little fishy.”  These comments went viral on social media in the days following the call, leading many to view Irving as an adversary. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski even went as far as to label...

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The Most Realistic Nets Offers for Bradley Beal

Reading Time: 2 minutesThroughout the 19-20 season, Bradley Beal has seemed to grow frustrated with the current situation in Washington and it has been reported that his departure from the Wizards this coming offseason would be inevitable. There was a recent report of the Brooklyn Nets showing interest in acquiring a third star in Bradley Beal in hopes of having the best scoring trio in the league and make an even bigger push for a championship. Here are some advantages and disadvantages the Nets would get out of a Bradley Beal trade, and the most hypothetical trade to occur:...

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Caris LeVert: Why He will Become Elite

Reading Time: 2 minutesToday I am going to be talking about a player who is under many people’s radar right now. He is a dynamic scorer with much potential to become an elite NBA player. His name is Caris LeVert. In his freshman year with the Wolverines, he did not play much. He only averaged 2.3 points per game in under 10 minutes of play, but LeVert had sparks of brilliance where he scored almost 10 points multiple times. The Wolverines advanced to the finals but lost to Louisville. In the year after, LeVert was starting to make a...

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Why the Atkinson Firing Was Great for the Nets

Reading Time: 2 minutesThis morning, Brooklyn Nets head coach Kenny Atkinson and the Brooklyn Nets have decided to part ways. Jacque Vaughn will serve as head coach for the rest of the season. Many NBA fans think that this was the wrong move for the Nets, but true Nets fans (like myself) can explain why this move was more than necessary. Before we rip on Kenny Atkinson, let’s recognize that he was fantastic when it came to the development of young players. Here is a list of non-lottery Nets draft picks that have been thriving: Jarrett Allen: Pick 22,...

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