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Why Myles Turner Should Go To The Washington Wizards: A Perfect Fit

Reading Time: 2 minutesMyles Turner has always been considered a borderline All-Star player with the tools to be a consistent All-Star in this league. After his first season in the NBA, fans had high praise for Turner and expected him to make huge strides up to now. Unfortunately, Turner hasn’t made the strides people expected. Turner doesn’t do anything great, but he does everything well. He can finish around the rim, he can spread the floor, he can crash the glass, he can protect the rim and he can guard the pick-and-roll. Turner has developed into an elite shot-blocker...

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Breaking Down The Washington Wizards: Can They Compete Next Season

Reading Time: 2 minutesIt’s safe to say the Washington Wizards have been up and down the past five years. It started back in 2016-2017 when the Wizards were playing great basketball which made people believe that this team could compete for years to come. They had a great backcourt in John Wall and Bradley Beal along with a strong core. Fast forward to 2020 and the Wizards are currently in a rebuild. The rebuild started when John Wall tore his Achilles which lead to Otto Porter Jr., Markieff Morris, and others being traded. The Wizards have failed to produce...

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What to Watch For in the Wizards’ Return from Hiatus

Reading Time: 2 minutesAll NBA fans are surely eager to watch their teams back in action as the league returns from the COVID-19 hiatus. For Wizards fans, this return is another way to analyze the future of the team and evaluate young talent. Here are some specific things for Wizards’ fans to watch for as we see them return to the floor starting July 31st. In the absence of superstar and primary scorer Bradley Beal, it should be interesting to see who takes the reigns as the leader of the offense. Will it be the veteran presence of guard...

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Bradley Beal’s Growth into an NBA Superstar

Reading Time: 2 minutesIn the early stages of his career in the NBA, Bradley Beal joined a struggling Wizards team, only managing to pull out 29 wins in his rookie season. Coming out of college leading a successful Florida Gators team, Beal was not able to flourish the same way in his young professional career. Forced to take the back seat behind John Wall and hindered by injuries in his first couple seasons, Bradley’s production and impact for the Wizards was substantially limited. However, things changed in the 2016-2017 season. The future in Washington began to look bright with...

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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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