Monthly Archives: April 2017

Be The GM: Suns Edition

  Despite Devin Booker’s scoring prowess, the Phoenix Suns did just enough to out-tank the Los Angeles Lakers and secured themselves with the second best chances at winning the draft lottery. More youth to go alongside Booker, Marquese Chriss, T.J. … Continue reading

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Clippers versus Jazz: First Look

It took until the last day of action for the Los Angeles Clippers and Utah Jazz to determine who gets home-court advantage, after the sides were confirmed to be first round opponents a while back. Los Angeles ends up with … Continue reading

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Three More Bruins Declare For NBA Draft

  ¬† ¬†With four of its five starters already gone, Steve Alford’s roster has three more players whom have declared for the 2017 NBA Draft. Freshman Ike Anigbogu, Sophomore Aaron Holiday and Junior Thomas Welsh have all put their names … Continue reading

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Be The GM: Brooklyn Nets

In the history of sports, its hard to find a team that has had an outlook bleaker than the current Brooklyn Nets. An attempt to take a short-cut and win a NBA championship cost the team a top four pick … Continue reading

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Chance Comanche Declares, Won’t Hire Agent

  Sean Miller will be without Lauri Markkanen and Kobi Simmons, both of whom have hired agents, and Chance Comanche has also declared for the draft, albeit, he has chosen not to hire an agent, as of yet giving him … Continue reading

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Armenia Climb To 67th

    A solid 2-0 victory helped thwart the Armenian National Team 18 spots in the latest edition of the FIFA rankings, jumping to the 67th slot. The jump matches the highest of the calander year, and the best since … Continue reading

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Early Crack At Bruins 2017-18 Depth

  Coach Steve Alford has made three Sweet 16s in his first four seasons at Westwood, coming off a loss against Kentucky just a mere week (and change) ago. Though, some would argue, his first two trips were much more … Continue reading

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