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By Brandon Simmons Lavar Ball is probably the biggest name in basketball and possibly sports entertainment at the moment. Many consider his boisterous demeanor as a marketing ploy for his Big Baller Brand sports apparel...

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By Brandon Simmons It’s not enough for the Boston Celtics to be number 1 in the Eastern Conference this postseason, but now they have become number one in the draft. The Celtics have won the...

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By Brandon Simmons If you ask any draft analyst, they could probably tell you that former Texas A&M Aggies defensive end Myles Garrett is a number one draft pick; but Warren Sapp is not necessarily...

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By Brandon Simmons Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook was not too pleased after his team lost to the Houston Rockets in Game 4 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals. Some of his anger could have...

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Paul George Defends Criticism of Teammates

April 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

By Brandon Simmons The Indiana Pacers are down 0-2 in their playoff series to the Cleveland Cavaliers; but if you listen to Paul George, his teammates are down 0-2 instead of him. The Pacers forward...

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By Brandon Simmons Social media was hit with the news stories of Carmelo Anthony splitting form his wife, Lala, and former NFL star Aaron Hernandez hanging himself in his cell. These two situations are from...

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By Brandon Simmons Nearly a week after the NBA season has ended, Carmelo Anthony drama continues to grab the people’s attention; but it has nothing to do with the New York Knicks. According to TMZ,...

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NBA Eastern Conference Playoff Storylines

April 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

By Brandon Simmons Boston Celtics vs. Chicago Bulls The Boston Celtics have pulled off a pretty sneaky upset this season: that is become the number 1 seed for the playoffs, edging out everyone’s perennial favorite,...

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NBA Western Conference Playoff Storylines

April 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

By Brandon Simmons You can already smell the tension in the air coming from the Western Conference playoffs. This year’s Western playoff race is shaping up to be one of the more exciting and intriguing...

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By Brandon Simmons According to The Vertical, there is a growing number of NBA general managers looking to end or alternate the process for midseason buyouts and waivers. Part of the reason has to do...

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