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Eastern Conference: Best and Worst Case Scenarios for Every Team

The beginning of the NBA season is right around the corner, so let’s look at the best and worst scenarios every Eastern Conference team is facing (assuming there are no injuries) heading into 2018-19. Milwaukee Bucks Best Case:  New head coach Mike Budenholzer makes an instant impact, finally turning the franchise around.  Milwaukee’s decade-long struggles become a thing of the past, and they’re able to … Continue reading Eastern Conference: Best and Worst Case Scenarios for Every Team

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Bill Russell: A Champion Both On and Off the Court

At every point in his athletic career, starting with a state title at the age of 17, all the way through his eleventh and final NBA championship, Russell was a basketball champion.  But more importantly, he was also a champion of civil rights, paving the way for African-American athletes who followed him. Continue reading Bill Russell: A Champion Both On and Off the Court

What the Celtics Should Do With the Number One Pick

We are only a few days away from the NBA draft, and the Boston Celtics remarkably have the number one pick in the NBA draft. The Celtics General Manager, Danny Ainge, has started to stir the pot already, as it seems the Celtics and the Philadelphia 76ers are close to agreeing on a trade which would send the number one pick to Philadelphia, in exchange … Continue reading What the Celtics Should Do With the Number One Pick

Scott Brooks Might’ve Just Cost the Wizards a Spot in the Eastern Conference Finals

A Bojan Bogdanovic, Ian Mahinmi and Jason Smith trio was an actual front-court lineup that Scott Brooks went with in a game 7.  In just 3 minutes, Jason Smith managed to accumulate a -13 plus/minus.  Yeah, you read that right: -13 in 3 minutes. Mahinmi, had a -10 in 11 minutes, and Bojan had a -19 in 16 minutes. Why would Brooks play that lineup at … Continue reading Scott Brooks Might’ve Just Cost the Wizards a Spot in the Eastern Conference Finals

Emergency Post: The Celtics Are In Trouble

After watching game 2 conclude, I was fairly optimistic about the Celtics’ chances to win this series.  Isaiah had just dropped 53 points, taking over the fourth quarter and OT completely.  I, and every other C’s fan came to conclusion that they were hitting peak form at the perfect time. I did not expect them to necessarily sweep the Wizards, but I did expect them … Continue reading Emergency Post: The Celtics Are In Trouble