2018 NBA Playoff Preview: The Unlikely Heroes

With the start of the playoffs just 25 days away, playoff bound teams have just a handful of regular season games left to get primed for the NBA’s second season. What that preparation entails varies by team and circumstance, but one common aspect of playoff preparation is developing strategies to effectively utilize depth. This oftenContinue reading “2018 NBA Playoff Preview: The Unlikely Heroes”

Best Moments from Day 1 of March Madness

The Madness has commenced and it has not disappointed. Starting with an OT thriller as Rhode Island took down Trae Young and Oklahoma. Day one set the tone for what should be a compelling, wide-open tournament.┬áLet’s take a look at the top moments from Thursday: Zaire Smith 360 Oop Texas Tech freshman guard did this:Continue reading “Best Moments from Day 1 of March Madness”

5 Future Lottery Picks to Watch this March Madness

Step into any debate over the NBA’s controversial one-and-done rule and you will undoubtedly hear the argument that one-and-done players are bad for college basketball, particularly from a fan’s perspective. The conviction holds, in part, that these players come-and-go so quickly that fans do not develop any meaningful connection or familiarity with them. On theContinue reading “5 Future Lottery Picks to Watch this March Madness”

Twitter Capper of the Week

Each week, we will look to highlight a Twitter account that has been crushing the books. This week, we feature one of our favorite cappers, Daily Sports Locks.

NBA Weekend Recap: Rockets 17-game Streak Halted in Toronto

Here’s what you need to know from this past weekend’s NBA action: Game Recap: Raptors halt Rocket’s streak at 17 In a battle of the NBA’s two hottest teams (and conference leaders), this one was a thriller. The Rockets came in having won 17 straight (the longest winning streak this season) while the Raptors hadContinue reading “NBA Weekend Recap: Rockets 17-game Streak Halted in Toronto”

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