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Can Joel Embiid lead the Philadelphia 76ers to the NBA Playoffs?

Written by: Tre LyDay – Staff Writer (@trelyday23)

This is really as good as it gets. After not playing a single NBA minute prior to this season, rookie center Joel Embiid has the once atrocious 76ers trending upwards. 386 more words


Daily Fantasy Basketball Advice 1/15/17

In this article I won’t include top players such as James Harden or Russell Westbrook, but mainly players who could end up giving you good value. 343 more words


Q&A about uncalled fouls and Russian hacking

Somewhere in the 1990’s Alonzo Mourning’s Charlotte Hornets lost a play-off game to Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls. Mourning complained afterwards that Jordan had fouled him on his last shot (which might have tied the game), but it was not called. 498 more words

Brazen Wonk

Why Watching College Basketball Is More Exciting Than The NBA

Don’t get me wrong, watching the NBA is exciting, but on a pure game-to-game level, NCAA Basketball has it beat. While it can be more exciting watching individual players in the NBA, watching a game isn’t quite the same. 472 more words


The Chicago Bulls are underachieving, but can still turn their season around

Written by: Dennis Vilimek – Staff Writing Intern (@dvilimek25)

Beating the Brooklyn Nets by two points at home may not sound pretty, but the Bulls’ win Wednesday night was exactly what they needed. 689 more words


Clicks to Pick Dec. 19-24

This Week’s Clicks to Pick


Phoenix at Minnesota


San Antonio at Houston

Los Angeles Lakers at Charlotte

Utah at Golden State

Cleveland at Milwaukee… 141 more words


Kerry Kittles

The name Kerry Kittles rolls off the tongue nicely and that’s why he makes it into my top 5, coolest NBA names. Kittles was drafted by the New Jersey Nets with the 8th pick of the 1996 draft. 445 more words