EA didn’t change much at E3

Electronic Arts had a very up and down year in 2017. From March’s extremely underwhelming Mass Effect Andromeda which actually had content cancelled after the fact. to the shutdown of Visceral and their much anticipated in-the-works Star Wars project, all the way until the lootbox tied progression atrocity that was the Star Wars Battlefront II launch – nothing seemed to go their way.

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Hey look, we rebranded

Since I posted the article talking about the future of this site back in February, I have taken a lot of time to think about what I want to do with my free time in writing.

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The future of this site

[Credit to Pio Paulo Santana for the featured image. Check out his stuff over on DeviantArt]

As I have taken on more and more responsibility with my college courses, personal projects and other ventures in the past six months, I have had to sideline this website and all of the content I had planned for both the end of 2017 and the beginning of 2018.

I had several articles and other posts pinned in drafts for months and just never got around to adding the finishing touches and posting the final products. This isn’t a knock on what I was working on, more that I just ran out of time to post them when they would have been relevant [example: a Justice League movie deep dive].

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A simple letter to Gordon Hayward

Dear Gordan,

You don’t know me and I don’t know you, and that’s fine. I fully expect you not to read this article at all, but I need to get this off of my chest regardless.

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Why Carmelo to Oklahoma City is the Best Option for All Involved

The Carmelo Anthony trade rumors have been one of many ongoing stories in the NBA this summer. Among many others, the Oklahoma City Thunder inquired about Anthony, though talks have not progressed.

However, for the Knicks and Thunder, this trade could be the best move going forward.

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Kings of the Draft: Sacramento Stole the Night

The 2017 NBA Draft was held on Thursday evening, and it’s no doubt that the Sacramento Kings walked away winners on the evening.

A recap of one of the most notable draft nights in Sacramento history:

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A City Abuzz: the Hornets 2017 Draftees

The 2017 NBA Draft has come and gone. One team that walked away better than most, were the Charlotte Hornets.

A look at the 2017 Hornets draftees:

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DeMarcus to LaMarcus, the Sacramento Sacrifice

The most recent of rumors to emerge from the whirlpool is the availability of LaMarcus Aldridge. The San Antonio Spurs are looking to trade the veteran power forward for a top-10 draft pick, at minimum.

Top trade partner ? The Sacramento Kings, who hold the fifth and tenth overall picks in this year’s draft.

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The Utah Jazz Have Found Their Point Guard

The NBA off-season has commenced full throttle, and we sit only one week in. D’Angelo Russell, Dwight Howard, and Brook Lopez are changing colors, and Houston Rockets guard Patrick Beverley may be next.

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Phoenix Suns, Kristaps is Available

The NBA off-season has commenced, and trade rumors are abundant. Among those, the Phoenix Suns have risen (no pun intended) as suitors for Paul George, Kevin Love, and most recently Kristaps Porzingis of the New York Knicks.

For the Suns, a Porzingis-Phoenix marriage could be franchise altering.

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Jimmy Butler, the Answer for Cleveland

The NBA off-season has commenced, and we’re in for a wild one. It’s been just one week since the Golden State Warriors won the Finals, and the trade rumors are everywhere. 

Most recently, Indiana’s franchise player has been linked to the Cavaliers, and Los Angeles Lakers. Today, however, it’s Jimmy Butler that the trade buzz is all about.

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Los Angeles Lakers: the Time to Pursue Paul George is Now

It was reported Sunday afternoon, that Paul George will assuredly leave the Pacers as a franchise, optimally for the Los Angeles Lakers, come 2018.

Yes, he’s nearly guaranteed he’ll be in purple and gold next season.

HOWEVER.

For the Lakers, the time to obtain Paul George isn’t then, it’s now. 

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