Big Three Then, Big One Now

Tony Parker is out after injuring his leg in Game 2 versus the Rockets. Leaving Manu Ginobli as the lone and last member of the Big Three playing in the playoffs.

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Big Baller Bust?

The LaVar Ball media show continues, and this time it’s even worse. Big Baller Brand had promised us big news on Thursday, and they sort of delivered. Lonzo Ball’s first shoe is out. It’s not Nike, it’s not Under Armour, it’s not Adidas; but it is $495. 

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Milwaukee Bucks: What’s Next?

The Milwaukee Bucks had a fantastic season, but fell out of the playoffs in the first round to the Toronto Raptors. Most would say Milwaukee stands a better chance against Cleveland, but maybe losing to Toronto shows they’re not ready just yet.

What can administration and the coaching staff do to get prepare them for a further playoff mount?

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Sith or Jedi? Today’s NBA Stars

A long, long time ago, in a league far away. Players across the NBA formed alliances in preparation for war, between the force and the dark side. Where does your favorite player stand?

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Tales from Free Agency: Jrue Holiday

The New Orleans Pelicans finished (34-48) , and 10th in the Western Conference. Despite adding star center DeMarcus Cousins, they fell short of the playoffs yet again. Jrue Holiday, their starting point guard is due to be a free agent.

My thoughts, on the former NBA All Star’s free agency options:

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Hope for the Future

Knicks fans, don’t fear. Times now may be bleak, but the future is bright.

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Isaiah Thomas: MVP

That’s it, the debate is over. Russell Westbrook had the best season, and James Harden has been on fire, but Isaiah Thomas is my MVP.

My take on his inspiring journey this post-season:

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