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- Serge Ibaka trade: A big blow or not?
Orlando Magic were quick enough to trade Victor Oladipo, Ersan Ilyasova and number 11 pick on Thursday nights draft Domantas Sabonis for one of their big guns Serge Ibaka, but the question on everyone's lips is, is this trade a good one for the Magic? Ibaka an amazing and tough player, was selected by the Seattle SuperSonics with the 24th pick i
- NBA Draft 2016
My take on the 2016 NBA draft! It was down to the wire Thursday night at the Barclays Center, where sixty college prospects were drafted into the NBA. After the mock draft held on Wednesday, few had speculated the draft could go either way, to the surprise of many, there were a few changes, which left people wondering how it will eventually end.
- Love Him or Hate Him, James Exceeds Expectations
When LeBron James entered the NBA before the 2003-'04 season, he came in with expectations most people wouldn't dare try to meet. James' career has been one of the most pressure-filled and analyzed perhaps in the history of sports, but the pressure he faces probably isn't more intense then it is from his home region of northeast Ohio. James carries
- No More Splash For The Warriors
We all know the Cleveland Cavaliers did the impossible and overcame a 3-1 series deficit to defeat the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals a few nights ago. The Cavaliers deserve all of the credit for completing this, and I'm one of those people who likes to give credit to the winners instead of laying blame on the losers. Having said that, it
- Different Year, And Apparently Same Result For Cavs
Before we dive into how bleak things look for the Cleveland Cavaliers in their NBA Finals rematch against the Golden State Warriors, I want to say I understand this series is a long way from being over, at least technically. After all, the Cavs are coming back home after getting blasted in Games 1 and 2 in the Bay Area, so things can turn around wi
- Green Ruling Highlights Inconsistency In NBA's Front Office
We have all seen the kick that was the talk of the sports world on Monday. Just in case anyone went on a strike against any outlet of news, I'm talking about Golden State Warriors power forward Draymond Green kicking Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams in the private parts in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals Sunday night in Oklahoma Ci
- Can We Please Stop Complaining About Missed Calls?
Here we are, watching the reality show we like to call the NBA Playoffs. Since we are talking about postseason play, the attention should be on the teams who are left competing for the championship, but of course, it's the officiating that seems to get all of the headlines. Before I get into why all of the crying about the referees has to stop, let
- Are We Really Seeing Anything New With The Cavaliers?
Lost in all of the shuffle of all of the critical injuries we have seen in this year's NBA Playoffs is the run the Cleveland Cavaliers have been on in the Eastern Conference. The Cavaliers, who are the No. 1 seed in the East, swept the Detroit Pistons in the first round, and dismissed the Atlanta Hawks out of the conference semifinals in the same f
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- Engineering Issues for Research Papers
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- Joerger, Grizzlies Hold Their Heads Up High Despite Sweep
As we watch the NBA Playoffs work their way through the first round, we have seen storylines start to play themselves out in a way a lot of us wouldn't have even imagined at the beginning. The defending champion Golden State Warriors watched their point guard and reigning league most valuable player Stephen Curry injure his right ankle, then sprain
- Latest Deflategate Ruling Brings More Light To NFLPA
I know everyone thought we were finished talking about the Deflategate scandal. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who was originally suspended for the first four games of the 2015 season for his supposed role in the scandal, saw his punishment overturned by a federal judge, Richard M. Berman. Brady went on to play the entire season, and a