Don’t Overlook Eric Paschall’s Unforgettable Rookie Season

The Golden State Warriors have done it again. They managed to turn another second-round pick into a needed rotation piece. Following in the footsteps of Draymond Green, Eric Paschall has become the latest underrated gem the team has found. He was overlooked by all 30 teams on draft night but finally came off the board…

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Where We Hit and Missed on NBA Season Predictions So Far

Before the first game of the season, I threw out 50 fairly bold predictions for the NBA season, all of which were rooted in optimism and belief. As always, one subtle action can change how the dominos fall, whether it’s an injury (here’s looking at you, Stephen Curry) or the unforeseen ascension of talent. We’re…

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Breaking Down Kristaps Porzingis’ Roller-Coaster Start With Dallas Mavericks

Shock and excitement swept the NBA world when the Dallas Mavericks traded for Kristaps Porzingis in January of 2019. Mavs die-hards, European hoops enthusiasts and all fans of dynamic basketball immediately dreamt of Porzingis forming a lethal partnership with rising star Luka Doncic and head coach Rick Carlisle. Fast forward to today, and Porzingis’ first…

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WNBA Can Address Many of its Challenges With a Legit OTT Service

WNBA League Pass provides fans with an opportunity to watch far more league games than just those few which broadcasters like CBS and ESPN provide. Those broadcast partners aren’t providing adequate coverage of the league either way. But instead of spending resources to convince them to add more WNBA games to their calendars, it’s time…

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How San Antonio Spurs Can Keep 22-Year Playoff Streak Alive

All good things eventually must come to an end. Yes, even the San Antonio Spurs’ 22-year playoff streak. Prior to Tuesday’s double-overtime win against the Houston Rockets—the results of which are now under protest after referees incorrectly failed to count a James Harden made dunk in the fourth quarter—the Spurs were 7-14 and had lost…

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