Remember the name: Caris LeVert

In a so-far, very disappointing season for the Nets, one bright spot has been rookie Caris LeVert. The once highly regarded prospect from the University of Michigan went through three surgeries on his left foot over the span of two years. This setback cause LeVert to be drafted 20th overall by the Indiana Pacers in […]

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March 28, 2017

Booker Gets Buckets

At the young age of 20 years 146 days old, Devin Booker dropped 70 points against the Boston Celtics Friday night. Booker set a couple of records including a franchise record for the Suns in points by a single player in a game, becoming the youngest player in NBA history to drop 60 (and 70) […]

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March 25, 2017

Lavar Ball Madness

Lavar Ball isn’t your typical loud-mouth Dad sitting on the sidelines at their son’s game. Lavar has taken being a loud mouth to a whole new level of craziness. Personally, if it were my father, I would have a HUGE problem with the comments he has made recently. It is one thing to try and bring […]

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March 24, 2017

‘Cuse in Jeopardy?

The past 72 hours for the Syracuse Mens basketball team has been quite busy and upsetting for a fan. This all started last Sunday when Syracuse was not selected to the NCAA tournament as an at-large bid. The fans and the team were very upset and heart broken about the decision that they were left […]

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March 20, 2017

Will the Garden be Eden Sooner Than We Think?

Everyone knows, the New York Knicks are in turmoil. It has been well documented by the sports world, and this website, things in Madison Square Garden are not well. Things can turn around for this franchise pretty quickly though, the Knicks already have two pieces of a big three in place for next season. Derrick […]

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March 14, 2017

No Hope in NY?

With the NBA season winding down, and fans hopes of a playoff push reasonably coming to an end, the Knicks and Nets are sitting at 12th and 15th in the conference respectively. With only three first round draft picks combined between the two teams, and none of the three likely being in the top 10 […]

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March 8, 2017

Deflating Loss for Cuse

The Syracuse Orange lost a tough game against the Miami Hurricanes early this afternoon in the ACC tournament. The game was competitive from start to finish and came down to the final seconds. Unfortunately, the score did not reflect well upon the Orange. The game started off good for SU but soon Miami took over. […]

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March 8, 2017

Duke Fluke Devils?

With the regular season coming to an end, the Duke Blue Devils will enter the ACC Tournament fresh off a loss to rival UNC and having lost three out of their last four games. Duke finished with a 23-8 record and 11-7 within the ACC, regarded as the best conference in college basketball. Before the season […]

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March 5, 2017

Cardiac ‘Cuse with a Thrilling Win

The Syracuse Orange hosted the Duke Blue Devils in the Carrier Dome on February 22nd. The game was a highly anticipated matchup despite Duke being ranked #10 in the country and Syracuse has been spotty throughout the year. The Syracuse natives were in full force as they were able to pull in over 30,000 fans […]

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February 23, 2017

Brook Going Down the Block?

As the NBA trade deadline comes up at 3 p.m tomorrow, rumors are swirling around, and players are on the move. One big name that has been made available is Brook Lopez, of the Brooklyn Nets. Brook is one of the best big men in the league on the offensive side of the ball, and a […]

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February 22, 2017