Podcast

Podcast: Curry Claims MVP Award

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Only one more accomplishment is necessary for Stephen Curry to complete his perfect season. At All-Star weekend, Curry finally claimed the 3-point shootout championship title, something that has eluded him throughout his six year career.

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Podcast: The First Round Beat Downs

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The opening round of the 2015 NBA playoffs has featured three series sweeps, while Memphis has chance become the fourth team to go undefeated in the opening round tonight, and plenty of physical play. Dwight Howard was fouled hard in the second quarter and responded by scoring just three more points the rest of the night, while Kevin Love is …

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Podcast: The Culmination of the Fantasy Basketball Season

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The 2014-15 fantasy basketball season has ended and fantasy owners are already facing questions about next season. One of the biggest issues is separating players on the rise and players on the decline. One of the most intriguing cases is Joakim Noah. 

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Podcast: All-Star Weekend 2015 Recap

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  The 2015 NBA All-Star weekend featured plenty of record setting performances. Stephen Curry poured in 13 consecutive shots during the 3-Point Shootout, Zach LaVine earned multiple perfect scores in the dunk contest and the All-Star Game featured the highest point total in league history. Russell Westbrook stole the show Sunday night, setting an All-Star Game record with 27 points …

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Podcast: The Midpoint of the NBA Season

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Most teams have played 41 games, or half of its NBA season and a few trends have emerged. Atlanta is the most unstoppable team in the Eastern Conference as Kyle Korver has made just about every shot from anywhere on the floor. New York became just the fifth team in the last 25 years to begin the second half of the …

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Podcast: The Continued Disappearances of Centers

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Injuries have decimated the center position throughout the NBA landscape. Back issues have sideline Nikola Vucevic  and Brook Lopez, a sprained knee is ailing Dwight Howard, a sprained wrist has Nikola Pekovic out indefinitely and DeMarcus Cousins was just diagnosed with viral meningitis. The depleted crop of centers has enabled opponents to slash to the rim without the fear of being …

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Podcast: Bryant’s Plight in Los Angeles

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A triple-double performance from Kobe Bryant both helped etch his name into the NBA’s record books and carry the Lakers to a much needed victory Sunday night. Bryant tallied 31 points, 12 assists and 11 rebounds, becoming the first player in league history to record 30,000 career points and 6,000 career assists in the process, but Los Angeles still needed …

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Podcast: Defining Fantasy Basketball Success

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The NBA season is set to tip off and with the completion of most fantasy basketball drafts, now is the time to determine what kind of production is elite. The standard benchmarks of 20 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists exist, but only a few players each season area able to achieve those marks. Plus, they go very early in the …

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Podcast: Examining the NBA’s Rookie Class

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The class of 2014 was the most anticipated group of players to enter the league in over a decade. With numerous franchise caliber players and even some candidates to be stashed overseas before making an impact in the NBA, the incoming class is facing massive expectations. While the group is hoping to be mentioned alongside of the classes of 1984 …

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Podcast: Impact of the Durant Injury

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An absence of six-to-eight weeks for Kevin Durant has cost him his rightful place as the top overall selection in all 2014-15 fantasy basketball drafts. The MVP from a year ago is expected to miss the time as the result of a fractured foot, an injury sustained over time. The loss of Durant paves the way for a different player …

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