Tag Archives: Kevin Martin

Waiver Watch: James Contemplating Future in Cleveland

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  Once again LeBron James is toying the idea of building an elite championship contender, only the location has yet to be determined. As the Cavaliers prepare for a second straight run to the NBA Finals, some recent statements from James may reflect that he will be searching for a new home next season. James has taken to social media …

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Podcast: Buyouts Swaying the Playoff Race

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The fantasy basketball regular season is already in its final week, but there are plenty of players available to make your team into a contender. Several big name players have changed teams — via a contract buy out after the NBA trade deadline — and their increased roles on a new roster provide an unexpected benefit to fantasy basketball owners. After struggling …

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Fantasy Focus: Return of Gobert Sparks Utah

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Following a 38-day wait, Utah finally has its defensive anchor back in the lineup. A knee injury sidelined Rudy Gobert for over five weeks, keeping one of the most intimidating shot blockers in the league off the court. The 7-foot-1 center wasted little time reestablishing his dominance, as he swatted four shots Saturday against Miami, matching the block total of …

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Thunder Top NBA Power Rankings Amidst 12 Game Streak

The Oklahoma City Thunder are proving to be the measuring stick for other teams this season after improving to 21-4 with a win over the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night. The Thunder haven’t lost since falling on the road to Boston on Nov. 23, a streak that saw them climb to the top of ESPN’s Power Ranking earlier this week. …

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Grizzlies, James in Full Stride

It’s been an interesting week for the NBA’s predetermined finalists Los Angeles, but the highlights around the rest of the league have been just as dynamic as the Angel City’s headlines. The James Harden show came back down to earth, DeMarcus Cousins earned himself a costly suspension and New Orleans and Charlotte completed the most insignificant trade of all time. …

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Harden Dealt After Contract Talks End

James Harden blocked just 15 shots all of last season, but one rejection just days before the start of the regular season ended his time in Oklahoma City. Only four days remained for the Thunder to reach an agreement on a long term contract with Harden, the reigning Sixth Man of the Year, but as contract negotiations broke down, the …

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A Quick Turnaround in Houston

Not many teams can lose superstar players and still remain in playoff contention. Having lost Yao Ming for the year, dealing away Aaron Brooks and Shane Battier at the deadline, Houston has quickly restored its playoff hopes behind the play of a young point guard given his first opportunity to start. Rebuilding its roster on the fly, Houston made what …

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The Unknown Superstar

For years he’s been the primary focus of his opponents only no one has discovered a way to consistently stop him. Over the past six years, he’s led his team in scoring while pouring in over 20 points per game only most have come in a losing effort. Possessing the ability to score from anywhere on the court, the efforts of Kevin Martin …

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