Month: May 2018

Like boxing and tennis, basketball is at its best when comprised of attacks and counterattacks. Unless one develops a peculiar affection for the offensive neuroses of Floyd Mayweather or Andy Murray, who, like a team coached by Jeff Van Gundy or Pat Riley, simply wear and grate on everyone, the game is about shot-making. This
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Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals goes down on Saturday. *9 p.m. ET: The Rockets hope to avoid a Game 7 against the Warriors My favorite plays of the day can be found on the following slides in FanSided’s DraftKings daily picks. The first five slides will have my favorite high salary and high value
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It’s Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Wednesday *8:30 p.m. ET: The Cavaliers and Celtics break their 2-2 tie My favorite plays of the day can be found on the following slides in FanSided’s DraftKings daily picks. The first five slides will have my favorite high salary and high value players at each position.
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With constant discussion about the one-and-done rule or whether a player should declare on unproven potential, players find themselves with the tough decision to return and develop in college or hope an NBA team believes in them enough to take a chance. Last summer, Jerome Robinson elected to return for another year at Boston College.
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