On May 20, 2017, I created this website. Exactly 365 days later, I've gotten views from thousands of NBA fans from 42 different countries. As you should easily see by reading my earlier articles, I've come a long way and clearly made some mistakes along the way. I'm not Skip Bayless; I recognize when I... Continue Reading →
While it may seem the 2018 NBA Draft is still way too far away to be talking about, the next crop of NBA rookies will shake Adam Silver's hand in just 80 short days. Tonight, the Villanova Wildcats beat the Michigan Wolverines lead by NBA prospects Mikal Bridges and Jalen Brunson. When will their names... Continue Reading →
Willie Cauley-Stein may turn out to be the complete opposite of what everyone was thinking of him. Read the whole article to find out who he was compared to, to who he should be compared to. Leave a comment stating what you think Cauley-Stein's future in the NBA looks like. Pre-Draft "In terms of what... Continue Reading →
With the draft coming up just a few short months away, it's time for every NBA draft analysts favorite month: March. Maleopold15 of Sports Thoughts and I will be going over each other's finals four matchups, sleepers, upsets, and entire brackets. With not much time to finalize your brackets, here are our (inexperienced) opinions. My Bracket: My... Continue Reading →
Some of the most polarizing people in the world are the reality television stars living in Los Angeles known as the Kardashians. Whether you think they're marketing geniuses or just another example of how stupid America is, you can't deny their popularity. With this popularity, many of the Kardashians and Jenners have been seen dating... Continue Reading →
Unfortunately for Kings Court, my picks of Cam Newton and Todd Gurley came up huge as they combined for 75 points alone in a 127-82 victory for the home team. However, with only a 3-2 series lead, there is still plenty of football left starting with a tricky Week 16. Let’s take a look at Game 6 in our epic battle.
KC- Cam Newton. With Newton coming off of one his best fantasy performances of his entire career last week, and with the Panthers still fighting to guarantee themselves a playoff spot, Cam is in the perfect position to give fantasy owners back-to-back huge games to get to and win the championship: Cam in the clutch.
ST- Russell Wilson. Cam Newton is a great option this week like Kings Court said, and it’s extremely hard for me to go against him. However, Wilson is still the…
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Kings Court’s 82-71 victory last week ties the series at 2-2 as we move to a pivotal game 5. With only 3 weeks left in the regular season, this round is as important as ever. Feel free to play along with us or show your support for your favorite picks. Let’s take a look at how you can win your semifinal fantasy matchups.
KC- Drew Brees. While I considered Russell Wilson for obvious reasons, the Rams seemed to have had his number defensively last time they played. Brees, on the other hand, is going up against a Jets team whose starting quarterback will be out. Now that Bryce Petty will likely get another shot, look for the Saints to run the game offensively with the run and pass, as their offense will stay on the field for the majority of the game.
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Something a little different today: for my language arts final this semester, I was assigned to write a persuasive speech. I decided to write about financial compensation for NCAA athletes. Feel free to start a conversation in the comments about what you believe in. Slavery was one of our country's’ worst time periods ever.... Continue Reading →
The playoffs are here and it’s the most crucial week yet for Fantasy Football. Kings Court and I struggled a little last week, as he was able to best me 76-69 after Le’Veon Bell went untouched into the end zone. I’m pretty convinced he paid off the Bengals….but in any case, it’s on to Week 14 as we see if he’ll come back to tie me, or if I move to a 3-1 lead in the series. Let’s take a look at playoff fantasy football.
KC- Alex Smith. The Raiders may be on a two-game winning streak, but don’t let that distract you from the fact that they are consistently rolling out one of the worst secondaries ever seen on an NFL field. Even with the Chiefs’ recent struggles, Smith has a strong core of quick, large, and skilled receivers that should consistently rack up yards after catch.
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