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Month: July 2017

Predictions on NFL divisional winners 2017-2018

AFC AFC East New England Patriots –┬áThere really isn’t much to say. The AFC East is pretty much terrible and New England is always going to be one of the top teams in football as long as Belichick and Brady Read More


A Way to Early Look at the 2018 NBA Playoffs

Knowing that the NBA playoffs ended last month and free agency isn’t even completely over, would it even be a blog if we didn’t start talking about the 2018 playoffs? Western Conference Golden State Warriors – No reasoning needed. San Read More

Paul George trying to ruin the Pacers?

Did Paul George try and ruin the Pacers? Many Pacers fans have reason to believe so. Lets date back to early February 2017 when the rumors that in 2018 Paul George was going to sign with the Lakers. These rumors Read More

The Loss of Avery Bradley ruins the Celtics Chance at Finals Appearance.

The Celtics announced Friday that they were trading SG Avery Bradley to the Detroit Pistons in exchange for PF Marcus Morris and a 2nd round pick. This trade was made to clear cap room for the newly acquired Gordon Hayward, Read More

Pacers 2017-2018 Outlook

Free agency is winding down, so let’s look ahead at the Indiana Pacers outlook for next season. Additions PF TJ Leaf (via draft) C Ike Anigbogou (via draft) PG Edmond Sumner (via draft SG Victor Oladipo (via trade) F/C Domantas Read More

Is Hayward Enough for the Celtics to get Past the Cavs?

Gordon Hayward made headlines late Tuesday when he announced in a column posted in the Player Tribune that he would be joining the Boston Celtics on a four year deal worth $128 million dollars. As soon as it was announced Read More

Update: Paul George Reportedly Traded to Thunder.

Paul George has reportedly been traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder for Domantas Sabonis and Victor Oladipo. Update: The trade is now confirmed. First reported by Ramona Shelbourne.  First reactions seem to indicate that the Pacers got a poor return Read More

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