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For All They've Been Through This Year, The Thunder Deserve This

The Huffington Post | Juliet Spies-Gans | Posted 05.31.2016 | Sports

In the NBA, mid-February is supposed to be a kind of reprieve -- All-Star Weekend lets players and coaching staffs catch their breaths, before gearing...

The Cleveland Cavaliers Have Some Work to Do

Julian McWilliams | Posted 01.05.2015 | Sports
Julian McWilliams

The NBA season just got underway. LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers haven't gotten off to the best start. They lost to the Blazers the other night and Lebron James failed to score in the second half.


Josh Stein-Sapir | Posted 09.23.2014 | Media
Josh Stein-Sapir

If a person is going to make an argument or declaration that includes facts or even just an effort to persuade, then they must at least adhere to the lowest common denominator of a written argument to be taken seriously.

Jordan Schultz

Top 10 NBA Disappointments | Jordan Schultz | Posted 12.18.2012 | Sports

It may not be Christmas quite yet, but it's far enough along in the NBA season where one can begin to assess which players and teams have underachieve...

Jordan Schultz

Kyrie Irving: Cleveland's Next Hoops Star | Jordan Schultz | Posted 11.15.2012 | Sports

When then Duke freshman Kyrie Irving came back from a gruesome toe injury against Arizona in the Sweet 16 two years ago, some believed that his presen...

Notes From the NBA Draft

Thomas Alter | Posted 08.29.2012 | Sports
Thomas Alter

The Hornets don't count, because the team that ended up with Anthony Davis was destined to be the clear winner of the draft. With Jared Sullinger, Fab Melo and Kris Joseph, Danny Ainge drafted three accomplished, tough college players who fit roles for Doc Rivers' squad.

Syracuse Withstands Wisconsin, Heads To Elite Eight

Jordan Schultz | Posted 05.23.2012 | Sports
Jordan Schultz

From the opening tip, head coach Jim Boeheim's game plan became evident; the Orange were going to eliminate the high post catch and use their overwhelming length to force turnovers and keep Wisconsin off the glass. And, for the most part, it worked.

Syracuse Sneaks Past 16 Seed, But Trouble Lurks For Orange

Jordan Schultz | Posted 05.15.2012 | Sports
Jordan Schultz

The Syracuse Orange entered the NCAA Tournament full of uncertainty with the loss of starting center Fab Melo to eligibility issues. After barely grazing past 16 seeded UNC Asheville in a shockingly close 72-65 win, such doubt has been fully validated. Once thought of as a legitimate national title contender thanks in large part to its normally suffocating 2-3 matchup zone, Syracuse looked rather ordinary defensively without the seven-foot Melo in the middle.