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Shame on FanDuel And DraftKings

This hasn’t been the best week for the rapidly growing daily fantasy sites, FanDuel and Draftkings.  In the short time these sites have been around they have boomed, especially over the past year.  But one major loophole just came to light. These super cash cow websites raking in millions of …

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The Big, Bad, Stephen A. Smith

“But I will say this lastly: you don’t want to make an enemy out of me. And I’m looking right into the camera, and I’m going to say it again. You do not want to make an enemy out of me.” It was like a line out of a movie, …

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Ref’s Say The Darndest Things

In between giants on the battlefield stand people with power who delegate judgement.  Or at least the kids who knew everything about the sport and didn’t have enough talent to play it.  Referee’s are a must and some are legends without a doubt.  But even the greatest make mistakes, and …

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Pg’s Today, BIGS TOMORROW

Make no mistake about it. It is a point guard driven league in today’s NBA. From Stephen Curry to Kyrie Irving to Damian Lillard, Chris Paul, Mike Conley, Rajon Rondo, Tony Parker and MANY more. In each conference, top to bottom, seemingly every team has an elite or All-Star worthy …

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What’s Next For Rondo?

Before his talents were shipped to Dallas, Rajon Rondo was the Leader of his team, an All-Star candidate and max contract worthy player.  Injuries plagued his career as of late – but when healthy, he’s arguably a top 5 point guard in the NBA.  What sets Rajon Rondo apart from other …

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The New Era of NBA Point Guard

The new era of NBA point guard is here.  Freak athletes running point and leading teams, and for the most part they are young.  The NBA MVP was awarded to Stephen Curry, for an unreal season.  First point guard since Derrick Rose to win it, and then before him was …

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When Will The NBA’s East and West Make Sense?

It’s no surprising fact that the NBA East is way too easy.  Just look at what teams make it to the playoffs (under .500 sometimes).  The West is always a battle, but what is the point of the devision anymore anyway?  Can we just make it one big league where …

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