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    Podcast Episode 165 – Harrison Faigen

    Harrison Faigen is a young writer who is getting his reps in. Along with writing about the Lakers and DFenders for Silver Screen and Roll, Faigen is a student at Cal...

  • Asleep at the Wheel

    So last week was an exercise in the early bird getting the worm, or biting the hand that feeds, I don’t know, I don’t do “analogies” (no idea why I air...

  • LeBron is showing his greatness in defeat

    LeBron James is the Shaq and Michael Jordan of his generation rolled into one. Insanely difficult to guard. Even more difficult to officiate. James is the poster-child for his generation. Wilt....

  • Memphis Grizzlies Get It Right

    Defense wins. It’s a mantra coaches preach over and over, but it’s often overlooked in the NBA, where the greatest players in the world sometimes score even on the best defenses....

  • Here we go again Laker fans

    Thus far into the 2014-2015 NBA season and sadly enough we can already see that the Los Angeles Lakers are who we thought they were. They currently sit at 0-5 through...

  • Julius Randle continues Lakers strange injury trend

    Over the last few seasons the Los Angeles Lakers have fallen victim to a massive amount of key injuries that have not only derailed their winning hopes but the hopes of...

  • Ed Davis Could be on the Rise

    The 2014-2015 NBA Season is upon us. In order to remain competitive, teams make under-the-radar signings that they hope will become productive players. These players are considered role players who have...

  • Pelicans a solid sleeper pick this season

    We all know about the Spurs, Thunder, Clippers, Warriors, and the rest of the top Western Conference teams. The opposite of this is the Pelicansbut the team that nobody is talking...

  • 2014-2015: The Year of Durant

    Over the course of the upcoming NBA season many people will be talking about or picking the Cleveland Cavaliers to win the NBA title but I say hold on just a...

  • Wizards primed for long playoff run in 2014-2015

    After going 44-28 last season, good enough for the fifth spot in the Eastern Conference, the Wizards look primed for a big season ahead of them in 2014-2015. For a team...

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