August 14, 2017 |  by  |  Articles  |  No Comments

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I tried to write about any topic other than the obvious for this latest monthly (actually its been a few months since I last posted) but this unprecedented 2017 NBA free agency has dominated the sports news headlines all summer so here we are.

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Lonzo Balll “Rosecrans” UCLA Highlights Mix

July 6, 2017 |  by  |  Video  |  No Comments

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Fresh off the hype surrounding this years highly anticipated NBA Draft, I decided to make a few college highlight mixes showcasing a few of the top point guard prospects entering the league in the near future. I began with of my favorite players in college basketball last season in Kentuckys explosive guard De’aaron Fox, and ended the series with the mysterious Knicks 18 year old draft pick straight from France, Frank Ntilikina. Both deserve their share of spotlight heading into the new 2017-18 season. However, no player has peaked my interest more than Ucla’s Lonzo ball.

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2017 NBA FINALS “NXWORRIES” Highlight Mix!

June 24, 2017 |  by  |  Articles  |  No Comments

Some of you might remember my LAST NBA Finals mix featuring Lebron and the Cavs winning his first title in Cleveland against Curry and the Goldenstate Warriors. Well, it’s that time again. Since both teams met up this year for a rematch it’s only right I make a sequel.

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MONTHLY: Is The “One And Done” Rule Almost DONE?

June 9, 2017 |  by  |  Articles  |  No Comments

Last year marked the 10 year anniversary of the NBA’s “One and Done” rule. Under the new rule administered by then commissioner David Stern, potential NBA prospects were no longer able to go from Highschool directly to the NBA. 2005 was the last year players (Martell Webster, Andrew Bynum, Gerald Green, CJ Miles, Monta Ellis, Louis Williams, Andray Blatche, Amir Johnson) made the jump. Although not always loved, “one and done” has been accepted over the years, but the rule has remained a controversial one even a decade later the topic always calls for fiery debate when brought up amongst basketball fans who question if the league actually needs it and more importantly do the players really benefit from it.

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