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Benjamin Felix Santos

Hornets’ Al Jefferson Staying, Unlikely To Opt Out Of Contract

Hornets’ Al Jefferson Staying, Unlikely To Opt Out Of Contract

Even before the 2014-15 season began, the Charlotte Hornets were looking to keep their momentum from the previous season and make it two-straight playoff appearances for the franchise. And despite being eliminated by the Heat in the opening round—it was clear that resurgence of center Al Jefferson, and the development of their star point guard, [...]

April 17, 2015 admin Benjamin Felix Santos, Blogs 0

Grizzlies’ Mike Conley and Tony Allen Still Out, No Timetable For Return

Grizzlies’ Mike Conley and Tony Allen Still Out, No Timetable For Return

With the 2014-2015 regular season officially wrapped up. It’s now time to get ready for the start of surely another memorable and exciting postseason. However, the Memphis Grizzlies may not be fully ready come playoff time, as they are still missing two key players in their starting lineup. Star point guard Mike Conley, and defensive [...]

April 16, 2015 admin Benjamin Felix Santos, Blogs 0

Milwaukee Bucks Unveil New Logos

Milwaukee Bucks Unveil New Logos

After securing themselves the sixth seed in the eastern conference — the Milwaukee Bucks officially revealed their new set of logos, starting in the 2015-2016 regular season. And here’s a closer look at each of the new logos: This is the primary logo, which actually looks similar to their logo now, except the deer seems [...]

April 14, 2015 admin Benjamin Felix Santos, Blogs 0

Heat’s Goran Dragic Hopes To Stay With Miami

Heat’s Goran Dragic Hopes To Stay With Miami

With the Heat’s loss to the Raptors last Saturday night, they are now probably heading for an early off-season, unless of course, the Nets lose their last two games. And if the Nets do win at least one of their remaining games—the Heat have no choice but to start looking towards next season and analyze [...]

April 13, 2015 admin Benjamin Felix Santos, Blogs 0

Blazers Guard Wesley Matthews Ruptures Achilles, Done for the Season

Blazers Guard Wesley Matthews Ruptures Achilles, Done for the Season

It’s definitely a sad Thursday night for Portland fans, as their beloved team just suffered a huge blow during their matchup against the visiting Mavericks. During the early part of the third quarter—their shooting guard Wesley Matthews received the ball, went for the drive, but unfortunately fell down with pain because of his left foot. [...]

March 6, 2015 admin Benjamin Felix Santos, Blogs 0

Sixers Agree To Buyout With C Javale McGee

Sixers Agree To Buyout With C Javale McGee

The Sixers are record-wise still terrible this season, but arguably more fun to watch—thanks to their promising young guns and a little bit of credit to newly-acquired center Javale McGee. However, it looks like Mcgee’s days as a member of the Sixers will be cut short as both parties have come to an agreement for [...]

March 2, 2015 admin Benjamin Felix Santos, Blogs 0

Derrick Rose To Undergo Knee Surgery To Repair Torn Meniscus

Derrick Rose To Undergo Knee Surgery To Repair Torn Meniscus

Just when we all thought that former league MVP—Derrick Rose—was on his way to returning back to his old dominant self—but unfortunately the injury gods seem to have a liking for him. According to league sources, Rose was reportedly going to undergo right knee surgery to repair a torn meniscus—which is the same knee he [...]

February 25, 2015 admin Benjamin Felix Santos, Blogs 0

Knicks Will Shut Down Carmelo Anthony For Rest Of The Season

Knicks Will Shut Down Carmelo Anthony For Rest Of The Season

It’s safe to say that the New York Knicks, who are dead last in the league standings at a win-loss record of 10-43, have nothing left to fight for this season except for the upcoming draft lottery this summer. That being said, it’s no surprise that the New York Knicks are reportedly expected to rule [...]

February 18, 2015 admin Benjamin Felix Santos, Blogs 0

Sacramento Kings, George Karl Agree on Four-Year, $14.5M Deal

Sacramento Kings, George Karl Agree on Four-Year, $14.5M Deal

What we all speculated is now official, George Karl will be the next head coach of the Sacramento Kings after agreeing to a four-year, $14.5 million contract, according to league sources. The Kings (18-34) have been struggling under the helm of interim head coach Tyrone Corbin, which somewhat proved to be an obvious indication that [...]

February 12, 2015 admin Benjamin Felix Santos, Blogs 0

Kyle Korver To Replace Dwyane Wade In All-Star Game

Kyle Korver To Replace Dwyane Wade In All-Star Game

Injuries are inevitable in basketball. That being said, it looks like we won’t be seeing Heat All-Star guard Dwyane Wade, who has missed the past six games due to a strained right hamstring— as he’s decided to not participate in this weekend’s upcoming All-Star Game. So with Wade ruled out, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver has [...]

February 11, 2015 admin Benjamin Felix Santos, Blogs 0