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We Should Take a Lesson from the Paul George/Oladipo & Sabonis Trade
If you're reading this right now there's a good chance you've already read something along these lines. Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis' exponential rise with the Indiana Pacers have been one of the most talked-about storylines of the early NBA season.
Ranking the Most Fun Young Teams to Watch Going Into the Season
The NBA is in the best spot in league history. While LeBron James and the Golden State Warriors (with valid attempts from a few other organizations) are battling for league supremacy, teams across the league are building for the future.
There’s Finally Hope in Cincinnati
Tonight was the Reds tenth game of the season. They lost. It was only their third loss of the season. That’s insane. Going into the season, I was mentally prepared for a 100-loss team. That wasn’t the worst-case scenario, either. If you watched the Reds for one game last season, there was no sign of this type of start. Here’s the thing: it doesn’t really seem like a fluke.
Tyler Dorsey Has Been the Biggest Winner of the NCAA Tournament
Going into March Madness the casual basketball fan did not know the name Tyler Dorsey. In fact, Dorsey wasn’t even mentioned on a list of 50 players to watch going into the tournament. Four games later and the sophomore is averaging 24.5 points per game while leading his Oregon Ducks to their first Final Four in school history.
Ricky Rubio Is the Missing Link for the Cleveland Cavaliers
Before I begin let me get one thing out of the way. I’m very scared about this piece. Since May I have written approximately 345,002,394,920 words about the Oklahoma City Thunder. I have written a solid zero about any other team. Luckily for me, and not so luckily for you, The Unbalanced has given me an opportunity to publish my non-Thunder takes.
Mike D’Antoni Is the X-Factor in the San Antonio Series
Mike D’Antoni’s feared “seven seconds or less offense” and the Phoenix Suns ran into Gregg Popovich and the San Antonio Spurs three times in their four playoff appearances during his tenure. All three series resulted in a San Antonio dub.
The Cincinnati Bearcats Are the Sleeper Nobody Is Talking About
Let me be 100% clear. This is a completely biased article. The first basketball team I fell in love with was the Cincinnati Bearcats. Growing up in the 513, we didn’t have a professional basketball team — the Cats’ were the next best thing.
Kyrie Irving Has His Reasons for Wanting Out of Cleveland
Disclaimer: I am not an advocate of Kyrie Irving wanting to leave LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. I am only a Cincinnatian going to Ohio University, surrounded by large patches of Clevelanders — it is my duty to lay out the plethora of reasons why Kyrie Irving wants to get out of the Mistake on the Lake.