Capital City Go-Go

The Capital City Go-Go will tip off their second season in the NBA G-League on November 9th. They will open up at home against the Grand Rapids Drive. The Go-Go will welcome a new member to the Southeast Division. The College Park Skyhawks (Atlanta Hawks affiliate) will be the latestRead More →

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With the NBA heading towards a quiet period, it’s time to take our first look at the over/under for each team. This is subject to change once training camps open, just in case, something changes.   Team Over/Under Wins Making the Cut Prediction Atlanta Hawks    36    Under BostonRead More →

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The Washington Wizards continue to make changes to their staff and the Tommy Shepherd era begins. Rogers was named vice president of pro personnel. Rogers has spent the last three seasons as director of pro personnel for the Los Angeles Clippers. With the Wizards, he will oversee the scouting forRead More →

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There have been several buzzwords/terms that have cropped up in the NBA Offseason. Things like “pick swaps” and “renounce” have been used quite a bit in 2019 but nothing has been used more than “empowerment”. You can’t have a conversation with anyone, especially non-NBA fans, without the word coming up.Read More →

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There has been a lot of talk in the NBA about players “teaming up” and creating “super teams”. First of all, the only super team we’ve seen in this era were the Golden State Warriors when they signed Kevin Durant. Outside of that, we haven’t seen a true super teamRead More →

Paul George and Kawhi Leonard

Most of us East Coasters were in bed by the time the Los Angeles Clippers signed Kawhi Leonard and traded for Paul George. It didn’t come cheap and I’m not talking about Leonard’s 4 year-$141 million dollar deal. The Clippers traded 5 first round picks, Gilgeous-Alexander, and Danilo Gallinari forRead More →

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Free agency proved what everyone already knew. The big time free agents don’t want to play for the New York Knicks. Why should they? The franchise hasn’t been truly relevant since the 1990s. Since 2000, they’ve only made the playoffs five times, the last coming in 2012-2013. And, for theRead More →