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Past articles by Jesus:

Mario Hezonja’s NBA career is not dead yet –

Something strange and exciting has been happening in Orlando in the past month or so. Amid all the losing, there's been a surprising development: Mario Hezonja, notorious draft bust, is suddenly playing well. Over the past month, Hezonja is averaging 17 points, six rebounds and two steals per game while shooting 36 → Read More

Bogdan Bogdanovic Is The Best Rookie No One Talks About

After a blowout loss against the Thunder on Monday, the Sacramento Kings seem ready to concede that the season is over. The veterans are going to sit more and the young players are going to get more playing time, according to coach Dave Joerger. It’s arguably the right decision to make, as the team sits […] → Read More

Atlanta’s Taurean Prince quietly taking a leap

After avoiding it for years, the Atlanta Hawks are doing the tanking thing right. They have the worst record in the league, which means they currently have the best odds of landing the top pick in next year’s draft. They desperately need the elite talent that picking first might allow them. Unlike other teams that […] → Read More

Derrick Favors continues audition for starting center role

The Utah Jazz will be without their best player for two weeks. For the second time this season, Rudy Gobert will miss time with a knee injury. That’s a huge blow to their chances of climbing up the standings in the West. Fortunately for the Jazz, they do have another quality big man to potentially […] → Read More

Nikola Mirotic playing like star he was supposed to be

The lowly Chicago Bulls are suddenly the hottest team in the East. They’ve won the last four games to escape the conference’s basement. Not coincidentally, their streak started with the return of Nikola Mirotic to action. Mirotic has been scoring at a ridiculously efficient clip. He’s averaging 19 points on 57 percent shooting from the […] → Read More

Lakers rookie Kyle Kuzma continues to impress in preseason

Kyle Kuzma was supposed to be a cheap, versatile bench piece for a Los Angeles Lakers team betting on youth. After impressive Summer League and preseason performances, he seems to be one of their most promising players. Kuzma turned skeptics into believers in just 11 preseason games. The question is no longer whether he can play […] → Read More

Cavaliers trade creates different dynamic for Derrick Rose

They would not only miss an All-Star point guard, but would also have to slot Derrick Rose in a role he really shouldn’t occupy. → Read More

Mavericks Should Budge And Re-Sign Nerlens Noel

It seems that every year we reach August with a high-profile restricted free agent unsigned. This time, that’s Nerlens Noel. After failing to secure a max deal on the open market, the big man is ready to negotiate with the Dallas Mavericks to stay in Big D. The Mavs, however, seem in no hurry to […] → Read More

Clippers And Doc Rivers Might Be Headed For A Breakup

The Los Angeles Clippers have announced that Doc Rivers will no longer act as the Clippers’ president of basketball operations. → Read More

Brook Lopez Addition Left Lakers With Few Holes To Fill

In recent years, the Los Angeles Lakers were involved in countless rumors at the start of free agency. This summer, they have barely been named in any reports. They have some meetings scheduled to look for guard depth, but nothing appears imminent. They are hanging back for now, looking for bargains. One of the biggest […] → Read More

Does Jerry West have master plan to bring LeBron James to Clippers?

Monday was a hectic day in the NBA, even for early offseason standards. The Clippers introduced Jerry West as consultant. The Pacers are still trying to trade Paul George and now apparently the Bulls are also fielding offers for Jimmy Butler. Cavaliers general manager David Griffin was among those negotiating with Chicago until the surprise […] → Read More

Klay Thompson’s impact in the 2017 NBA Finals could be huge

The 2017 NBA Finals should be epic. Warriors vs. Cavaliers will feature some of the best players at their position going against each other. LeBron James vs. Kevin Durant. Kyrie Irving vs. Stephen Curry. Draymond Green vs. Kevin Love. Klay Thompson vs. J.R. Smith. Wait, that last one isn’t like the others. Thompson has been […] → Read More

Cavaliers can’t afford to repeat these 3 mistakes on offense

The Cleveland Cavaliers’ second half collapse against the Boston Celtics in Game 3 will likely be a footnote soon. It took a crazy night from three-point land from Boston’s Marcus Smart, a bad LeBron James performance and a last-second three for Boston to get on the board in the series. Cleveland is still expected to […] → Read More

Manu Ginobili Played Like The Star He Used To Be In Game 5

On the last play of Tuesday’s Game 5 against the Houston Rockets, Manu Ginobili took a huge risk, because that’s what Manu Ginobili does. → Read More

Andre Roberson Is Fatally Flawed--Just Like The Thunder

The Thunder lost a close one to the Rockets in Game 4 and are now facing elimination. Despite looking like the better team for three quarters and leading by as many as 14 on Sunday, they couldn’t close the win. The fact that Andre Roberson, who was fantastic for most of the game, was largely […] → Read More

Julius Randle’s upside is still a mystery for the Lakers

It’s the age of unicorns in the NBA. Big men with perimeter skills are at a premium. Every team that doesn’t have one wants one. And every player who flashes that type of game is considered a perfect building block for the pace-and-space era. There have been times these past two seasons in which the […] → Read More

Jordan Clarkson's Poor Fit With D'Angelo Russell A Problem For The Lakers

The Lakers have gone into tank mode. With their season done, they are now sitting all their veterans and trying new lineups. Their latest experiment involves having Jordan Clarkson in the starting lineup, not next to D’Angelo Russell but in his place. Shaking things up is understandable on a 20-48 team. Yet this seems like […] → Read More

Derrick Rose's return to Chicago is a reminder that they are better off apart

Rose and the Bulls had a great run together, but both parties needed to move on. → Read More

Kevin Garnett and Rasheed Wallace make a hilarious duo and TNT needs to keep them together

Everything about TNT’s new "Area 21" segment was great. The only problem is that Rasheed Wallace was only a guest. → Read More

Jazz, Rudy Gobert agree on 4-year contract extension worth more than $100 million

The Stifle Tower is staying in Utah. → Read More