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Past articles by Joseph:

NCAA Rejecting Missouri Appeal Will Leave A Lasting Impact On College Sports

Missouri found itself on the wrong side of the NCAA’s wrath on Tuesday, leaving a likely impact on how other schools interact with the governing body moving forward. → Read More

Duke Blue Devils: Vernon Carey announces himself a star

Mike Krzyzewski and the Duke Blue Devils lost key players from last season’s college basketball team, but added freshmen phenoms Vernon Carey and others in attempt to offset such a massive roster overhaul. Five games into the 2019-20 college basketball season, while operating without the Zion Williamson-level hype, it appears as though everything is going […] → Read More

Memphis Tigers: James Wiseman and the NCAA leaves Precious Achiuwa, others in a pickle

In this edition of the Morning After College Basketball, it's the Memphis Tigers, James Wiseman, NCAA, Precious Achiuwa and so much more. → Read More

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Kentucky Wildcats Freshman Tyrese Maxey Announces Himself A Star

If you had a freshman coming off the bench at Madison Square Garden to become a household name on college basketball’s opening night, you’re a better prognosticator than most. → Read More

Jonathan Kuminga – 2021 5-Star Highlights, Scouting Report

Jonathan Kuminga, a five-star wing out of the 2021 college basketball recruiting class, already has some insane highlights that’s resulted in some scouting report abilities. While it’s a far too early to get hyperbolic with the young man by way of YouTube videos, he’s already projected as the No. 1 overall prospect in his recruitment […] → Read More

Mike Krzyzewski Opting For Balance Instead Of Only Stars On The Recruiting Trail

Duke Blue Devils coach Mike Krzyzewski might be reinventing the recruiting wheel once again. → Read More

John Wall has a ruptured Achilles, out for a year

According to multiple reports, and then by the team itself, Washington Wizards guard John Wall suffered a ruptured Achilles. He will be out for roughly 12 months before he’s able to return to basketball activities. Major news: Wizards just announced John Wall has a ruptured Achilles, will undergo another surgery and won’t return to basketball […] → Read More

Cavs to fire Tyronn Lue

In some relatively stunning news, the Cleveland Cavaliers are going to fire head coach Tyronn Lue. The firing will happen soon. → Read More

‘Narrative’ to play a factor with where Kevin Durant plays next

According to the most recent rumblings, Golden State Warriors superstar Kevin Durant will let narrative alter his decision making process. Not an incredibly shocking thing to believe, as this is a human who claims to not care what people think about him, but once was busted using burner accounts to defend himself. The latter part […] → Read More

New York expected to part ways with Joakim Noah before training camp

The New York Knicks are expected to part ways with veteran big man Joakim Noah before the NBA season begins, according to a report. Per 2018 unwritten rules, Shams Charania broke the news on the mean streets of Twitter. Sources: The Knicks and center Joakim Noah are expected to part ways before training camp; team […] → Read More

Kawhi Leonard’s college coach talks about his shyness, ability to make eye contact

Toronto Raptors superstar forward Kawhi Leonard is known for his shyness, but did you know of his superhero like ability to make eye contact? Relax, friends. This will all make sense in a second. Steve Fisher, Leonard’s college basketball coach, was recently interviewed by The Athletic. There were a ton of neat nuggets dug from the […] → Read More

Jeanie Buss busted in Twitter gaffe

Los Angeles Lakers important person Jeanie Buss provided social media with a relatively big Twitter gaffe over the weekend. Nothing horrible. Nothing that will get her booed by the masses. But just enough so fans will turn to their own social media devices to make jokes. Here is the aforementioned gaffe: Some night can we […] → Read More

Kyrie Irving, Gordon Hayward are looking impressive in scrimmages

Many experts expect the Boston Celtics to dominate the Eastern Conference this season. Returning the core of its roster, plus adding once again healthy talents like Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward, it would make sense that many feel that way. The lingering question, however, rests on the health of both Irving and Hayward. Have either […] → Read More

Goran Dragic still available for trade

In what has remained a rumor for some period of time, it appears as thought the Miami Heat are still willing to trade Goran Dragic. In a relatively random moment on Twitter, the following happened when an Arizona sports talk personality was asked if the Phoenix Suns could land the Heat talent: He’s available so […] → Read More

Jordan Bell says he’s avoiding junk food from here on out

Young Golden State Warriors big man Jordan Bell has a bright future ahead of him. Once thought to be a steal in the NBA Draft, coupled with assumed high upside, there are few things that stand in his path to greatness. Well, outside of candy. According to Bell, however, his days of wining and dining […] → Read More

John Collins and Dejounte Murray poised to become next NBA superstars

The NBA is a continuous cycle of competition where every year teams win and lose. At the heart of competition, it’s the players that shine. As players age and graduate from the NBA, new players emerge every year to continue competing for the Larry O’ Brien trophy. This time of the offseason is when it […] → Read More

Adam Silver is ‘proud’ of members of NBA community who speak out on important issues

NBA commission Adam Silver is ‘proud’ of members of NBA community who speak out on important issues such as mental health and social topics. The league is known as one of the most outspoken in all of sports. Without its players being hidden behind helmets or prevented from using their voices due to some unwritten […] → Read More

Kevin Love, Tristan Thompson, JR Smith and Cavs to have 37 less nationally televised games

In the upcoming NBA season, we will see less of Kevin Love, Tristan Thompson, JR Smith, and the rest of the Cleveland Cavs on TV. Thanks a lot, LeBron James. As observed by Redditor u/ASK_ME_IF_IM_A_LLAMA, the Cavaliers had 39 nationally televised games last season. This season, without LeBron James in the mix, they will only […] → Read More

Most hyped 2018-19 NBA season games you can’t miss

The NBA has officially announced the slate of games for opening night, Christmas Day and Martin Luther King Day, as well as some nationally broadcast games. → Read More