The Biggest Winners and Losers of the NBA Offseason
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by LWOSports Staff
1y ago
Announcing winners and losers on draft day can be as dangerous as announcing the outcome of a game after the first quarter. It can take years for beginners to fully develop. After a few years, quick predictions often look silly. But they’re really interesting, aren’t they? Plus, if you’re a sports bettor then you know ..read more
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Why The Miami Heat Should Draft Cole Anthony
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by Nick Goodling
1y ago
Last year at UNC, Cole Anthony was supposed to lead the Tar Heels to glory. Anthony was the number two ranked recruit by ESPN and was MVP of the McDonald’s All American Game. In addition, he was co-MVP of the Jordan Brand Classic. With a former NBA player as his father to guide him, the ..read more
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The 2019 NBA Draft Lottery Top Three Picks
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by Shane Lang
1y ago
The NBA Draft Lottery is usually a little bit predictable but this year threw any sure thought out the window after the Pelicans got the number one pick ..read more
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Top Point Guards for NBA Draft
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by Michael Maxcy
1y ago
As we head into the conference portion of the basketball schedules, I thought I would start to look at the 2019 NBA draft. The first position I will look at is the point guard position. While this is not a deep position, nor does it have a top five player as of right now, this ..read more
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NBA Draft: Marvin Bagley III Potential Fits
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by Andrew Zachary
1y ago
Marvin Bagley III, the 6’11 ” 239 pound forward from Duke, is projected to go within the top three picks of this year’s 2018 NBA Draft. Bagley is an accurate, left-handed shooter and an excellent offensive and defensive rebounder, which has earned him many comparisons to NBA greats like Chris Bosh. Bagley is a well-rounded ..read more
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NBA Draft : Lonnie Walker Potential Fits
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by Nick Peckham
1y ago
Lonnie Walker is a 6’5” 204 pound wing player from Miami University. Walker could be the sleeper in this years draft class. He checks all the boxes that you look for when evaluating prospects. With his freakishly athleticism to his offensive and defensive capabilities. Lonnie Walker could be the Donovan Mitchell in this draft and ..read more
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2018 NBA Mock Draft: The Final Edition
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by Nick Peckham
1y ago
Round 1: 1: Phoenix Suns: C DeAndre Ayton – Arizona 2: Sacramento Kings: PF Mavin Bagley – Duke 3: Atlanta Hawks: PF Jaren Jackson Jr.– Michigan State 4: Memphis Gizzlies: SF Michael Porter Jr.– Missouri 5: Dallas Mavericks: SG Luka Doncic – Real Madrid 6: Orlando Magic: PG Trae Young – Oklahoma 7 : Chicago ..read more
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NBA Draft : Lonnie Walker Potential Fits
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by Nick Peckham
1y ago
Lonnie Walker is a 6’5” 204 pound wing player from Miami University. Walker could be the sleeper in this years draft class. He checks all the boxes that you look for when evaluating prospects. With his freakishly athleticism to his offensive and defensive capabilities. Lonnie Walker could be the Donovan Mitchell in this draft and ..read more
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NBA Draft : Mohamed Bamba Potential Fits
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by Nick Peckham
1y ago
Mohamed Bamba is the best defensive player in this years draft. Mohamed Bamba is a 7’1” center with a 8’0” wingspan. Bamba is being compared to Rudy Gobert with his ability to change the game on the defensive end of the floor. Mohamed Bamba played his college basketball at Texas University under head coach Shaka ..read more
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NBA Draft: Trae Young potential fits
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by John Vogel, Managing Editor
1y ago
Trae Young has a lot of potential and talent. Breaking out in his first tournament in a garbage game against Oregon, Young busted for 43 points and proved to be an electrifying offensive star. His assist totals went through the roof, and became the first player in Division I history to lead the nation in ..read more
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