More trash headed to Brooklyn

Back the dump truck up as more trash is being dropped in Brooklyn. As the Brooklyn Nets and  Ed Harris have agreed to a one year  4 million dollar deal. The 6ft 10 journeymen have played for the Raptors, Grizzlies, Lakers,  Trailblazers and now the Nets. He averaged 5 points and 7 rebounds in 19

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James Harden Wins MVP

After coming in second place to Russell Westbrook at last year’s NBA Awards, James Harden got some redemption. Last night, James Harden won the 2017-2018 Most Valuable Player. The  NBA held their second annual  awards show  held last night. In the past, the awards were given throughout the playoffs. However, they established the award show

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Cavs Tie Series 2-2

In LeBron James’s 6th 40 plus point game in playoffs, the Cavaliers tied their series against the Celtics. The Cavs beat the Celtics 111-102. The Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Celtics in what is potentially a key game for them. The Cavaliers won on their home-court in both Game 3 and Game 4. If the Cavs

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Celtics Advance to Conference Finals

The Boston Celtics’s playoff journey continues. After two solid series, the Celtics are in the Eastern Conference Finals. They will face the Cleveland Cavaliers for the Eastern Conference championship. Last night, the Celtics beat the Philadelphia 76ers in a close game. They won 114-112. This game came down to the final possession. Ben Simmons  a

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LiAngelo Ball Declares For NBA Draft

LiAngelo Ball, the younger brother of Lonzo Ball, has declared for the NBA draft. Ball’s agent Harrison Gaines broke the news to Yahoo Sports. LiAngelo Ball submitted the early-entry paperwork necessary to enter the June draft. Earlier this year, LiAngelo and his brother LaMelo signed with Vytautas Prienu, a professional Lithuanian team. Ball signed with Vytautas

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