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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Paul George

Paul George resigns with Oklahoma City Thunder

Paul George decides to keep his talent in Oklahoma City. As the five-time NBA All-Star agrees to a four year 137 million dollar deal with the Thunder.  The contract cannot officially be signed until July 6th. So Lakers fans who were hoping that Paul George returns to play for his hometown team “there’s still a little

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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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Is Tyronn Lue’s Job Secure?

On Friday, the Cleveland Cavaliers lost to the Golden State Warriors 108-85. The Warriors won the series 4-0 for a sweep. This was the first sweep since 2007. In 2007, the San Antonio Spurs swept the Cleveland Cavaliers in LeBron James’s first trip to the NBA Finals. The Cavaliers have made the finals for four

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Kevin Durant

Durant lifts Warriors in Game 3

Kevin Durant scores 43 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in 43 minutes.  Stephen Curry added 11 points and Draymond Green, Javale Mc Gee, and Klay Thompson all added 10 points apiece. As the Golden State Warriors took a 3-0 lead on the Cleveland Cavaliers by beating them 110-102 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland Ohio.

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Warriors Gain 2-0 Lead Over Cavs

The Golden State Warriors took care of business at home. They beat the Cavaliers in both games at Oracle Arena and gained a 2-0 lead over the Cavs. Tonight, the Warriors won 122-103. In what was a strange Game 1, the Warriors beat the Cavs in overtime. A blunder by Cavs guard J.R Smith forced

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