Author Archive | Avi Saini

Guest Post- Can Carmelo Anthony and Derrick Rose Coexist?

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Justin Becker of FantasyBasketballMoneyLeagues.com. For more NBA news and updates, visit Fantasy Basketball Money Leagues. One of the biggest talks this offseason is going to be where New York Knicks’ star Carmelo Anthony will be playing next season. Heck, it was pretty much the biggest talk all season […]

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2013-2014 Player Review: Derrick Rose

Player: Derrick Rose Per game stats: Irrelevant- a small 10 game sample size during which Rose was rusty is not worth bringing up The Good: It’s hard to find any good in a season that was as short as Derrick Rose’s was, but the major (and only) positive is that was regaining some semblance of his […]

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2013-2014 Player Recap: Kirk Hinrich

Player: Kirk Hinrich Per game stats: 73 games played, 61 games started 29.0 minutes 9.1 points per game; 39.3% FG%; 35.1% 3P 3.9 assists per game, 2.6 rebounds per game, 1.6 turnovers per game, 1.1 steals per game The Good: It’s no secret that I’m not a fan of Kirk Hinrich. All season long I’ve […]

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2013-2014 Year In Review: DJ Augustin

Player: DJ Augustin Per game stats: 61 games played, 9 games started 30.4 minutes 14.9 points per game; 41.9% FG%; 41.1% 3P 5.0 assists per game, 2.9 rebounds per game, 1.9 turnovers per game, 0.9 steals per game The Good: This is still incredibly weird to say but DJ Augustin was one of the major […]

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Jerry and Michael Reinsdorf Issue a Statement Regarding Donald Sterling’s Punishment

The past weekend has been a nightmare for the NBA, arguably the most progressive professional leagues in the United States. Late Friday night TMZ published audio in which Donald Sterling and his (presumably now ex-) girlfriend were in an argument. On the recording Sterling can be heard making racist comments about minorities such as how […]

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Nene Hilario Suspended for Game 4

  Nene Hilario has been a thorn in Chicago’s side this season, especially during the playoffs. His physical play defensively has impeded Noah’s passing from the high post and kept Chicago out of the paint for easy layups while his offense has been strong and bruising. With Nene on the court the Bulls are only […]

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Joakim Noah Wins Defensive Player of the Year

  After several weeks of award speculation and several hours of Chicago based writers tweeting out about their sources, it’s official- Joakim Noah is the 2013-2014 NBA Defensive Player of the Year. This is Noah’s first major individual award and one that caps what has been a spectacular season for the 29 year old center. […]

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The Two Towers

The following is a guest post submitted by Josh Planos, a writer at Fansided, SportsWunderkin, and the Pick and Roll. You can follow Josh at @JPlanos Among the most prevalent names circling the league before the annual award allocation are Joakim Noah and Taj Gibson. The linchpins of the Chicago Bulls’ defense have, in many […]

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