Author Archives: Christopher Miller

5 Underrated Point Guards in the NBA

Honorable Mention : Jalen Brunson Jalen Brunson flew under the radar in his rookie season due to the massive amount of hype surrounding rookie sensation, Luka Dončić. He started 38 games for Dallas last season (his role increased after Dennis Smith Jr’s, involvement in the Kristaps Porzingis trade). He averaged 9.3 points, 2.3 rebounds, and 3.2 assists in his 20.8

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5 Players who could become All Stars for the first time next season

Mike Conley – Point Guard – Utah Jazz   It’s incredibly surprising that Mike Conley has never been an All-Star before. He’s been one of the most efficient and versatile point guards in the NBA for years now, and with the level he’s been playing at, you’d expect him to be a multi time All-Star by now. Maybe it’s because

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Winners and Losers of the NBA Offseason

Honorable Mention : Terry Rozier Terry Rozier was the biggest winner of the 2019 NBA Free Agency, without a doubt. He doesn’t deserve 3 years $58 million, especially from the Charlotte Hornets. He was given a very generous contract, and will likely be the starting point guard for Charlotte, which is also incredibly generous. Terry Rozier got more than he

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What Kawhi Leonard and Paul George to the Los Angeles Clippers means for the NBA

  The race for Kawhi Leonard is finally over, and the underdog came out on top. Kawhi Leonard is coming back home to Southern California to play for the Los Angeles Clippers. They seemed like the underdog throughout, with multiple reports coming out stating that Kawhi was either going back to the Raptors or to the Lakers, but after 5

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Why Bol Bol fell to the second round of the 2019 NBA Draft

Out of all of the players in the 2019 NBA Draft, Bol Bol was one of the players who garnered the most attention. He’s a 7’3”, 208 pound center, with a 7’6” wingspan. He’s a tremendous shooter, shooting 52% from 3 on nearly 3 attempts per game. Unlike most big men, he has a soft touch inside, and that combined

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Why Cameron Johnson was the right pick for the Phoenix Suns

  “With the eleventh overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft, the Minnesota Timberwolves select, Cameron Johnson, from the University of North Carolina.” Those were the words uttered by commissioner Adam Silver, which were followed with a long, awkward silence, and then some mild clapping. Prior to the pick, the Timberwolves traded Dario Saric and the eleventh pick to the

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6 Unexpected picks in the 2019 NBA Draft

  The 2019 NBA Draft went nothing like we thought it would. Every year teams take players earlier than projected, and every year players fall, but this year it seemed more extreme than usual. It was almost like we were in some parallel universe where the college basketball season went completely differently. Players who should’ve gone in the lottery fell

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2019 NBA Mock Draft w/Trades

1.) New Orleans Pelicans – Zion Williamson PF Duke – Freshman – 6’7 – 285 LBS The clear cut number one overall pick. He’s a generational athlete, and he has the potential to be a perennial all-star in the NBA. He’s slightly undersized for the position he’s being drafted at, but with a 6’10 wingspan and vertical leap of more

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5 Potential Offseason Trades

Before I get into these trades, I first want to preface this by saying that these may not be the most realistic of trades. Players like Clint Capela and Mike Conley are currently being looked at by teams, but the the trade itself may not be the most realistic. I made trades that benefit both teams, and I tried to

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Why Carsen Edwards will be an All-Star in the NBA

  Carsen Edwards showed a lot of heart and leadership in the 2019 NCAA Tournament, but dedicated college basketball fans weren’t at all surprised by his performance. In the tournament he averaged 34.8 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2 assists, with 2.8 turnovers. He also showed tremendous efficiency in those four games, shooting 46% from three, and 45% from the field. His

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