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Russell Westbrook vs. James Harden is a Battle for the NBA’s Soul

Tweet Russell Westbrook vs. James Harden’s MVP debate embodies the reductive qualatative vs quantitative debate surrounding the NBA. Can the advanced metrics which help determine our perception of top players really capture the essence of their value? Does it measure the qualitative size of a player’s heart? Or the uplifting and calming presence a leader brings to a team during the [&hellip

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James Dolan’s Knicks Have Been Built On Foundation Weaker Than The Tower of Babel

Tweet The Knicks have avoided the rebuilding process for too long. Like their owner, James Dolan, they’re a franchise born on third base that has found themselves stuck in a pickle between first and second. Being the NBA’s most valuable lesson franchise in arguably the most majestic location has its benefits, yet they are a colossal  embarassment. Wednesday’s maelstrom over Draymond [&hellip

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A Song of Matty Ice and Fire

Tweet For much of his decade in the NFL, Matt Ryan has been the quarterback fraternity’s embodiment of a tree falling in a forest. How many other quarterbacks at the helm of a blistering offense would be Rosa Parked into the rear of the MVP discussion for most of the year despite throwing for nearly 5000 yards and 40 touchdowns [&hellip

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Atlanta Hawks Are the NBA’s Dunder Mifflin Paper Company

Tweet If there’s anyone who should have walked into the office on Monday morning showering praise upon Hidden Figures, and its three African-American female leads, or taking extensive notes when President Obama gave kudos to his wife during his farewell address Tuesday night, it would be Atlanta Hawks general manager Wes Wilcox. Last Thursday, Wilcox landed in hot water for [&hellip

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The Long Con-ald Trump

Tweet In November, Donald Trump’s ascendance to the presidency punched a hole in our election system. Ray Bradbury’s magnum opus, Fahrenheit 451 offers a lesson to his voters in the form of a quote uttered by Professor Faber. “If you hide your ignorance, nobody will hit you and you’ll never learn.” In other words, painful mistakes are how we learn. [&hellip

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