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Postcards from San Antonio: When A Hall of Fame Announcement Connects to Childhood

He did it. Ray Allen will be enshrined into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2018. This is obviously a much-deserved honor as Allen is, in my opinion, the greatest pure shooter in the history of basketball.

However, when I hear the name Ray Allen, I am still […]

Weekly Roundup: January 2 – January 8

Danny Knobler (@DannyKnobler) of Bleacher Report details the early stages of Derek Jeter’s tenure as the Marlins’ CEO.

Kevin Clark (@bykevinclark) of The Ringer discusses the impact Blake Bortles had on the Jacksonville Jaguars’ regular season.

Jackie MacMullan of ESPN looks at Kyrie Irving’s departure from the Cleveland Cavaliers and what could be coming while he’s […]

Weekly Roundup: Nov 28-Dec 4

Lee Jenkins (@SI_LeeJenkins) of Sports Illustrated profiles Ben Simmons and his quest for NBA stardom.

Dirk Chatelain (@dirkchatelain) of the Omaha World-Herald writes about Scott Frost’s return to Nebraska and what it means for the program going forward.

Chris Johnson (@bychrisjohnson) of Sports Illustrated profiles Zion Williamson and how he came to prominence as a high […]

Weekly Roundup: April 11-17

Ryan O’Hanlon lays out what we as fans already know. Playoff basketball is very different than regular season basketball.

Russell Westbrook’s high school teammate and close friend collapsed and died on the court in the middle of a game.

Isaiah Thomas lost his sister to a car wreck, then had an epic performance in Game […]