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This Week’s Tidbits May 29th

This our third edition of GameDaySportsBolg.com’s Weekly Tidbits, a video article that comes out every Sunday looking at our thoughts on the week that passed in sports and looking forward to next week. Here’s what on the docket for this week’s video: Texas is the team to beat in the American

Steven Adams: The Ultimate X Factor

The Oklahoma City Thunder are obviously Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant’s team. Nobody outside of Mark Cuban is doubting that those two superstars run the show for the Thunder. But while we all believe to know what we are to expect from those two, it’s a little known big man

Where Does Dwight Howard End Up?

Dwight Howard is arguably the most perplexing figure in the basketball world. With the potential to be the best big man in the sport and the production that continually backs that up the 30 year old center should be a dream free agent this summer. However, Howard’s dominant physical attributes

Why The Warriors Will Be Alright Without Steph Curry

It is unknown just how long reigning MVP Steph Curry will be out with the sprained knee he suffered at Houston on Sunday. And it is also a mystery of just how well the defending champs are without the league’s best player. But inside the locker room and to anybody

Why the Timberwolves Are Done Sucking

The regular season is now over. And on the last night of the season we were treated to a record 73rd win by Golden State, and a 60 point performance by the Black Mamba, arguably one of the 5 best players to ever lace them up. But instead of talking

Why Golden State and Cleveland Aren’t Locks for the NBA Finals

The MVP has been all but locked up by Warriors’ Steph Curry, despite one of the greatest seasons ever by the Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard, and with the award basically guaranteed to travel back to Oakland, people believe that the championship will be too. Especially after the dominating win over San

Don’t Forget About Kawhi

Ok, so we all know who is winning this year’s NBA MVP Award. It’s the man who is having statistically the greatest season of all-time. The man who plays for a team, who after Wednesday’s overtime win against the Jazz, sit just 5 wins away from history. But what if

Was This Rick Pitino’s Last March?

There is something people may have missed while watching ESPN on Selection Sunday. Something went unnoticed while millions of brackets were being filled in the first day of March Madness. Something oddly different about this year’s tourney. That something that seems a little off about this time around in the

What to Make of D’Angelo Russell

D’Angelo Russell is not in the running for Rookie of the Year. As a matter of fact, the former Buckeye star has been just a bench player for more than half of the Lakers’ games this season. Still the Lakers’ guard put on quite the show Tuesday night against the

Golden State’s Impact on the Trade Deadline

The Golden State Warriors walked away after Thursday’s 3pm trade deadline with the same team that they went into the week with. Yet having done absolutely nothing, the Warriors became the biggest winners of the day, and their dominance so far this season had a large impact on other teams

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