Category Archives: National Basketball Association

The Lakers win the NBA Finals, LeBron James campaigns against love

The Miami Heat had a great run in the NBA bubble as a plucky underdog that made it all the way to the NBA Finals. Erik Spoelstra is clearly one of the top coaches in the world, and Jimmy Butler … Continue reading

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Lakers take 3-1 lead in NBA Finals as Tyler Herro hits the backdoor cover shot of the year

Betting on sports isn’t always the most fun time in the world. It can get frustrating, aggravating, and downright sad. However, there are some communal moments that can make it all worth it. Whether you’re on the winning side or … Continue reading

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The Clippers are going home early, and Heat vs. Celtics is decided by defense

So much for the predictable NBA. Yes, we knew that the crumbling of Golden State’s dynasty would provide more parity to a league that saw Stephen Curry’s team reach the Finals for five consecutive seasons, but we also figured that … Continue reading

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The Mets scored a million runs for Jacob deGrom again, so let’s get this playoff train rolling

For the second straight time with Jacob deGrom on the mound, the Mets scored an embarrassing amount of runs and brutishly buried their opponent. Last weekend the victim was the Philadelphia Phillies, and last night it was the Toronto Blue … Continue reading

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The most exciting game of the NBA Playoffs happened, but the Mets are still alive so I don’t care

Apparently I missed a pretty good basketball game last night. The Raptors and Celtics battled into double overtime with their Eastern Conference second round series on the line. Trailing the series 3-2, Toronto led for much of the second half, … Continue reading

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The Mets got crushed by the Orioles and now the postseason seems like a longshot

Boooooooo. Boooooooo. Booooooooo. That’s what you would have heard from the Citi Field faithful if there had been fans in the seats last night. The Mets lost to the Phillies on Labor Day, but at least they showed a lot … Continue reading

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Mets tease fans with incredible comeback only to lose to Phillies in extra innings

I still can’t believe that the Mets lost yesterday. That’s not something I thought I would type after watching them fall behind the Phillies 6-0 on Monday afternoon. David Peterson clearly didn’t have his best stuff, as he constantly misfired … Continue reading

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Look what happens when the Mets get Jacob deGrom some run support

It finally happened! We finally were blessed by a day in Mets Land where nothing went wrong. Jacob deGrom pitched brilliantly and is once again a major contender for the Cy Young Award. Plus, the Mets scored plenty of runs … Continue reading

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Seth Lugo shows why he belongs in the rotation, leads Mets to win over Phillies

Something great and unexpected happened last night. The Mets got great pitching from their starter and the bullpen, which led to a 5-1 win over Philadelphia! Seth Lugo allowed a solo home run to Rhys Hoskins in the first inning, … Continue reading

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The Bucks are down 3-0 to the Heat, and that means big questions about Giannis Antetokounmpo

The Milwaukee bucks and their superstar forward Giannis Antetokounmpo were the Eastern Conference favorites to make the NBA Finals when the playoffs started, but last night they dropped their third straight game to the Heat and are now on the … Continue reading

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