Brooklyn Trading Top Draft Picks Has Haunted Them

Isaiah Whitehead; Credit - NBA

Isaiah Whitehead; Credit – NBA

By Lucas Chang,

The Brooklyn Nets are now a team that is looking to rebuild their entire roster from top to bottom after a couple years of disappointing seasons. It wasn’t too long ago that the Nets were competing for a spot in the playoffs in a weak Eastern Conference, along with fans believing Brooklyn could possibly become New York’s new team. Unfortunately, the Nets failed to make noise in the playoffs, and made some huge mistakes in the following years regarding the future of the team and draft picks.

Scoring More Points Than the Other Team Wins Championships

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Credit – AP

By Regina Robinson,

What do the Villanova Wildcats need to do to repeat as NCAA champions? Score more points than the other team.

From Hero to Zero: The Unceremonious Dismantling of the Miami Heat

Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

By Ashley Douglas

Just a few short years ago, the Miami Heat were on top of the world. They had the number one team in the NBA, and boated a rock-solid core with LeBron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh to take them the distance. From 2010-2014 the Heat would make a total of 4 NBA Finals appearances, and in 2012-2013 they recorded back to back championships. Unfortunately, this was not meant to last. Just 2 short seasons later, the Heat are a shell of the team they once were and are facing the daunting task of rebuilding.

Which NBA Players Will Have A Dissappointing 2016-17 Season

Derrick Rose; Credit - Getty Images

Derrick Rose; Credit – Getty Images

By Brent Best,

When most people think of the 2015-16 NBA season, the first things that come to mind are likely the Golden State Warriors going 73-9, Kobe Bryant’s farewell tour, and the Cavaliers finally bringing a championship to the city of Cleveland. Aside from the Cavs’ championship, the other two highlights featured some major disappointments. For Golden State, it was their inability to win the NBA championship despite having the best regular season of all time. And for Kobe Bryant, it was him shooting a career worst 35.8 percent from the field and missing a number of games due to simply being physically unable to play.

Lynx Even The Series of the WNBA Finals

Maya Moore - Credit USA Today

Maya Moore – Credit USA Today

By Larry Sanderson,

Lead by their leader Maya Moore the Minnesota Lynx’s force a fifth and deciding game Thursday at the Target Center where the LA Sparks have already won twice this season including game one of this series.