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Playing The Point May 29, 2017

By Jay Colby,

1. Cavaliers and Warriors meet in the Finals for the 3rd straight year – The trilogy is finally here what we’ve all been waiting for the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers go up against each other in the finals for a third straight year.

Playing The Point Weekly Column – January 30, 2017

Kevin Love & Carmelo Anthony; Credit – Getty Images

Playing The Point Weekly Column – January 9, 2017

Kyle Kover; Credit – Zimbio

By Jay Colby,

1. Hawks trade Kyle Korver to the Cavs – Trade season has commenced in the NBA as the first notable trade has been officially announced over the weekend. As veteran sharpshooter Kyle Korver is on the move as the Hawks send Korver to the Cavs for the 36-year-old forward Mike Dunleavy Jr, veteran point guard Mo Williams and a 2019 first-round Draft pick.

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.

The Knicks, the Lakers. Lots of Glitz, Little Glam

Lakers and Knicks

By Brent Best

The NBA is in a great place right now. LeBron James may be on the back 9, but he’s absolutely still in his prime and players such as Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant, Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, Damian Lillard, James Harden, Kyrie Irving, and Anthony Davis show that the league will have plenty of star power for years to come. Couple that with up and comers like Karl-Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins and the NBA is sitting pretty. What do these players all have in common? Why have the two largest markets fallen so far? I believe there to be a variety of reasons.