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A More Perfect Union: The East Should Fear the 76ers

Last August, the pre-season Eastern Conference front running 76ers clinched a playoff spot and a First Round matchup with their rival Boston Celtics. Down Ben Simmons due to a dislocated knee cap, the six-seed Sixers were pounced by the star-driven Celtics unit, dropping four straight and abruptly ending their season. It

Take Note: The Jazz Will Be in the Conference Finals

Just five short months ago, the short-handed Utah Jazz team held a 3-1 series lead over the Denver Nuggets, in the first round of the challenging 2020 NBA Playoffs. The Jazz then lost three straight, including a highly contested Game 7, and were sent home. It was their second consecutive First

Nate Hinton Is Ready For the NBA Draft

Nate Hinton recently announced he was entering the 2020 NBA Draft. He’s a 6-5, 210-pound guard who played for two seasons with the Houston Cougars. Having attended that school, I know it’s a fantastic program filled with a lot of history. “I’m getting more and more excited as time goes by,”

The Top Ten Most Impactful Sporting Events of My Lifetime

I retain the right to change this list someday, The New York Jets winning another Super Bowl is a fine example but that probably won’t happen. My back story is I couldn’t walk until I was five. The details aren’t important right now but it’s the reason I love sports.

Cigar Aficionado Debuts World Premiere of Michael Jordan: The Complete Video Interview

New York, NY—In 2017, NBA legend Michael Jordan sat down with Cigar Aficionado editor and publisher Marvin R. Shanken for a rare, exclusive interview and video shoot for the magazine's special 25th-anniversary issue. Now, for the first time, the magazine will air the 58-minute Michael Jordan interview on Thursday, July 30 at 7pm

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