A different side of Twitter was seen Wednesday afternoon after learning of the passing of Atlanta-based, NBA writer Bo Churney. Sports writer Robby Kalland heard about the news from Churney's brother and wanted to let others around the NBA Twitter community know. https://twitter.com/RKalland/status/999297757285318656?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Fawfulannouncing.com%2Fnba%2Ffundraising-page-raises-thousands-of-dollars-for-at-risk-lgbt-teens-after-death-of-basketball-blogger-bo-churney.html&tfw_creator=AlexPutterman Soon after, a fundraising page had been set up on everydayhero.com for... Continue Reading →


The Toronto Raptors are currently battling the Washington Wizards in Game 2 in the first round. The Raptor took a 1-0 series lead over the weekend and were well on their way to taking a 2-0 tonight as they were up 65-45 before they had to stop the game. Out of nowhere fans with courtside... Continue Reading →

Andre Ingram’s Magical Debut

Wednesday night, the Los Angeles Lakers battled the #1 seed Houston Rockets in a meaningless game 81. The Rockets beat the Lakers 105-99 at the Staples Center but that did not really matter. The attention was on newly called-up Andre Ingram, 32, who was set to make his NBA debut after 10 years in the... Continue Reading →

Bulls Are Back

Nikola Mirotic was out for the first 23 games of the Chicago Bulls season because of an injury during an October 17th practice. After a heated exchange, Portis squared Mirotic in the face resulting in a concussion and 2 broken facial bones. Eyeing a return, Mirotic wanted to put that aside him and contribute to... Continue Reading →

Zach Randolph Dealing?

News broke late last night and early into this morning that the NBA star Zach Randolph was arrested for intent for possession of marijuana with felony intent to sell. Below is the picture of him waltzing out of jail after he posted bond this morning. For someone who is being charged with a felony, he doesn't seem... Continue Reading →

NBA Awards Predictions

The finalists for each of the NBA Awards for this season were announced on Friday. So, I am going to rundown each of the finalists for each of the awards and make my predictions on who will win. In the past I wrote about my prediction for MVP, so instead of writing about it again... Continue Reading →

A Tale of Two Sports

  The NBA and NHL playoffs are in their Conference Finals and each sport portrays a different tale. The NBA Playoffs are a snorefest with both the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors sweeping straight through to the Conference Finals while the NHL Playoffs have had only 2 sweeps, one coming from a Wild Card... Continue Reading →

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