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Kawhi Leonard Is Defeating The San Antonio Spurs

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By Ryan Gaydos The San Antonio Spurs have not had to face much controversy over the last 20 years. The biggest issues the organization needed to come to grips with have been how to handle their aging superstars from the likes of David Robinson and Tim Duncan to Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili. The Kawhi [...]

Doppelgangers: NBA/NFL Edition

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Inspired by the Wall Street Journal’s Chris Herring, we here at The Sports Brunch decided a good way to fill part of this two week football layoff would be to create an entertaining article in which we decide which NFL teams and NBA teams match up most closely with each other.  After hours of collaboration and a [...]

NBA Draft Scouting Report: Michael Carter-Williams

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By Chris Molicki Michael Carter-Williams, PG, Syracuse Why you want him: The biggest asset  Carter-Williams has is his passing ability. He dished out assists left and right all season. He has great court vision and can find the open man. Carter-Williams excelled in Jim Boeheim’s zone because of his incredible length and size for a point guard. [...]

NBA Draft Scouting Report: Alex Len

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By Chris Molicki Alex Len, C, Maryland Why you want him: Not every center in the NBA stands at a legit seven feet, but Alex Len has surpassed that mark. At 7′ 1″, he is skilled offensively with soft hands and a solid midrange jumper, some skills that escape many NBA centers. He’s very active [...]

NBA Draft Scouting Report: Victor Oladipo

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By Chris Molicki Victor Oladipo, SG/SF, Indiana Why you want him: Similar to Otto Porter, Oladipo is a lockdown defender with a never-ending motor, he’s just a little less long. However, he makes up for it in his explosive transition game and his extreme athleticism. Like Porter, Oladipo has made improvements to his jump shot [...]