Chris and Joe discuss the ramifications of legal sports betting in New Jersey and across the United States.
The Oklahoma City Thunder bowed out of the playoffs last week after a loss to the Utah Jazz. Paul George, who nicknamed himself Playoff P, shot 40 percent from the field in series against the Jazz, averaging 24.7 points and a 14.6 PER. Solid numbers except he failed to show up in Game 6 when [...]
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 [...]
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Chris Molicki and Will Anari talk Knicks with the Wall Street Journal’s New York Knicks beat writer Chris Herring. Follow us on Twitter:
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 [...]
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. [...]