Missouri Athletes: The Struggle Continues

September 30, 2020 1

By: Zach Draves The killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Rashard Brooks, Tony McDade, and others have the nation on its heels. The ever-growing movement for racial justice has trickled down to the […]

LeBron and Lakers’ Biggest Test is the Miami Heat

September 30, 2020 0

By: Jordan Vitkauskas (@Lower_Merion33) If the first three rounds of the Los Angeles Lakers’ 2020 NBA playoffs were video game levels, slowly building up your skillset and testing you, then consider the Miami Heat the […]

Jimmy Butler: From Homeless to NBA Finals

September 30, 2020 0

We’ve all seen the movies. A struggling athlete deals with painful life struggles. We wonder: how do they rise? For Miami Heat forward Jimmy Butler, his life follows that script. From homeless to junior college, […]

Doc Rivers, Clippers Part Ways After Seven Years

September 30, 2020 0

After more than half a decade as head coach of the Los Angeles Clippers, Doc Rivers departs. Both parties made the “mutual decision” this past Monday according to owner Steve Ballmer. This decision may not […]

What’s Next for This Young Celtics Team?

September 29, 2020 0

By: Henry Curi The unprecedented 2020 NBA playoffs came to a disappointing end for the Boston Celtics. The team fell short of advancing to the finals yet again, as they lost the Eastern Conference Finals […]

Heat Reach Ultimate Stop: NBA Finals

September 28, 2020 1

After defeating the Boston Celtics 125-113 in Game Six of the Eastern Conference Finals, the Miami Heat punch their ticket to their first NBA Finals appearance in six years. But this Heat squad is no […]

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