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Seriously, Wizards in 5 or 6 even after the Hawks blowout win, but can we please replay John Wall’s performance yesterday, bruh?

By G Moniy
HHV Sports Contributing Writer

That boy, John Wall, is a bad man, he’s always ready to play. Especially after his team should’ve been in the playoffs, last year, and they weren’t, he had to come correct. But, after a comeback season, where they started off trash, and then stormed back to 49 wins, they were due one. Continue reading…

Rockets in 5 is the general consensus on Twitter after OKC Thunder win Game 3; Fans still believe in James Harden #HOUvsOKC

By G Moniy
HHV Sports Contributing Writer

Last year, the Houston Rockets were one of the NBA’s biggest disappointments. Still, they managed to get into the playoffs, but got wiped out by the Golden State Warriors. A lot of people say it was the curse of Khloe Kardashian that got James Harden, but that’s doubtful. Continue reading…

Rondo being out allowed the Celtics to blow the Bulls out in Chicago, 104-87, and let them back in the series behind a strong Avery Bradley showing

By G Moniy
HHV Sports Contributing Writer

It’s not even up for debate, the Boston Celtics and Chicago Bulls got the most-interesting playoff battle, right now. First, there are the Bulls over here making history, going up 2-0 on the road as an 8 seed, then there are the Celtics on the wrong side of history. Really intense out there. Continue reading…

Damn Rondo! Rajon Rondo is out indefinitely after fracturing his thumb in Game 2; Bulls fans say Celtics fans will come out like roaches now

By G Moniy
HHV Sports Contributing Writer

Just when it looked like the Chicago Bulls were about to do something, this happened. After they went up 2-0 on the Celtics in Boston, a lot of people pointed out how well Rajon Rondo was playing on his old home court. It was like it was 2010 all over again, and now it’s over. Continue reading…

Who Paul George gonna blame tonight? That’s the leading question NBA fans after Pacers blow 25 point lead against LeBron and the Cavs to go down 0-3 #KingJames

By G Moniy
HHV Sports Contributing Writer

Not too long ago, Paul George was considered the biggest threat to LeBron James. On top of that, the Pacers were a legitimate threat and one of the NBA’s best teams. The last time the Pacers were that relevant, Reggie Miller was playing and not commentating. Continue reading…

No KD… No Problem; Warriors fans take the win any way they can get it, complete with Javale McGee antics #DubNation #RipCity (FULL GAME HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDED) [VIDEO]

By G Moniy
HHV Sports Contributing Writer

People like to forget that the Golden State Warriors are just off two runs to the NBA Finals and 67 and a record-setting 73 wins, respectively. All of that took place without Kevin Durant. Back then, Steph Curry was the team’s most-recognized figure. Continue reading…

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