Saturday, September 19, 2020

Players Spotlight: Kawhi Leonard

Kawhi Leonard has certainly done a lot of things in the NBA up to this point. With his trade to Toronto, it's time to start fresh and get back to his best form.

Fan Questions and the NBA Draft

On this week’s episode of A Bunch of Nuts Podcast Dan fields some questions sent in by the fans. Dan then introduces the new segment called “The Cardale Jones Tweet of the Week.” Usual segments include “Bashing the SEC” and “What is TTUN up to.” Finally the podcast ends with Dan finding out where Keita Bates-Diop was selected in the 2018 NBA Draft.

Reliving the Ray Allen shot five years later

Five years have now passed since Ray Allen hit one of the greatest shots in NBA Finals history to help the Miami Heat win game 6 and the title.

Kawhi Leonard wants out of San Antonio

The reports are everywhere and it looks like Kawhi Leonard definitely wants out of San Antonio after the tumultuous season he had.

How the NBA looked the last time LeBron James wasn’t in the NBA Finals.

A lot has changed in the NBA since LeBron James has not been in a NBA Finals. From social media being not being as big, to top players currently not in the league or retired it has been a lot has changed in eight years.

Five NBA teams who should draft Keita Bates-Diop

The 2018 Big Ten Player of the Year, Keita Bates-Diop of the Ohio State Buckeyes, has declared for the NBA Draft and is expected to be a late first-round pick. Let's take a look at a few teams that might take him.

Is Kawhi Leonard to the Clippers a real thing?

Reports have surfaced the Los Angeles Clippers are putting together a package for the two-time Defensive Player of the Year in Leonard.

The Spurs look to beat the odds against the Warriors

The San Antonio Spurs want to avenge last year's loss to the Golden State Warriors but it won't be very easy.

The Renaissance of the NBA big man

The NBA in in the midst of a front court renaissance and you need to care, especially you - Brian.

The San Antonio Spurs lose a heart breaker to Golden State

The Spurs traveled to Oakland Thursday night to take on the defending champion Golden State Warriors.  It didn't take long for the drama to start in this game as Golden State Warriors superstar, Stephen Curry, went down with an ankle injury in the first two minutes of the game. He was ruled out and did not return to the game. Both...
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