Winners and Losers In A Newly-Balanced NBA

After the craziest offseason in league history, parity has been restored to the NBA. Check out who I think are some of the biggest winners and losers of the major shakeup of player movement

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Most Dysfunctional Franchises in Sports

Where there is a success there is often stability. This holds true whether it is in business, sports, relationships and really everything in between. On the contrary that would also establish the idea that instability, rash decision making and a lack of accountability could and would lead to dysfunction and less than ideal results. It…

NBA: 10 Biggest What-Ifs In NBA History

The NBA has seen some of the greatest what-ifs in all of sports. Here are 10 of the biggest ones in NBA history. What do you think? What big what-if do you think should’ve been on the list?

The Unfiltered Access Podcast Ep. 3

The Giannis vs. Harden debate, fixing the Lakers (32:15) and the fall of the AAF (ft. former AAF K Elliot Fry) Host Sam Berger of UnfilteredAccess.com is joined by Stevie Cozens to talk the NBA MVP race, creating a plan to fix the LA Lakers and NBA playoffs. Elliot Fry of the AAF and the…

NBA: What Now for the Lakers?

The Los Angeles Lakers face uncertainty this summer. After missing the Playoffs this season they have plenty of time to ponder their future on and off the court. There were lofty expectations on the Lakers after signing Lebron James last summer. Adding him to a core of Brandon Ingram, Lonzo Ball and Kyle Kuzma, a…

NBA: Comparing Disappointment​, Lakers Edition

Any way you cut it, this year’s Lakers team has been one of the most disappointing in Laker history. Whether it be one of the seven unsuccessful trips to the Finals between 1962 and 1970 or the more recent struggles in ’04 and ’13 the Lakers have had their share of struggles. Today, we compare…

NBA: Who Won the D’Angelo Russell Trade?

When news broke that Brooklyn Nets point guard D’Angelo Russell was going to make the 2019 All-Star team as a reserve, teammates, as well as other players around the league, were excited for the 23-year-old Louisville native. D-Lo was having a career year in just his second season with the Nets averaging over 20 points…