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Who should be the NBA’s next MVP?

Rachelle Lamb, TSV Sports Editor

April 19, 2018

Now that the NBA’s 2017- 2018 regular season is now in the books, there were a handful of players that stood out and could rightly be the new MVP. This distinguished award is given to a player whose statistical and physical presence made the biggest impact on the court. This is a pretty tight race because there are several...

NBA Playoffs preview

Rachelle Lamb, TSV Sports Editor

April 14, 2018

The most anticipated event in professional sports is now upon us: the NBA playoffs. The eight top teams from each Western and Eastern conference will play each other in a series of seven games. In this first round of the playoffs the higher seeded teams will play host to the lower seeded team. I would like to predict who...

NBA All-Star game brings the fire ratings

Rachelle Lamb, TSV Sports Editor

February 22, 2018

This past weekend, Sunday Feb. 18, 2018 the National Basketball League (NBA) had their 67th All-Star game, producing great ratings. According to an article wriitten by David Cohen from Adweek titled “Nielsen Social Content Ratings, Week of Feb. 12: NBA All-Star Game, Olympics Reign", “The 2018 National Basketball Association All...

Is Derrick Rose’s career coming to an end?

Miguel Madrigal, TSV Sports Editor

December 1, 2017

Derrick Rose has yet to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers after suffering another injury; Rose is now contemplating retiring early. As a basketball fan, it hurts me to believe that Rose is thinking about retirement. Although it would be devastating to see Rose leave the league at a low point, I would not blame him considering...

Are the Champs going back to back?

Rachelle Lamb, TSV Staff Writer

October 27, 2017

As basketball season tips off another chance for teams to prove themselves, the previous NBA (National Basketball Association) Champion the Golden State Warriors are entering this season to defend their title. However, besides being the defending champions pressure is mounting on them into being one of the best NBA teams...

NBA avoiding fixing the all star game?

Miguel Madrigal, TSV Sports Editor

October 10, 2017

In hopes to better All Star weekend, the NBA just announced that the 2018 All-Star game will no longer be the the best players in Eastern Conference against the best players in the Western Conference. The new rule is a step forward in improving All-Star weekend. This year's All-Star exhibition game will have all of the best...

The Eastern Conference has Lebron on cruise control

Miguel Madrigal, TSV Sports Editor

September 29, 2017

Lebron James will yet again coast through the Eastern Conference to his 8th straight finals appearance. The Eastern Conference has become weaker after this off season. With big names leaving like Carmelo Anthony, Paul Millsap and Paul George, the East is anemic. As the competition for the Golden State Warriors has increased,...

Making the case for Lonzo Ball

Making the case for Lonzo Ball

Miguel Madrigal, TSV Staff Writer

April 13, 2017

This year's NBA draft is filled with talent, but without a question, the number one pick should be Lonzo...

Marquee players sitting out games and still get paid

Marquee players sitting out games and still get paid

March 22, 2017

The players’ and the NBA’s argument about rest is a legitimate issue, and the media has every right...

Are the New Orleans Pelicans threatening the Warriors’ dynasty?

Are the New Orleans Pelicans threatening the Warriors’ dynasty?

March 1, 2017

The Golden State Warriors are dominating the NBA, but with the acquisition of DeMarcus Cousins, the New...

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