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According to Jonathan Givony, the Sacramento Kings are very low on Luka Doncic. He revealed this information on Zach Lowe’s podcast, The Lowe Post, earlier today. Givony and Lowe said the clearest part of the draft is that the Kings are way down on Luka — Hesi Pull-Up Jimbo (@_JimmyMcCormick) June 18, 2018 If true, this would be huge news for Atlanta, because that would mean he would be there for the taking at 3rd overall. Luka is perhaps the most special European prospect of all-time. He just won a championship and MVP honors in the second best professional...Continue reading »

Zach Lowe of ESPN is perhaps the greatest basketball journalists on earth right now. He has his own podcast, The Lowe Post. Earlier today, a pod featuring he and Jonathan Givony dropped, and some juicy Hawks rumors came of it. Let’s get straight to the big picture: Givony says that if Trae Young starts to fall, teams think Atlanta will move up to get him. — Adam (@SixersAdam) June 18, 2018 Wow. If the Hawks could pull off taking a top 3 talent AND Trae Young, that could really be something. It is interesting to hear that they are interested in Young,...Continue reading »

Hawks trade Kent Bazemore, DeAndre Bembry, the 19th pick and 30th pick to the Memphis Grizzlies for Chandler Parsons and the 4th overall pick  There is no disguising just how egregious Chandler Parsons contract has become in today’s NBA. A benefactor of the cap spike prior to the 2016 season, Parsons inked a gargantuan 4-year deal worth almost $95 million. With the cap failing to continue to rise like many teams expected, and Parsons play declining, it has since become one of the worst deals in the NBA. With that being said, it comes as know surprise that the...Continue reading »

Marvin Bagley III, C, Duke It seems as the draft continues to approach, the possibility of Marvin Bagley III going among the top two picks rises. I am still of the notion that Ayton and Doncic will end up going #1 and #2 respectively. If the Kings are not interested in Doncic, it would not surprise me if another team trades up to the second spot to select him. That would leave Bagley available for the Hawks at #3, and if that happens, Bagley III will be in a Hawks uniform next season. Bagley is one of the elite prospects in the draft with the potential to turn into one...Continue reading »

It looked like Mike Foltynewicz was well on his way to another stellar outing Tuesday night. After throwing five scoreless innings of two hit ball with six strikeouts, Folty was mysteriously pulled after his at-bat in the bottom half of the inning. During the middle of the game, it was reported Foltynewicz was removed from the game due tightness in his triceps. Fortunately, it looks like the issue is nothing serious. Folty felt some triceps tightness as he completed his bullpen session this past weekend. He described tonight's discomfort level as 1 out of 10. Braves...Continue reading »

Craig Kimbrel will go down as one of the best closers in the history of baseball. Braves fans will always have a soft spot for Kimbrel. After all, he only came up as a 22-year old with the organization and posted a 0.44 ERA in 21 outings. In his five seasons with the Braves, Kimbrel posted and ERA over two just once (2.10 in 2013). Now, Braves fans have to hope he still has a soft spot for Atlanta this winter. The Braves freed up a ton of money this offseason, and now it seems like they do not even really need to use it. Sure, they could pay an ace starter, but they...Continue reading »

Phoenix Suns, DeAndre Ayton (C, Arizona) It has become somewhat of a foregone conclusion that Ayton will be the #1 in the draft, and it is hard to argue with anyone one why. He is one of the most unique physical specimens since Lebron James came out of high school in 2003 and already has the tools to stretch the floor as a center. Sacramento Kings, Luka Doncic (SG, Europe) There is all sort of talk about American frontcourt players going ahead of Doncic, but I just do not see him sliding past this pick. He is probably the most skilled player in the draft and has...Continue reading »

Week: 2-4 Overall: 37-28 (T-1st in NL East) Overall, it was a rough week for the Braves who took a trip out west for six games and only came out with two wins against two teams below .500. After leaping across the Nationals last weekend with a series win, the Bravos now find themselves tied atop the division with the defending NL East champs who finished the week 3-2. Padres-3 games (1-2) The Braves started out with three games at Petco Park and only managed to pick up one win with the front end of the rotation pitching. On Monday, Julio Teheran was pulled after four...Continue reading »

Ronald Acuna Jr Mike Soroka (Prev. Rank: 5) Austin Riley (Prev. Rank: 6) Kolby Allard Kyle Wright (Prev. Rank: 2) Luiz Gohara (Prev. Rank: 3) Ian Anderson Joey Wentz Drew Waters (Prev. Rank: 13) AJ Minter Carter Stewart (Draft) Christian Pache Bryse Wilson (Prev. Rank: 14) Alex Jackson (Prev. Rank: 9) Max Fried (Prev. Rank: 11) Kyle Muller (Prev. Rank:15) Brett Cumberland (Prev. Rank: 16) Touki Toussaint (Prev. Rank: 17) Freddy Tarnok (Prev. Rank: 18) William Contreras Travis Demeritte (Prev. Rank: 19) Greyson Jenista (Draft) Patrick Weigel (Prev. Rank: 21) Bruce Zimmermann...Continue reading »

Here is a fellow that made bank during Villanova’s most recent national championship run. While Divincenzo was never the focal point for the Wildcats, he sort of played the Andre Iguadola role that made last year’s Villanova team one of the most dominant in recent history. Coming off the bench, Divincenzo brought a little bit of everything, and most noticeably, energy. A high-energy player that brings it on both sides of the ball has become envied around the league, and it’s made Divincenzo, originally an afterthought as an NBA prospect, almost guaranteed...Continue reading »