The Raptors found their groove this week, accomplishing a clean 3-0 sweep and ousting the Magic from the 2019 NBA Playoffs. Now here come the 76ers. But first, it’s time to take the Temperature.
by: Giovanni Spillman — Fansided: Swarm and Sting 1h
The Charlotte Hornets might not have had the season that they wished to have, but one person definitely had a season to remember. In this article, we will ...
by: Dave Zarum — Sportsnet 2h
After one round, Kawhi Leonard has already put himself at the top of the class when it comes to the Toronto Raptors' all-time playoff performers. Dave Zarum has more on Leonard's dominance so far in the 2019 post-season.
Sixers summon ‘dark' boxing analogies, make the highly unusual seem normal in blowout Game 5 win over Nets
by: Noah Levick — NBC Sports Philadelphia 2h
The Sixers delievered as strong a "knockout punch" as you can in the first quarter Tuesday night against the Nets. Though difficult to process as an observer, it didn't stun them. By Noah Levick
by: David Murphy — Philly.com 2h
One of the matchups should shine a bright light on the Sixers’ roster-building ability over the last few seasons.
by: Mike Cali — SB Nation: Orlando Pinstriped Post 3h
A round-up of Orlando Magic content from around the web
by: Michael Shapiro April 24, 2019 — Sports Illustrated 3h
Several teams experiencing success in the NBA playoffs are doing so with the help of major in-season additions. The Crossover takes a closer look at the Blazers, Rockets and more.
by: Michael Wallace — NBA 4h
MEMPHIS – Giving as much time as he could, Kyle Anderson did everything in his power to make sure no one in the group left disappointed. So he posed for more pictures. He embraced dozens of hugs. He
by: Roy Parry — Orlando Sentinel: Magic BasketBlog 5h
Orlando Magic coach Steve Clifford said balance helps make the Toronto Raptors a potent playoff team.
by: Associated Press — Star Tribune 5h
The Toronto Raptors have reason to believe this is the year their playoff run doesn't end in failure and frustration.
by: Morten Jensen — Forbes 8h
In 2016, several NBA teams made poor long-term investments in players that are now hurting their salary cap situation. A lot of teams will have money to spend this summer, but the amount of talent does not equal the amount of available talent,...