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THE LOW OF THE LOW......LAKERS DEFEATED BY STRUGGLING GRIZZLIES

The Los Angeles Lakers continue to dig themselves into a hole which will become more difficult to climb out of as the NBA season shifts into its final quarter of games. Last night, once again the Lakers fell to a team under .500 on the road as the Memphis Grizzlies defeated them 110-105.  The Lakers are now two games under .500, in danger of missing the postseason after a much heralded summer of expectations led by LeBron James’ arrival.

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MANNY MACHADO IS SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED TO THE PADRES

No one can deny Machado’s talent and ability, but I question San Diego’s timing in making this move. The club has had eight consecutive losing seasons and have not made the postseason since 2006. Through great scouting, they have amassed a wealth of minor league talent through the draft, trades and international signings. Entering last season, the Padres were ranked the #1 farm system in baseball highlighted by such names as Fernando Tatis Jr., MacKenzie Gore and Luis Urias.

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BROOKLYN NETS CONTINUE THEIR RENAISSANCE AS A FRANCHISE

The 2018-19 renaissance of the Brooklyn Net franchise continued it’s momentum last night in Charlotte as the Nets outlasted the Hornets 117-115. This was a key matchup as entering the game, the Hornets were only 1 game back of the Nets for the 6th seed in the Eastern Conference playoff hierarchy.

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LEBRON "ACTIVATES" PLAYOFF LEVEL INTENSITY IN 19-PT COMEBACK WIN OVER ROCKETS

LeBron James made waves earlier this week when he stated his playoff level intensity had been “activated”. James’ headline grabbing statement was in response to questions on the Lakers’ ability to earn a postseason berth while being 3 games behind the Clippers for the final playoff spot.

The Lakers limped into the All-Star break with a loss to the Hawks who are mired at the bottom of the Eastern Conference standings. This ramped up the scrutiny level as the Lakers opened their first game after the All-Star break in LA against reigning MVP and candidate to repeat, James Harden and the Rockets.

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THE DENVER BRONCOS CATCH FLACK FOR FLACCO

A serious issue has plagued the Denver Broncos since their Super Bowl victory three seasons ago. That issue has been placing a quality QB under center. Since 2015, the Mile High residents have placed the likes of Trevor Siemian, Paxton Lynch, a revisit of Brock Osweiler and most recently last season, free agent signing Case Keenum. The results have been mediocre at best but for the most part, the Broncos have received subpar play at the QB position.

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LEBRON'S STORYBOOK ARRIVAL IN LA TURNING INTO A NIGHTMARE?!?

IT is officially time to panic for L.A. Laker fans (if they haven't already 😨) The struggles continue for the Los Angeles Lakers in Lebron’s first season. They dropped a contest to the lowly Hawks (19-38) in Atlanta Monday night 117-113. Trae Young and John Collins led the way for the Hawks with 22 points apiece. Despite LeBron James recording a triple double (28 points, 11 rebounds, 16 assists), the Lakers still could not pull out the win.

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NEW-LOOK SIXERS, SAME OLD RESULTS VS. CELTICS

The Boston Celtics continued their dominance over the 76’ers last night with a 112-109 victory in Philadelphia. As Joel Embiid said at the beginning of the season about the perceived Celtic/Sixer rivalry, “This is not a rivalry. I don’t know our record against them, but it’s pretty bad. They always kick our ass.”

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