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Articles written by Sports Business Classroom Alumni

16
Mar
2018

Being The Underdog: A Look Into Being A Small School Who Made The NCAA Tournament

Somewhere deep in the southeast between New Orleans and Atlanta, Ron Hunter strolled into a Wendy’s with all the confidence in the world. Busing back to campus with the Georgia State basketball team right after Selection Sunday, the Panthers’ coach ordered them Baconators, crispy nuggets and Frostys. As they ate, he talked.  “Trust me, Cincinnati...
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29
Dec
2017

Anatomy of a rebuild

A look into rebuilding in the NBA from Charlie Goldsmith
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19
Dec
2017

NBA Split Screen – Recap of Monday’s Action

Charlie Goldsmith gives a brief breakdown of every game from Monday, December 18th.
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17
Dec
2017

The Five Worst Contracts in the NBA

As a follow up to our previous Worst Contracts Capology pod, Garrett Catalana breaks downs what the five worst contracts are right now and why. Enjoy!
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13
Dec
2017

San Antonio’s Little Brother

The Spurs miss Kawhi leonard, the MVP candidate with an ankle injury limiting his offensive firepower. Yes, San Antonio is 19-8, fifth in the league in net rating, and has the tenth best offensive rating in the NBA this season. Those Spurs are doing fine, and Leonard is set to return Tuesday night against Dallas....
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29
Nov
2017

The Future of the Los Angeles Clippers

Bench Mobber and Clipper Fanatic, Justin Clareman, touches on the current state of the Los Angeles Clippers and the personnel and management decisions they should make going forward.
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27
Nov
2017

The Kings Are Trying

The Kings have hope, but hope always comes with a catch. For Sacramento, that was a $40 million dollar price tag for three veterans to fill out one of the worst rosters in the NBA. But perception can change if you view the Kings’ additions as mentors instead of impactful vets.
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14
Nov
2017

Pay That Man: Renegotiating Robert Covington’s Value to the 76ers

Starting on Wednesday November 15th, Sixers forward Robert Covington will be eligible to sign the rarely-used renegotiation-and-extension (R&E).
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09
Nov
2017

Blake Griffin was, and still is, the Clippers Golden Child

When the Los Angeles Clippers drafted the Oklahoma native with the first overall pick in the 2009 NBA draft, the promise of a Clippers cultural revival centered around Griffin seemed highly likely. Despite hitting the Clipper welcoming “injury bug curse” before he actually played a game in the 2009-10 season, he came back looking like...
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24
Oct
2017

Season Awards Prediction

Bench Mobber Justin Clareman (@claremooose) brings you his picks for every NBA Award in this in depth breakdown.
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