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All quotes are from The 450 Times podcast covering Rudy Gobert from Huu Tran of the Hitting the High Notes Utah Jazz podcast (@JazzHighNotes). Rudy Gobert is one of...
David Stewart doesn't need to imagine a life like that; he's living it. Holding it down both academically and athletically, David has those running division one college programs salivating over a multi-faceted scorer with a thirst for knowledge both on and off the court.
My role was to guard the other team's best player, and I had stuck with that, and as I got more comfortable with that role, I continued to get better. Leading to getting voted as the Horizon defensive player of the year during my final year.
Every Sunday from here on out, collaboration articles will be posted with answers from some or all of The 450 Times writers. This week will focus on the NBA's most improved player and it's a straightforward question,...
The Houston Rockets, with James Harden and Chris Paul, were one win away from taking down the Golden State Warriors during their prime, but Chris Paul injured his hamstring in a well-known pivotal Game 6. Following another...
There are three players that are likely to have their names floated around in rumors and potentially even end up traded away this upcoming offseason. Rumblings of unhappiness have already surfaced from two of the names that...
Damian Lillard has become one of the premier point guards in the NBA, blending tantalizing handles with cold-blooded scoring to inflict damage onto his opponents on a nightly basis. In what has been a golden generation of point guards, Lillard continues to stand toe-to-toe with his contemporaries and never looks out of place.
Jimmy Butler has transformed into a pass-first player this season, leading Miami's roster with 6.1 assists per night.
I wrote recently on the tiers of names that are apart of the 2020 free-agent class and every team with the space is sure to offer a max to Brandon Ingram, but this will focus more on the smaller name players that this handful of teams could find themselves competing for.
Should he continue to follow his current developmental trajectory, Doncic will find himself a valid MVP candidate before too long. Furthermore, he may be the next import to bring a title to Dallas alongside Porzingis, but only time will tell. For right now, all that is known is Doncic came into the league billed as a superstar in the making, right now he stands on the precipice of that billing waiting to take the final step.