A simple letter to Gordon Hayward

A simple letter written by a fan to Gordon Hayward.

Dear Gordan,

You don’t know me and I don’t know you, and that’s fine. I fully expect you not to read this article at all, but I need to get this off of my chest regardless.

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Tales from Free Agency: Blake Griffin

Where will he go?

The Los Angeles Clippers finished their season in the usual style, falling too early in the playoffs and injury ridden. After failing to reach the Western Conference Finals again, could Blake Griffin be ready to part ways with Lob City?

My take, on his potential destinations as a free agent:

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Tales from Free Agency: JJ Redick

Where will he go?

Next on our list of upcoming free agents, a sharpshooting bucket dropper, and 10-year veteran, JJ RedickWith Chris Paul and Blake Griffin also facing free agency, Redick is expected to test the market, searching for a contract near $20-million. 

With that in mind, who are some teams that may take interest? My take:

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Washington Wizards: What’s Next?

The Wizards fell short to the Boston Celtics in Game 7, and have been eliminated from the playoffs, once again. With aims to hold a top 3 point guard on roster, and make a deeper post-season run, what’s on the to do list for them this summer?

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Jesus, No Disciples.

A grudge is still held, between these NBA hall of famers.

The former 2008 NBA Champion team greats met up on TNT last night, but were missing a member of the party. Known as Jesus Shuttlesworth to many, Ray Allen did not take part in the former Celtics’ festivities.

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Conference Finals: Cavaliers Options

Who’s the favorable match up?

The Cleveland Cavaliers pulled off another series sweep, this time over the Toronto Raptors. Now, they will either face Boston or Washington in the Conference Finals. In hopes of transcending to the Finals once more, who’s the choice match up for LeBron and the Cavs?

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The Return of Rajon ?

The Chicago Bulls, who finished as the 8th seed in the Eastern Conference, have taken a 2-0 lead on the Boston Celtics (who finished at the 1 spot). A lot of the plays that lead them here, were sparked by a man known by many teams. Yes, Rajon Rondo is in playoff mode, and he’s giving his former team flashbacks.

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For Chyna

Boston Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas played a tribute in honor of his recently deceased sister.

Saturday afternoon, Chyna Thomas, sister to point guard of the Boston Celtics Isaiah Thomas, was killed in a car accident. At only 22 years young, it was a tragic loss for the star player and family. Set to play the first game in a playoff series the upcoming afternoon, it was unclear whether the point guard would participate.

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Tales from Free Agency: Gordon Hayward

Where will he go?

The Utah Jazz clinched their first playoff birth 2012, and fell short in Conference SemiFinals. Will Gordon Hayward depart Utah in his free agency? Continue reading “Tales from Free Agency: Gordon Hayward”