Tag Archives: LeBron James

The Scorecrow Playoffs Roundtable

Zach Gotlieb, Troy Pierce, Mike Fanelli, Josh Elias, Levon Satamian,Pranav Ramasubramanian| April 13th, 2019

The regular season has ended, and the playoffs are finally among us, and there was a ton of drama up until the last game. There was lots of competition to get both into the playoffs and get seeding which made the season end incredibly fun to watch. There’s a lot to unpack about a couple of things that transpired during the season and the upcoming playoffs. To guide you in what to expect in the playoffs, a few of our wordsmiths have come together to talk about it. Without further ado, let’s get into it.

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Brandon Ingram shining in the midst of Lakers turmoil

Brendan Abban | February 24th, 2019

The Los Angeles Lakers are going through a tough time period currently. They have lost three of their last five games to teams below .500. Their opponents are averaging 118 points in those losses which would rank second to last in defensive rankings. Despite the Lakers troubles, Brandon Ingram has been a key bright spot during this stretch.

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NBA Power Rankings- The Look Outside of the Playoff Picture

Pranav Ramasubramanian | February 21st, 2019

Team Giannis led by as many as 19, but Damian Lillard and Kawhi Leonard brought Team LeBron back before Kevin Durant closed out the game with some crucial threes to give Team LeBron the win for the second straight year. The All-Star break is fun and meant for rest before the big stretch runs for the playoffs. Here’s where all the teams outside of the playoff picture rank so far this season.

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The Los Angeles Lakers Biggest Challenge to Title Contention

Brendan Abban | February 19th, 2019

It is no secret to anyone at this point that the Los Angeles Lakers were not able to trade for New Orleans Pelicans star forward Anthony Davis. A multitude of reasons played a role in this outcome but one stands out from the rest. It was the Lakers who, besides the Golden State Warriors, are the NBA’ public enemy number one.

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