If New Orleans Plays Cards Right, Zion Could Be Pelicans’ Best Trade Candidate Ever

by Alex Poletti

With all the buzz around the NBA draft, one thing remains certain: the Pelicans have the first overall pick. And with that pick, they will draft a generational talent in Zion Williamson.

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Knicks, Fans Outraged Their Horrendous Tank Wasn’t Rewarded with Top Pick in Draft Lottery

by Alex Poletti

As the third pick was announced via the NBA Draft Lottery on Tuesday, bars around the Tri-state Area collectively moaned, knowing they missed out on Zion Williamson despite being the worst team in the NBA by a country mile.

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With Bartolo Colon Still Unsigned, MLB Considers Calling It Quits

by Alex Poletti

Though the 2019 season has been filled with excitement, from hot starts from Cody Bellinger and Christian Yelich to surprise first place teams like the Rays and Twins, one thing remains missing from Major League Baseball this year: Big Sexy.

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Scouting Report: Jarrett Culver Has Russell Westbrook-Level Talent, But Only in Playoffs

by Alex Poletti

With the NBA draft just over one month away, The Second String brings a series where our team of analysts dissects every aspect of a prospect’s game to see if they are really worth a top ten lottery pick. Here’s our pick for number five:

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Stoner Disappointed By What ‘Blazers-Nugs’ Series Turned Out to Be

by Alex Poletti

When Denver resident and weed enthusiast Tommy McMahon was asked by a friend if he wanted to see the Blazers and the Nugs play, he had something different in mind. Despite the series featuring one of the best overtime games in recent memory and going to a winner-take-all game seven, McMahon couldn’t help but be disappointed.

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Protests Outside Staples Center Leads Lakers to Move Back to Minnesota

by Alex Poletti

Amid angry protesters outside of Staples Center in Los Angeles calling for ownership to fire the coaches and sell the team, the LA Lakers have made the decision to move back to the North to once again become the Minneapolis Lakers

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Blues Series Win Reminds St. Louis Citizens They Have More Than One Pro Sports Team

by Alex Poletti

After a thrilling game seven win against the Dallas Stars in Round Two of the NHL playoffs, citizens of St. Louis are discovering they have more than one professional sports franchise in operation.

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