Bridges likely to never play again, and rightfully so

7/15/22

By: OutOfSightSports

Bridges likely to never play again, and rightfully so

Jeff Taylor pictured above

Jeffrey Taylor received a 24-game suspension for domestic violence in 2014, which is the longest in NBA history to this day.

He earned it by doing the following:

“According to the NBA press release, Taylor and the woman got into an argument after a night of heavy drinking, which prompted other hotel guests to summon security.

Then it escalated, so Taylor pushed her into the corridor. She then fell to the ground and hit her head on a different door, causing her to become unconscious.

Taylor also slapped her arm and punched a hole in the wall near his hotel room, according to the press statement he sent.

As reported by the police, the woman received scratches and a bump on her head, but did not seek medical attention.

Miles is in a similar boat, but much worst. This isn’t tied to binge drinking. Also this was his wife, not his girlfriend,

Among other things, he is accused of breaking her nose, wrist, and choking her. (which is a felony itself).

Not to mention, it’s 2022. His case involves his wife posting the photos on social media for the entire world to see.

A disturbing video of his son’s facetime discussion is at the heart of this case as well, and it’s a tough watch to say the least.

The situation for Miles Bridges is far more serious.

Cancel culture wasn’t nearly as prevalent in 2014 as well.

Certainly Miles Bridges will miss the entire 2022-2023 NBA season, and he probably will be in prison instead of the NBA for a pretty long time.

Trade talk over NBA star only lasted 20 minutes

By: OutOfSightSports

7/10/22

Trade talk over NBA star only lasted 20 minutes

Trade negotiations between the Atlanta Hawks and Utah Jazz for Rudy Gobert lasted around twenty minutes. Originally, there were rumors the Atlanta Hawks would be acquiring Gobert in a package built around Clint Capela. When push came to shove, the Hawks were not about to throw all Minnesota did to Utah in exchange. The Hawks, still hopeful to acquire disgruntled superstar, Kevin Durant, never really entertained the idea of a trade for Gobert. Capela remains a Hawk despite Minnesota’s rumored interest in him.

The Utah Jazz traded three-time defensive player and all-star, Rudy Gobert, to the Minnesota Timberwolves in twenty minutes proving to be one of the fastest NBA trade negotiations of all time. Three unprotected first-round picks, a pick swap, 2022 22nd-overall pick Walker Kessler along with four other players is what it took to cement the trade to Minnesota for Gobert.

KAT & his new teammate. Via: ClutchPoints

Talks between Atlanta and Minnesota proved to be a rumor that didn’t make sense to onlookers. During his podcast titled “Please Don’t Aggregate This,” Andy Larson of the Salt Lake Tribune said, “From what I hear, the Atlanta conversations about Rudy Gobert took about 20 minutes is all.” Bleacher Report’s host, Jake Fischer, agreed with Larson saying he “never thought those were going very far.”

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Free MLB Pick 7/7/22: Cardinals @ Braves

By: OOSSportsbook

7/7/22

Free MLB Pick 7/7/22: Cardinals @ Braves

The St. Louis Cardinals & Atlanta Braves will square off once again at Truist Park on Thursday evening.

The Braves have won the first three games of this series too, and hoist a 49-34 overall record and are closing down on the New York Mets in the National League East, a theme we have seen quite often throughout the years.

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Meanwhile, St Louis has a 44-40 overall record and a good roster, but they have dropped their last four consecutive games.

The Cardinals have scored just four runs in their last four games, and two of those games were shutouts.

The Cardinals’ batting average is 4.66, which ranks them 8th in the MLB, while the Braves currently have the 4th best run average in baseball this year, averaging a very respectable 4.77 runs per game.

To date, Atlanta’s pitching staff has been the most impressive aspect of this series thus far and is one of the main reasons this team looked lifeless, and now they look like the champs again.

When it comes to scoring runs, the Braves are 11th in the league at 4.06 runs per contest.

Matthew Liberatore, the Cardinals’ starting pitcher tonight, has a 2-1 record and a 5.56 ERA.

He lasted just 2.2 innings in his last start against the Phillies, allowing seven hits and five runs. For the most part, Liberatore has been subpar this season for the Cards rotation to this point.

Strider, the Braves’ starting pitcher, with a 4-2 record and a 2.87 ERA. He lasted six innings against the Reds, allowing only one hit and one run.

The Cardinals have lost all six of their previous Thursday games (0-6).

When facing the teams from Central Division, the Atlanta Braves have also gone an almost perfect 5-1 against them.

Also, ATL has gone 4-0 in their previous four games against the spread.

Yesterday’s highlights from the Braves shutout W

In this series, the Cardinals have struggled to score, and that will be a problem in this game as well.

Despite having a 2.87 ERA, Strider’s latest outing saw him allow just one hit and one run. 

The Pick: BRAVES -1.5

Strider is going to make it difficult for the Cards to plate runs. Ultimately, I strongly believe that the Braves will be too much for the Cardinals once again today.

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The Donovan Mitchell Situation: What we know as of now

By: OutOfSightSports

7/1/22

7:45 PM

The Donovan Mitchell Situation: What we know as of now

Mitchell, 25, has been a star since being drafted 13th overall in 2017. Mitchell has averaged 23.9 points, 4.5 assists, 4.2 rebounds, and 1.3 steals throughout his five seasons with the Jazz.

These numbers explain why Mitchell is a prized asset. Past speculation about his future has also generated more interest into the topic. Here is a timeline of what has transpired, who is claiming what, and everything we know up to this point about the situation:

A huge Woj bomb, this helped fuel the speculation even more after the Gobert trade. Will the Jazz rebuild?
Almost all league executives seem to think Spida is on this way out.

Hoop Central is a very solid source, who is virtually never wrong. A must follow on twitter for basketball junkies.
I’m sure letting go of two of his closer friends wasn’t the best of ideas if they want to bring him back.
NBA Beat writer Andy Blarsen believes he may or may not be traded.
Valid point from a valid source.
Nobody really knows for sure.

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“NBA Trade Bombshell: KD Tells Nets Owner he wants out”

6/30/2022

By: OOSSports

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“NBA Trade Bombshell: KD Tells Nets Owner he wants out”

Kyrie Irving is now in, while Kevin Durant wants to leave. What an insane, disappointing year it has been for the Nets and their fans.

According to various sources around the league, KD requested to be traded by the Nets early Thursday. Durant apparently went straight to Nets owner Joe Tsai to break the news, ahead of the start of free agency. ESPN has also reported Nets GM Sean Marks is working with Durant and his agent Rich Kleiman to potentially find a trade destination for the former MVP. According to Yahoo Sports, Durant, who is now 33 would love to be moved to Phoenix, and Miami is also in the talks.

Durant signed a four-year, $194 million contract agreement with the Nets during the offseason prior to the 2022-23 season.

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2022 Post-NBA Draft Results (Printable)

2022 Post-NBA Draft Results (Printable)

6/24/22

By: @OOSSports

1st Round:

1. Magic– Paolo Banchero (Duke)

2. Thunder– Chet Holmgren (Gonzaga)

3. Rockets – Jabari Smith (Auburn)

4. Kings– Keegan Murray (Iowa)

5. Pistons– Jaden Ivey (Purdue)

6. Pacers– Bennedict Mathurin (Arizona)

7. Blazers- Shaedon Sharpe (Kentucky)

8. Pelicans- Dyson Daniels (G League Ignite)

9. Spurs– Jeremy Sochan (Baylor)

10. Wizards– Johnny Davis (Wisconsin)

11. Knicks- Ousmane Dieng (New Zealand Breakers) — Traded to OKC

12. Thunder- Jalen Williams (Santa Clara)

13. Hornets– Jalen Duren (Memphis) — traded to DET in 3-team deal

14. Cavaliers– Ochai Agbaji (Kansas)

15. Hornets– Mark Williams (Duke)

16. Hawks– A.J. Griffin (Duke)

17. Rockets– Tari Eason (LSU)

18. Bulls– Dalen Terry (Arizona)

19. Timberwolves– Jake LaRavia (Wake Forest) — traded to MEM

20. Spurs– Malaki Branham (Ohio State)

21. Nuggets– Christian Braun (Kansas)

22. Grizzlies– Walker Kessler (Auburn) — traded to MIN

23. Sixers– David Roddy (Colorado State) — Traded to MEM

24. Bucks– MarJon Beauchamp (G League Ignite)

25. Spurs– Blake Wesley (Notre Dame)

26. Mavericks– Wendell Moore Jr. (Duke) — traded to MIN

27. Heat– Nikola Jovic (Mega Mozzart)

28. Warriors– Patrick Baldwin Jr. (Milwaukee)

29. Grizzlies– TyTy Washington Jr. (Kentucky) — traded to MIN

30. Thunder– Peyton Watson (UCLA) — traded to DEN


2nd Round:

31. Pacers– Andrew Nembhard (Gonzaga)

32. Magic– Caleb Houstan (Michigan)

33. Raptors– Christian Koloko (Arizona)

34. Thunder– Jaylin Williams (Arkansas)

35. Lakers– Max Christie (Michigan State)

36. Blazers-Gabriele Procida (Fortitudo Bologna) — raded to DET

37. Kings-Jaden Hardy (G League Ignite) — Traded to DAL

38. Spurs– Kennedy Chandler (Tennessee) — Traded to MEM

39. Cavaliers– Khalifa Diop (Gran Canaria)

40. Timberwolves– Bryce McGowens (Nebraska) — Traded to CHA

41. Pelicans– EJ Liddell (Ohio State)

42. Knicks -Trevor Keels (Duke)

43. Clippers– Moussa Diabate (Michigan)

44. Hawks– Ryan Rollins (Toldeo) — traded to GSW

45. Hornets– Josh Minott (Memphis)

46. Pistons– Ismael Kamagate (Paris Basketball) — traded to DEN

47. Grizzlies-Vince Williams Jr. (VCU)

48. Timberwolves- Kendall Brown (Baylor) — Reportedly traded to IND

49. Cavaliers– Isaiah Mobley (USC)

50. Timberwolves– Matteo Spagnolo (Vanoli Cremona)

51. Warriors– Tyrese Martin (UConn) — traded to ATL

52. Pelicans – Karlo Matković (Mega Mozzart)

53. Celtics– JD Davison (Alabama)

Milwaukee (forfeited)

Miami (forfeited)

54. Wizards draft Yannick Nzosa (Unicaja Malaga)

55. Warriors draft Gui Santos (Minas) — traded to MIL

56. Cavaliers draft Luke Travers (Perth)

57. Blazers draft Jabari Walker (Colorado)

58. Pacers draft Hugo Besson (New Zealand Breakers) — traded to MIL