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Courtesy of NBA 4 Life Kawhi Leonard Quit on his Team. Today, no one seem to care - (article written by Ben Feinberg) Kawhi Leonard is many things. A superstar for the Toronto Raptors, who dragged them to the NBA Finals. An interesting personality that the media, and I, never quite seem to grasp. Arguably the only player who can prevent another year of basketball fans rolling their eyes while Kevin Durant acts like he deserves credit for the Warriors championship. However, Leonard's superb basketball abilities do not excuse him becoming every sport parent's worst nightmare - a quitter. To those who have forgotten, Kawhi ...

The Cleveland Cavalier have been playing sluggish and dropped their third straight loss in a tough schedule. Is it time to panic?  Iggy Gonzales - The Cavaliers will make a finals appearance, that's 90 percent sure. Admit it or not, no other team in the East can beat the Cavs in a 7-game series come playoff time. Personally, I think one reason the Cavs aren't performing like they were when they came back from a 3-1 Finals deficit is that they take it slow during the regular season. Sure, Golden State had the best record in history last year, but we all know what happened next. Now, assuming that the Cavs make it back to the Finals...

The race for the playoffs is too close for comfort in the west with the Mavericks, Rockets, and Jazz in a close race for the No.7 and No.8 spots. Only two teams can make it. Which will it be? Kyle Curry - It is a little difficult to go against the Rockets. They have had a rough season and are doing far worse than anyone predicted. Dwight Howard and James Harden both tried to get the other to be traded which caused some turmoil and issues inside the locker room. They both struggled from the start of the season but they are starting to hit their stride in the last half of the season. They have two games that I think they are for sure...

Kyle Curry - The 2016 NBA MVP is going to be Steph Curry for the second year in a row. There is no co-MVP, there is no other player that is going to "make things interesting", there should be no point in seeing who would come in second or third place for the MVP. Steph already has the three best seasons when it comes to three-pointers made and he broke his record from last year with still another third of the season to go. Every night he puts on a show for the crowd and the rest of the NBA. Whether he is scoring from 30+ feet out, or driving the basketball to the rim, or dishing out assists like it is nothing, he is the 2016 NBA...

The Spurs are quietly on the heels of the Golden State Warriors in the win column, and they have only 9 losses this season. How talented is this team? Is a 70 win season on their plate? Team S.U. debates. Kyle Curry - For the Spurs, I do not believe that 70 wins are in their sights for this season. Had they not lost their first three games of the year against the Kings, Heat and Hawks, I think they could have been eyeing a record season in the win column. They definitely have the roster to do so eventually. As long as Parker and Duncan stay with the team, it seems like they have no indication of slowing down or losing their edge. But...

The Golden State Warriors are poised to repeat as NBA Champs,  and the sports nation is buzzing with conversations regarding their run at breaking the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls 72-10 regular season record. Is there any team that can slow down the Warriors? Will LeBron and the Cavs fall short or will the another team emerge from the Eastern Conference? Which player will hoist the 2016 NBA Finals MVP trophy? So many questions, but only a short list of teams capable of deciding the outcome. Have no fear, because here at Sports Unbiased, our writing crew is here to narrow the options. The NBA team here at Sports Unbiased is once again up to...

The Toronto Raptors are among a very short list of elite teams in the east, and are garnering heavy consideration as one of the teams projected to advanced to the Eastern Conference finals. They have a deep roster headlined by Kyle Lowry, DeMar DeRozan, Jonas Valanciunas, and DeMarre Carroll, however, there are several teams that plan to spoil their hopes of postseason success.  Which teams, if any, can out-claw the Toronto Raptors? Are the Raptors Eastern Conference Finals Bound? Who can stop them? Kyle Curry - I think the two teams that stand in the way of the Toronto Raptors are the Cavaliers and the Hawks. The Cavs are the...

Kyle Curry - The Bucks are going to miss the playoffs this year. Injuries are always devastating to a team and that's especially true for them. They are already in a tough division now that Chicago seems to be back to its ways with a healthy Derrick Rose and Jimmy Butler playing very consistently. The division is something they won't be able to win unless the Bucks become healthy. They'll be watching the playoffs from their own homes this year and for one big reason -- the Bucks cannot win on the road. Charlotte is 4-6 and Orlando is 6-7 on the road respectively. The Bucks have won only two out of 14 games on the road this season. If...

Kyle Curry - Rajon Rondo - Kings can't afford to get rid of Rondo, they have talent elsewhere on the court but are lacking depth at the PG position. Kings need to keep him but also make sure that he doesn't keep having outbursts like the most recent with a homosexual slur. If I'm the GM I'm keeping Rondo. Jr. Williams - Rondo has actually been one of the bright spots for the Kings, unfortunately, his horrible attitude continues to preclude his overall great talent as a point guard and facilitator. I'm not sure how much interest he has around the league, but I don't think he will last in Sacramento or on any team with a passive coach...
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