Author: Angelo Guinhawa

Angelo Guinhawa is a veteran sports writer and editor who has been working in the industry for over 10 years now. He has worked for FOX Sports PH and several other reputable sports publications. His specialty is the NBA and the NFL, though he also covers the MLB, NHL and European top-flight football.

Even with rookie forward Angel Reese making history during her first year in the league, the Chicago Sky are still having trouble competing this season. As it stands, the team still has a chance to improve and one-time WNBA champion Dana Evans is their best bet to get more talent into the roster. Evans was drafted 13th overall by the Dallas Wings in the 2021 WNBA draft. After being drafted, she was traded to the Chicago Sky, where she has played since 2021. At the collegiate level, Evans had an illustrious career at the University of Louisville. She was named…

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After showcasing his talents at several Summer League games, fans and critics alike are scrutinizing the Los Angeles Lakers’ decision to draft Bronny James. For one anonymous NBA executive, though, there is no team he fits better than the Purple and Gold. James, the 55th pick in the 2024 Draft, made his highly anticipated NBA 2K25 Summer League debut in Las Vegas. He finished the game with eight points as Los Angeles suffered a 99-80 loss to the Houston Rockets. While the shooting percentages were not ideal, James’ willingness to take more shots compared to his previous two summer league…

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The Los Angeles Lakers’ decision to select Bronny James in the 2024 Draft has come with varied reactions from fans and critics alike. For one unnamed NBA executive, though, that decision was a valid one and it serves the franchise best in the long run. Just recently, the Lakers have agreed to sign LeBron James’ son, to a four-year, $7.9 million contract. Bronny was selected by the Purple and Gold in the second round of the 2023 NBA Draft. The deal is a significant commitment for a second-round pick, highlighting the Lakers’ belief in Bronny’s potential. At just 19 years…

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With All-Star Guard DeMar DeRozan sent to the Sacramento Kings recently, the Chicago Bulls are now entering a rebuild. As this is happening, the team’s young forward, Patrick Williams, has come forth with a critical update to his injury status. After a successful college career at Florida State, where he was named ACC Sixth Man of the Year and to the ACC All-Freshman team, Williams declared for the 2020 NBA Draft. He was selected fourth overall by the Chicago Bulls, signing his rookie scale contract with the team in November of 2020. Williams made his NBA debut a month later…

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After months of playing her first season in the WNBA, Indiana Fever star Caitlin Clark is slowly taking over the league. But in all of her fame, the former Iowa Hawkeyes point guard has always made it a point to give importance to her relationship to Connor McCafferey, as seen in a sweet message she posted recently. Clark has been dating McCaffery, a former University of Iowa athlete since April of last year and made their relationship public four months later when Clark posted a photo of them on Instagram. Connor, who is Caitlin’s biggest fan, graduated from the University…

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The Phoenix Suns head into the 2024-25 season with the most expensive lineup in the entire league, especially if they retain both two-time champion Kevin Durant and All-Star guard Devin Booker. Their last spot on the roster, however, has been handed to Josh Okogie is a move that has everyone intrigued. Okogie played college basketball at Georgia Tech from 2016 to 2018, where he emerged as a standout player. As a freshman, he averaged 16.1 points and 5.4 rebounds per game and was named to the ACC All-Freshman Team. As a sophomore, he led Georgia Tech in scoring with 18.2…

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One of the biggest moves made this offseason was the Chicago Bulls trading DeMar DeRozan to the Sacramento Kings. This prompted Patrick Williams, a forward who was recently bestowed with a $90 million extension by the Bulls’ front office, to reveal how he truly felt about the trade. The Kings recently acquired DeRozan in a three-team sign-and-trade deal. Sacramento signed the All-Star to a three-year, $74 million contract, adding him to a core that includes De’Aaron Fox, Domantas Sabonis, and Keegan Murray. In the deal, the San Antonio Spurs will receive Harrison Barnes from the Kings, while the Chicago Bulls…

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All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving has been called a lot of things during his stint in the NBA, both good and bad. For former Utah Jazz star Deron Williams, though, the Dallas Mavericks guard is a wizard with the basketball. After a standout high school career, Irving played one season of college basketball at Duke University. He was then selected 1st overall in the 2011 NBA Draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers, and was named the NBA Rookie of the Year following his debut season. Over the course of his professional career, Irving has been selected to 8 NBA All-Star teams,…

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Without a doubt, Minnesota Timberwolves’ Anthony Edwards has a personality that stands out from the crowd. According to Team USA assistant coach Erik Spoelstra, though, there’s something notable about the young All-Star as he plays alongside established legends in Los Angeles Lakers’ LeBron James and Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry. Team USA secured an 86-72 victory over Canada in their latest exhibition game ahead of the FIBA World Cup. The American squad was led by standout performances from Edwards and Los Angeles Lakers’ Anthony Davis. Edwards, the Timberwolves’ rising star, showcased his scoring prowess, pouring in a game-high 34 points.…

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Even though he proclaimed himself as the squad’s number one option, Minnesota Timberwolves star Anthony Edwards can still honor those he’s playing with. The most recent example was when he gave LeBron James and Stephen Curry their flowers now that he’s playing with them as part of Team USA. Team USA cruised to an 86-72 victory over Canada in a pre-Olympic exhibition game. Edwards led Team USA with 13 points, while Los Angeles Lakers’ Anthony Davis added a double-double. Despite some early struggles with turnovers, the Americans dominated the paint and on the glass. For Canada, R.J. Barrett scored 12…

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