Author: Angelo Guinhawa

Angelo Guinhawa has been working in the sports industry for over 10 years now. He hails from the Philippines with a degree in business and marketing from the University of Batangas (2014). 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. Angelo is an avid sports card collector as well, as he shows his passion for the game by scouring the world for the world's rarest grails.

NBA

After a forgettable performance in the loss to the Sacramento Kings that ended the Golden State Warriors’ playoff dreams, Klay Thompson’s future with the team is now a hot topic of discussion. For many NBA fans, they don’t see Thompson returning to the franchise next year, and for good reason. Is Klay Thompson’s Golden State Warriors Stint Over? When the Warriors needed him the most in order to keep their postseason hopes alive, Thompson instead played one if, if not his worst game of the year against the Kings on Sunday. In the 9th vs. 10th battle on Sunday that…

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After making a run to get a playoff spot in the regular season, the New Orleans Pelicans are now fighting to stay afloat, thanks to a Play-In Tournament 110-106 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. But for head coach Willie Green, there’s something wrong with how the game was officiated for them. With the regular season done, NOLA faced off against LeBron James and the Lakers in the first game of the Play-In Tournament. The NBA’s all-time leading scorer led the Purple and Gold with 23 points, nine rebounds, and nine assists. D’Angelo Russell made 21 points on 45 percent…

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It took a big game from most of the Los Angeles Lakers’ starters to take care of the New Orleans Pelicans in the Play-In Tournament. After the match, LeBron James acknowledged Zion Williamson and dropped the ultimate praise on him. In that game, the Purple and Gold went home with the 110-106 win over NOLA. Anthony Davis went off with 20 points, 15 rebounds, and three blocks. James had 23 points, nine rebounds, nine assists, three steals, and two blocks. Austin Reaves added 16 points while D’Angelo Russell had 21 for Los Angeles. The Pelicans, on the other hand, had…

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It was inevitable for Caitlin Clark to go pro after her incredible college basketball run. Surprisingly, her jersey sales have gone insane, even if the former Iowa Hawkeyes star hasn’t played a game wearing one. Clark first made her mark known when she played for the Hawkeyes in 2020. In the 19 NCAA Tournament games she played that season, the Iowa star averaged 27.7 points on 48 percent shooting from the field, 43 percent from beyond the arc, while making 5.7 rebounds and 6.6 assists per contest. A couple of seasons later, Clark established herself as the biggest name in…

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After making a name for themselves in college basketball, both Kamilla Cardoso and Angel Reese have gone pro when the Chicago Sky selected them in the WNBA Draft. Among those who have lauded the decision is no other than former Miami Heat star and the team’s co-owner Dwyane Wade. With the seventh pick in the Draft, the Sky selected LSU Tigers’ Angel Reese. The college standout played her first two seasons for Maryland but decided to enter the transfer portal, which took the forward to LSU. From there, Reese won her first title in 2023 after averaging 23.1 points, 16.9…

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After being selected first by the Indiana Fever, Caitlin Clark is ready to show her worth in the WNBA when the new season starts. And if the Iowa Hawkeyes star is to be believed, her partnership with Aliyah Boston is one other teams should keep an eye out for. Last year, the Fever selected Boston using the number pick in the 2023 Draft. Over the course of 40 games for Indiana, the 6’5″ forward/center averaged 14.5 points on 57 percent shooting from the field and 40 percent from beyond the arc. She also notched 8.4 rebounds, 2.2 assists, 1.3 steals,…

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There’s no doubt Caitlin Clark is the hottest name in college basketball this year. But if an anonymous WNBA general manager is to be believed, the Iowa Hawkeyes star is worth an entire team to trade after the Indiana Fever selected her first. During her time playing for the Hawkeyes, Clark managed to transcend college basketball in the four years she played in Iowa. Even during her freshman year, the two-time Wooden Awardee stood out when she averaged 26.6 points on 45 percent shooting from the field and 40 percent from deep, while making 5.9 rebounds and 7.1 assists per…

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Even with talented young guys in the roster, the Detroit Pistons failed to make full use of them to show signs of improvement during the NBA season. As a result, the front office has taken a major step towards the right direction to get out of the rut they’re currently in. Last season, the Pistons ended their run as the NBA’s worst team with 17 wins and 65 losses. Both their offense and defense were ranked 28th among 30 teams, leading almost every squad to dismantle them on a nightly basis. Worse, they didn’t have point guard Cade Cunningham in…

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No one would have expected Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and the Oklahoma City Thunder to be great this season. And if Kendrick Perkins had his way, the young All-Star guard would win MVP after helping the team become a contender. Gilgeous-Alexander first entered the league as the Los Angeles Clippers’ 11th pick in the 2018 Draft, the same one that saw Luka Doncic join the Dallas Mavericks via a trade with the Atlanta Hawks for Trae Young. During his rookie season being coached by Doc Rivers, SGA posted measly numbers of 10.8 points on 47 percent shooting from the field, 2.8 rebounds,…

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The regular season is over and the NBA will soon announce who’s the Clutch Player of the Year. For former NBA star and current analyst JJ Redick, though, that honor should belong to Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry. In a season marred by injuries and suspensions, Curry has been one of the few positive constants for the Dubs. While Klay Thompson isn’t the player he was a few years ago, Draymond Green attracting suspensions via his controversial antics on the court, Andrew Wiggins’ regression, and Chris Paul not having the same effect he did during his prime, the Baby-Faced…

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