Author: Justin Sexton

Justin Sexton is a Southern California-based sports writer with nine years of experience in many different fields. The poet known as "Jay Guevara" is an avid basketball fan who got his love of the game from the Hornets and Supersonics on NBA JAM. He has written about sports for Wisconsin Sports Heroics, Hardwood Heroics, and TheMSQShop.

The two-time WNBA MVP A’ja Wilson has been playing at a different level this season. A’ja has averaged roughly a phenomenal 29 points,12 rebounds, 2 steals, and 3 blocks this season, making her nearly a complete player on the court. However, the Aces have had a rocky season thus far. They’re trying to become the first WNBA team to 3-peat in the league’s history. So far, they have a 6-5 record but have many more games to play. Last night, though, the Aces earned a much-needed win to regain their momentum. A’ja Wilson Makes History In The WNBA A’ja Wilson…

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Auburn alum Charles Barkley is one of the most recognizable voices in basketball today. Outside of his work with Inside The NBA on TNT, he covers the NCAA March Madness tournament every year as a studio analyst. He has always been a vocal analyst in everything basketball-related. Charles Barkley has plenty of love for Auburn, as he spent 3 years there playing basketball. However, he recently called them out on some calls he received from the university and the NCAA itself. Charles Barkley Speaks On NIL Deals On the Don’t @ Me With Dan Dakich’s show Friday, the NBA analyst…

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The Dallas Mavericks will play the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals Thursday. They had a unique run this postseason to make it to the finals as a five-seed. Luka and Kyrie helped the Mavericks finally get over a playoff rival in the Los Angeles Clippers in the first round, pushed through the youngest 1-seed in NBA history, the Oklahoma City Thunder, and shocked the Minnesota Timberwolves in the Western Conference Finals. This will be the Dallas Mavericks’ second appearance in the NBA Finals in franchise history. The Mavericks’ head coach, Jason Kidd, was on the first Mavericks team to…

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Ever since the future of the famous Inside The NBA TV show has been in doubt, fans, media, athletes, and NBA legends have all expressed their concerns about what could be the end of an era. Next season could very well be the last season basketball fans across the world could see the legendary show. It has many years of great memories thanks to Chuck (Charles Barkley), Ernie, Kenny, and Shaq along with its many guest appearances. Charles Barkley’s Take On The Future of Inside The NBA The Inside The NBA analyst Charles Barkley spoke with New York Times journalist…

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The 2023-2024 All-NBA Teams have been revealed. LeBron James made history in the NBA as being the oldest player ever to receive the All-NBA team honor. LeBron is also the youngest player ever to receive that same honor. He now has 20 All-NBA selections in his 21-year career. However, he didn’t make the All-NBA First team this year. He made the third-team honors. This year’s selections are unique, with a few surprises in between. Who Is On The All-NBA First Team? Giannis Antentokounmpo, PF, Milwaukee Bucks Luka Doncic, G, Dallas Mavericks Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, G, Oklahoma City Thunder Nikola Jokic, C,…

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The young star player on the Charlotte Hornets, Brandon Miller, was one of the five players to make the All-Rookie First Team this season. The other rookies to join Miller in that honor are Chet Holmgren, Victor Wembanyama, Jaime Jaquez Jr., and Brandin Podziemski. The All-Rookie teams are determined by a global panel of sports journalists and broadcasters. Although the talk of the town this season regarding the rookies were Chet Holmgren and Victor Wembanyama, Brandon Miller, Jamie Jaquez Jr., and Brandin Podziemski were three other rookies to not sleep on for their output on their teams. Brandon Miller’s Rookie…

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The Minnesota Timberwolves stunned the defending champions, the Denver Nuggets, 98-90. They pulled off the largest comeback in game 7 history. This will be the second time that the Minnesota Timberwolves will play in the Western Conference Finals. Yet, exactly 20 years ago, on May 19th, 2004, the Timberwolves had their first-ever franchise game 7 against the Sacramento Kings. What Happened To The Minnesota Timberwolves 20 Years Ago? On May 19th, 2004, Kevin Garnett and the Timberwolves hosted the Sacramento Kings. After years of short playoff runs and losing seasons, Minnesota sought to play in the Western Conference Finals. The…

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The Dallas Mavericks will be one of the teams in the upcoming Western Conference finals after a nail-biting game 6 win against the Oklahoma City Thunder. This will be the second time in three seasons that the Dallas Mavericks have reached the Western Conference Finals. Unlike the first time the Mavericks reached the Western Conference Finals, Luka Doncic has a seasoned veteran in Kyrie Irving, who’s 14-0 in playoff closeout games. The Mavs will face the Minnesota Timberwolves in the Western Conference Finals. The Dallas Mavericks Show Up Big In Game 6 The duo of Irving and Doncic combined for…

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After the Cleveland Cavaliers were eliminated by the Boston Celtics in the second round of the playoffs, questions arose about their current squad and staff. It seems like the Darius Garland and Donovan Mitchell experiment hasn’t been as productive as many people wish it to be. Even though the team made it to the playoffs in back-to-back years since the Cavs’ second LeBron era, they’re questioning not just their players but also their staff. Are The Cleveland Cavaliers Done With J.B. Bickerstaff? Three journalists from The Athletic published an article about what could be next for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Shams…

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The Indiana Pacers and the New York Knicks series has been nothing short of entertaining thus far. Now, the series will end with a game 7 Sunday at Madison Square Garden. This series has been back and forth like the Cameo song from back in the day as no one could predict who will face Boston in the Eastern Conference Finals. Indiana started the season as a dark horse contender to represent the Eastern Conference in the NBA Finals. No one expected the Indiana Pacers to be where they are right now, thanks to the play of Tyrese Haliburton in…

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