Author: Keithon Foster

Keithon Foster is an aspiring sports analyst from Knoxville, Tennessee. He covers college and professional basketball.

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The rebuild is officially over. A team that was once stocking up picks is now a title contender, doing so while being one of the league’s youngest teams. Thanks to the play of MVP candidate Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, who burst onto the scene last season. Gilgeous-Alexander has been arguably the league’s best player, as he has taken a team with no experience to the second best record in the Western Conference. A conference consisting of former league MVP Nikola Jokic and the defending champions Denver Nuggets. Through 60 games, Gilgeous-Alexander is averaging 31.1 PTs, 5.6 REBs, 6.5 ASTs, and a league…

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The Tennessee Volunteers are one of America’s best college basketball teams. Playing fierce defense, and now having a player who can terrorize opponents on a nightly basis. Something Head Coach Rick Barnes has never had while at the University of Tennessee. Dalton Knecht, a transfer from Northern Colorado, has been arguably the nation’s best player. Having big time performances against schools like North Carolina, Auburn, Illinois, Wisconsin, and more. Solidifying himself as a lock for a First-Team All-American roster spot, and being recognized as one of the nation’s best. It has been a while since Vol fans have seen a…

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The NBA season is almost over, and teams across the NBA are preparing for their final push to the playoffs. Four teams in the Western Conference have been battling for the top seed all season. Adding pieces before the trade deadline in hopes of securing homecourt advantage for the entirety of the Western Conference playoffs. Each team is distinctively different. Ranging in experience and playstyle. With the fourth place team only being three games back from first place. Increasing the importance of each remaining game this season. There is still a lot of basketball played. As it stands, the top…

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The trade deadline is over; however, one can only wonder what moves will be made this offseason. One team in particular, the Atlanta Hawks, finds themselves in a curious position. Making the blockbuster trade for Dejounte Murray in the summer of 2022, that’s led to little to no progress, and ultimately finding themselves at the bottom of the Eastern Conference standings once again. NBA writer Marc Stein reports, “The Hawks’ inaction is hardly considered permanent. Could the Hawks ultimately decide to keep Murray and trade Trae Young in the offseason?” An interesting decision, as back in 2018 one of the…

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The NBA’s greatest shooter and greatest scorer. Two of the premiere faces in basketball the last two decades. What could’ve been as the trade deadline has come to a close, and teams look to load up for the final playoff push. Lebron James versus Stephen Curry is one of basketball’s greatest rivalries. Making for iconic moments in all of sports, as the two seemingly represented their conference every year in the 2010s. Now both on struggling teams in the Western Conference, ESPN Senior Insider Adrian Wojnarowski reports, Golden State made an unsuccessful bid to acquire Lebron James ahead of the…

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Charlotte Hornet’s rookie Brandon Miller is taking the league by storm. Giving the Buzz City new life, as Miller was announced as a participant in the 2024 NBA Panini Rising Stars challenge. Competing for NBA legend Pau Gasol and Team Pau. Despite their years of struggle, Charlotte Hornets fans have to be thrilled with the emergence of the young forward. Miller, a top prospect in the 2023 NBA draft, made a name for himself at the University of Alabama. Leading the Crimson Tide to their first ever one seed in NCAA March Madness history. Miller burst onto the scene. Climbing the…

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