Author: Ryan Richman

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Ryan Richman was raised in South Jersey and has a passion for sports. He recently graduated with his Master's in Sports Management at Lynn University in Florida.

Bucks, Nets, Giannis

The Bucks came to play today, the Nets young players were the only thing keeping them afloat. Jalen Wilson erupted with his minute increase, scoring 21 points as a new career high. The Nets defense took a hit when Mikal Bridges left the game early. Bridges would have normally guarded Middleton who ended up having a fantastic night. The Nets kept the game within 10 points in the first half. However, the Bucks gained momentum after half and never let up, finishing the game with a 22 point lead. Giannis Leads the Bucks with His Resilience Giannis scored 32 points,…

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Aaron Rodgers, Dan Graziano, Packers, Kimmel

The Packers have had an up-and-down season, being led by Jordan Love in his first year starting. This team is the youngest team in the league and has so much potential. The Packers still have the possibility of winning an NFC Wild Card spot. The team currently sits one win out from a Wild Card Spot, while two games remain. Love and his receiver corps with Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs, Jayden Reed, Luke Musgrave will be in Green and Gold for a long time. We will get to see these players progress for the foreseeable future with Love under center.…

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Giannis Antetokounmpo. Milwaukee Bucks

The Bucks had 5 players scoring 19 points or higher this game. Not one player completely dominated the offensive share load. Malik Beasley, Damian Lillard, Khris Middleton, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and Bobby Portis all were key in this win over an offensive team in the Knicks. The Knicks kept the game within ten points most of the game with the help of their leader, Jalen Brunson, who finished the game with 36 points. Every possession, Brunson was either hitting a step back jumper or dishing for an assist. Julius Randle had a quality scoring night as well, even though he had…

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Milwaukee Bucks, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Khris Middleton, Damian Lillard

The Bucks have shown great success this season especially when their Big Three is on the court. There has been periods where not all three were on the hardwood at the same time, resulting in the team not playing at the top of their game. Offensively, it is expected that one of these three will get the bucket. In the last game on Thursday against the Magic, Lillard and Giannis were running a handoff play on more than one occasion. Giannis would dribble to the left hash and hand off to Lillard while setting a screen. This either gave Lillard…

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Milwaukee Bucks, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Franz Wagner

The Milwaukee Bucks led by Giannis Antetokounmpo faced a tough contest against a scrappy Orlando Magic team that was once considered a below average team. The Magic struggled early but quickly got it together in order to keep the game close with the help of Mo and Franz Wagner. The Bucks starters did not get much rest tonight as they scored 95 of the team’s total 118 points. Giannis and Lillard together combined for 61 points and showed just how dangerous this duo can be together. Giannis With Another Big Night, Doing Everything He Can to Get the Bucks the…

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