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A community of various basketball minds, junkies, and enthusiasts stretching the floor with their perspective on the game.

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Host Alex Fischbein talks about the bottom 3 teams of the Atlantic Division. The Celtics have been playing tough, how will the youth develop? The Knicks are slowly figuring things out, and Melo is looking like his old self again. Will the... more

Host Alex Fischbein talks about the Toronto Raptors 3-0 week and the Sixth Man of the Year candidate Lou Williams. Also, the Nets had another inconsistent week and could they give the Sixers their first win? www.basketball-society.com

BJ and Kyle talk about the now popular subject with the Los Angeles Clippers - their struggles at the wing position. Doc Rivers recently said that he's not necessarily pressed about adding a new wing defender to the roster, but it's now... more

BJ Boyer and Kyle Allan come together for another series of episodes of Ballers Block, the best in the neighborhood via Basketball Society. The first segment is on Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose and his comments and wanting to sit out... more

Host Alex Fischbein talks about his (still) winless 76ers and predicts(again) their first win of the season. www.basketball-society.com

Host Alex Fischbein talks about how the Knicks can get back on track and the "deadline" that Phil Jackson set. www.basketball-society.com

Host Alex Fischbein talks about the Celtics' 0-2 week without Marcus Smart. www.basketball-society.com

Host Alex Fischbein goes over the news and notes of the Toronto Raptors and whether or not they should be taken seriously as a title contender. www.basketball-society.co

Host Alex Fischbein talks about the continued inconsistency to the beginning of the Nets' season and the leadership of Kevin Garnett. www.basketball-society.com

The Los Angeles Lakers are off to their worst start in franchise history starting the 2014-15 season at 1-9. Kobe Bryant, who returned this season from injuries that kept him out for the majority of last season, has performed mightily but is in a... more

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