The Boston Celtics’ season ended Thursday night when the Cleveland Cavaliers eliminated them from the Eastern Conference finals with a Game 5 win at TD Garden. Up next for the C’s is the 2017 NBA Draft. The Celtics, if they keep the No. 1 pick, likely will take Washington guard Markelle Fultz. The Los Angeles Lakers probably would then select UCLA guard Lonzo Ball at No. 2. The draft really begins at No. 3, where the Philadelphia 76ers could go in several different directions. They could trade down a bit and acquire additional assets, take the best player available (likely Josh Jackson or Jayson Tatum) or address a huge need at point guard by selecting De’Aaron Fox. The most unlikely scenario
Long time Suns fans and Bright Side contributors Sreekar and Scott Howard return from the 140-character, one-way take stratosphere of twitter land to grace us with some witty repartee on the Phoenix Suns! After a short 11-month hiatus, the guys are back to discuss what they did during the break, the entire 2016-17 Suns season, the upcoming NBA draft, and the current NBA playoffs. You can go take a step back in time to listen to their take on the Suns bright future a year ago, by checking out their whole Intentionally Foul page on soundcloud here.
Welcome to the refreshed Bright Side of the Sun! To celebrate the new look and feel of our sports communities, we’re sharing stories of how and why we became fans of our favorite teams. If you’d like to share your story, head over to the FanPosts [link here] to write your own post. Each FanPost will be entered into a drawing to win a $500 Fanatics gift card [contest rules]. We’re collecting all of the stories here [https://www.sbnation.com/why-we-are-fans] and featuring the best ones across our network as well. Come Fan With Us! I’ve been a fan of the Phoenix Suns ever since I can remember. Since I’m 38 years old that dates back to the mid-80’s. From the renascence of the team after the drug