Author: Dastan Haghnazari

My name is Dastan Haghnazari, and I am a high school student at St. Charles Preparatory School. I'm a fan of the Timberwolves, Colts, and Ohio State. _____________________________________________________________

TimberWolves Playoff Throes

By Dastan Haghnazari

Despite Butler’s injury late in the season, Minnesota still found a way to sneak into the playoffs with a close win over Denver for the eight seed in the West.  Being the eight seed, the Timberwolves had to play against the Houston Rockets (this year’s best team) in the first round. Minnesota was able to pull out one win out of their five game series against Houston, a somewhat impressive feat for such a young team. Read Full Article Here!

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NBA Mini: The Next Kobe?

By Dastan Haghnazari

Sophomore Jalen Green is the top ranked player at his position in his state and is second overall in the country.  Standing at 6’5”, Green is one of the bigger high school shooting guards whose prolific scoring capabilities are making people draw likenesses to Kobe Bryant.  On his ESPN recruiting profile it states that “Green is a scoring and playmaking guard who is only just beginning to scratch the surface of his potential. Read Full Article Here!

Top 5 Quarterbacks for the 2018 NFL Draft

By Dastan Haghnazari

The quarterbacks that have declared for the NFL draft this year show a vast array of skills.  Some are obvious scramblers comparable to Vick and Newton, but others seem to be dual-threat deep passers like Luck or Manziel, and yet some seem to be pocket passers like Manning or Brady.  The variety of quarterbacks leads to tough choices for teams who are trying to find the correct fit for their system. The top five quarterbacks of the draft show much promise but there is still mystery surrounding each one. See The List Here!

The Building Browns

By Dastan Haghnazari

The Browns have began utilizing their plethora of cap space by trading two draft picks for star wide-receiver Jarvis Landry (the Dolphins seem to have a problem trading great players for draft picks, sorry Jay Ajayi) and the acquisition of Tyrod Taylor.  The Browns have slowly built the core of their roster through the draft in recent years, and they may be able to put together a good football team with their two early first round picks this year.
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