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During my time with Bleacher Report, I've completed two writing internships and worked as a Featured Columnist with the college football, NCAA Basketball, Tennis and—most notably—NBA teams. I also worked as a Feedback Editor for the Advanced Program in Sports Media.

As you can probably tell, my focus now lies squarely within the NBA world.

I graduated magna cum laude from the University of Georgia with a triple major in Classical Culture, Latin and Psychology and was given the Classics Prize, awarded annually to the department's top graduating student. During that chapter of my life, I was named the NBA's top writer of the month multiple times, was selected to the inaugural class of the Internship Hall of Fame and was named the site's Featured Columnist of the Month.

After graduating, I moved from Athens to Denver, where I currently reside.

My expertise within the game of basketball lies in three areas: prospect evaluation, the sport's history and the statistical aspects of the sport. I've developed several metrics during my time with Bleacher Report and plan to continue doing so.

I've followed sports my entire life, so whether it's basketball or some other sport, never hesitate to hit me with a question, comment or discussion topic.

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  • Darrius Evans posted 1 day ago

    Darrius Evans

    You Should Defiantly Do An Article On Who Takes The Last Shot For Each NBA Team. It Would Be Quite Interesting

  • Knickerbocker posted 37 days ago


    I mı̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̨ade you wipe your screen.

  • Daniel M. posted 38 days ago

    Daniel M.

    I feel I have to say something about your NBA jersey numbers article. do some research next time. you are a sports writer, you shouldn't make these mistakes. that was a terrible article just because you did not mention two important players: mitch richmond for #23 and clyde drexler for #22. drexler even was on your article cover! that was terrible.

  • Dwight Howard posted 42 days ago

    Dwight  Howard

    If your gonna write a hate article on the Rockets, by continuing to bash harden and howard. At least get the whole story correct. You're a horrible writer, and just because of that article you should leave journalism.

  • Ed Espineli posted 42 days ago

    Ed Espineli

    Before you post an article about comments made by a foreign Rockets player in their foreign tongue, be sure to actually get an ACCURATE translation in proper context instead of just basing it on a random tweet.

    Motiejunas never said that Dwight or Harden eat alone. He was asked about food, does he go out and eat together with Dwight/Harden, he said no, they like different food. It sounds like Motiejunas is more of a gourmet type, oysters were mentioned.

    This is TERRIBLE journalism as usual...and everyone is on this train to paint the Rockets in the worst possible way. Typical media and their agenda to make villains of certain players. Even the previous quotes by Howard and Harden were WAY overblown and not in proper context, but that's another story.

  • Patrick Star posted 44 days ago

    Patrick  Star

    Hey Adam, could you do something like this,, for basketball?

  • Brendan Dumbrow posted 56 days ago

    Brendan Dumbrow

    Hey Adam, I love the stuff your doing here. Great articles and awesome work. Just wondering if you plan on having the 2014 official re-draft this year? Loved last years, and loved to see how everything turned out on a player-to-player basis. Thanks again for your work here.

  • Slightly Biased Hawks Fan posted 67 days ago

    Slightly Biased Hawks Fan

    How do you think the Hawks off-season is going? Thabo and Bazemore, yikes....not getting Deng stinks.

  • BOKU NO PICO posted 70 days ago


    Keep it up

  • James B posted 90 days ago

    James B

    Hey Adam. I'm not sure the path to go about recommending a topic to write about. I have seen you write a lot of NBA articles so I figured this would be a good place to start. I think it would be a very interesting article to write about the best case scenario for who the Miami Heat can add to their roster with their cap space. Maybe each slide can have available cap space if the big 3 opt in, take a small pay cut uniformly/large cut uniformly, or if lets say just Bosh and Wade take a pay cut. I believe this would be very informative and intriguing at the same time. Thanks for hearing out.

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