Malachi Richardson

Philadelphia 76ers #22 - Guard

  • Born: 01/05/96
  • Age: 26
  • Height: 6'6"
  • Weight: 205
  • Seasons: 2016

Canton Charge announce 2021 roster

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The Canton Charge on Friday announced their 2021 roster before they head to training camp in Florida, which starts January 31. “We are excited that Charge basketball is back and are looking to pick...

2020 NBA Draft Profile: Desmond Bane

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Despite concerns with his physical profile, Desmond Bane will have a good NBA career

Wizards forward Admiral Schofield takes his turn in the Statistical Doppelgänger Machine

We’re reaching the end of the line for the Statistical Doppelgänger series. Last time, I looked at the player with the best name for a fictional president, Garrison Mathews. Okay, I actually think T...

What does the future hold for Boeheim’s Army?

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Another rough ending for the Syracuse alums

Orange Legends: TNIAAM talks with Malachi Richardson

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Highlighting his stint with Boeheim’s Army, Malachi sits down with James for a quick chat.

Malachi Richardson, Donté Greene among former Kings in The Basketball Tournament

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If you’re watching The Basketball Tournament, here is who you should be rooting for.

How the Hornets just missed drafting franchise-changing players from 2015 through 2018

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Let’s hope 2020 is the year they get it right.

Open Thread: Spurs By the Numbers- The story of #3 lands in the hands of Marco Belinelli

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2014 was quite the year for the Italian sharpshooter.

A redo of the Kings’ 2014, 2015 and 2016 NBA draft picks

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Who could possibly go ahead of Sauce Castillo?

The best college hoops team to never win a championship is...

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Can anyone tell me what happened to the 2015 Kentucky basketball team?

Trade Deadline Preview: Planning ahead with the Raptors

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Let’s do a little salary cap preparation as the Raptors head into trade deadline season with a number of different potential directions.

How the Raptors modeled themselves after a pro soccer club

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The Raptors’ all-in commitment to player development could be a blueprint for the rest of the NBA.