Jerry West: NBA Logo and Franchise Savior

Jerry West is an NBA legend. For argument’s sake, he is literally apart of the NBA logo. West has not only been an NBA champion as a player, but he is also widely credited for the Lakers dynasties of the 80’s and 2000’s. It’s hard to find another name that has had a championship-touch as…

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NBA: Defensive Player of the Year Candidates

In the NBA, scoring has skyrocketed exponentially due to the pace of play as well as how teams are built. As a result, defensive stoppers are rare, which makes them absolute game changers and game wreckers. With less than 30 games to go in the NBA’s regular season, the Defensive Player of the Year race…

NBA: First Half Breakdown

The NBA All-Star weekend came and went so now is a time to look back on the first half of the season. Although it is not technically the midway point in the 82-game season, now is when we can all finally take a breather and breakdown how the season has unfolded so far. Bloodbath Out…

NBA: Who Could Make it Out the East?

One of the most talked about topics in the NBA is: Which team is the best to matchup against the two-time reigning champions Golden State Warriors? With LeBron James out west, the Cleveland Cavaliers are tanking for the first pick so the Eastern Conference is wide open for business at the top. For the time…

NBA: 3 Biggest Takeaways from All-Star Weekend

This past weekend basketball fans were treated to some amazing feats of athleticism from the best and brightest NBA stars. From the Three-Point Shootout to the Slam Dunk Contest to the All-Star Game itself, there was no lack of excitement. Let’s take a look at some of the takeaways from the weekend’s events. 1. Harris…

NBA: Potential Buyouts and Destinations

In recent seasons, the buyout market has been a goldmine for teams looking to improve their regular season position or fill a gap on a roster for the playoffs. Last year, the Philadelphia 76ers added Ersan Ilyasova and Marco Bellinelli. Those additions were massive parts of their run to the second round of the playoffs….

NBA: Five Most Exciting Draft Scenarios for Zion Williamson

It feels like it was just yesterday when the legend of Zion Williamson began to spread through social media like wildfire. His in-game 360 dunk was more sought after than any video evidence of Bigfoot or UFO’s. It seemed like there was a new video of the North Carolina native defying gravity and throwing down…

NBA: Reminder of 2019 NBA All-Star Snubs

On January 31st the NBA announced the reserves for the All-Star game taking place in Charlotte, North Carolina on Feb 17th.  The reserves and starters will be added to a pool to make up two teams. Captains Lebron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo on Feb 7th during a special draft show. All-Star voting is tough because…

NBA: Are the Milwaukee Bucks championship contenders?

The Milwaukee Bucks have been cannon-fodder in the playoffs for almost 30 years now, only once since the 1989 season have they made it out of the first round. 2001-02 was the last season Ray Allen was in town, Allen Iverson scuttled what looked like a Finals appearance when he brought the 76ers back from…

NBA: Goodbye G.O.A.T Status

Since LeBron James moved to sunny LA, it’s been written on every sports blog and talked about on every radio show and podcast that the Western Conference as a whole would make his life tougher. Much tougher. But as we get closer and April and the NBA Playoffs is looming, the postseason seems to be…