NBA: Eastern Conference Opening Round Pt. 1

Now that the NBA regular season has ended, it is time to shift the focus on the NBA Playoffs. The Playoffs begin this week with the top 16 teams battling to the Larry O’Brien Trophy. The Eastern Conference Playoffs will have a new king since 2010. The top two teams in the league reside in…

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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: 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: Kyrie Irving’s Next Landing Spot

The immediate future of the NBA will be influenced by several key decisions in the 2019 offseason. Not only are there multiple superstars looking to ink new deals, but there are 11 teams that have max cap space.    Kyrie Irving is one of the top 5 free agents this summer and at age 26…

Five Of The Oldest Rivalries In Sports

In the history of sports, many rivalries began only to last for decades on end and to become not only fierce but historic and to be talked about for decades to come. A rivalry between two sports franchises is only just part of the game itself. Let’s take a look at five of the oldest…

NBA: Ranking the Top 5 Sophomores

Rookies are often some of the NBA’s most electrifying players. However, it is not until they show that they can either sustain or elevate their level of play in their second year that they truly cement themselves as fixtures in the league. Here’s a look at the five best NBA sophomores who have done just…

NBA: Bucking the Trend

The East seems to be a three-team race between Boston, Philly, and Toronto. What about Milwaukee?

NBA: Best Backcourts Under 26

They say age is often just a number, for the NBA’s sake that number holds a whole lot of weight to it. With an average age of 26.8, the second lowest average age of the four major sports in America, the league is undoubtedly a young man’s game. Where youth has truly been highlighted in…