US Men’s Basketball: What The 2020 Olympic Roster Should Be

The world needs to know that the United States Men’s National Basketball team are still kings of basketball. The 2019 FIBA World Championship was disappointing for the US as they finished 7th in the tournament. However, the US Men’s Basketball team is qualified for the 2020 Olympics. The USA has won the last three Olympics…


Winners and Losers In A Newly-Balanced NBA

After the craziest offseason in league history, parity has been restored to the NBA. Check out who I think are some of the biggest winners and losers of the major shakeup of player movement

NBA: Ranking the Best NBA Draft Classes

The 2018 NBA Draft class featured big-time names from big-time colleges, like Marvin Bagley, Deandre Ayton, and Trae Young. So far, a 19-year-old kid from Slovenia by the name of Luka Doncic has outperformed them. To get a true evaluation of a class, one must take into account how many NBA superstars emerged from it….

NBA: Love or Gordon, Who is the Better fit for Portland?

The Portland Trail Blazers have been a model of consistency on the court since the 2013-2014 NBA season. The team has averaged 48 wins over that span, but all they have been able to show for it has been conference semifinal losses and a trio of first-round exits. The third best team in the West…

NBA: Unsung Playoff Heroes

Now that the NBA Playoffs are down to the final four, we can see who are the real contenders and pretenders for the Larry O’Brien Trophy. Outside of the megastars on each team, let’s look at players who aren’t getting enough credit, but are having superb playoff runs. Cleveland Cavaliers: Kevin Love While Love will…