NBA: Christmas Day Matchups

This past Monday, the 12th of August, the NBA released its 2019-20 season schedule. And with all the movement of players to different teams that has gone on this past offseason, there are a number of intriguing matchups. But as per usual the NBA saved a large offering of marquee games for Christmas Day, when…

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NBA: Best Potential Playoff Scenarios

NBA fans have been treated to a slew of trades and roster additions this season. The Western Conference is more competitive than ever while the Eastern Conference is stacked at the top. Whether you follow a team that is the first or eighth seed, there will be tantalizing playoff match-ups from top to bottom. Houston…

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: Teams Looking to Make a Run After the All-Star Break

The All-Star break is known for making and “breaking” teams. Some perform better, some perform worse, some stay the same. A recent example of the ups and downs of the NBA seasons is after the break in 2016-2017. The Miami Heat went on a historic second-half run. Miami arrived at the break 11-30, but ended…

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?