Just two days ago, we wrote about the interest the Utah Jazz were showing in Chicago Bulls guard Marquis Teague following the injury to Trey Burke. According to reports, the Jazz aren’t the only team in their division who are… Continue Reading
Kobe Bryant’s #NBArank of 25 caused a bit of a kerfuffle on Twitter today, which is odd — because it’s perfect. Continue Reading
With the 2013-14 NBA season on the horizon, we’re taking this week to look at the players we love who are headed into their second year in the league. For most, if not all, of these players, expectations are either… Continue Reading
Dwight Howard’s relationship with most fans, and especially those in Orlando, isn’t too strong right now. After essentially holding the Magic hostage a few years ago, he forced his way out and landed in another sun-filled city when he was… Continue Reading
If I had to guess who the first player to show up for a second time in the “Pass of the Night” posts would be when I started this, I would have gone with Ricky Rubio. And if not Rubio,… Continue Reading
Kyrie Irving Resume: 22.5 points, 3.7 rebounds, 5.9 assists, 1.5 steals, 34.7 minutes, 45% FG, 39% 3PT, and 86% FT… Team record in games played: 19-40 (5-18 without)… All-Star As you may or may not remember, team success was one… Continue Reading
Another night of preseason games in the books, we’re inching closer to the start of the regular season. Now, scattered throughout the internet, there are a plethora of words about these preseason games, preparing for the start of the regular… Continue Reading
The NBA Draft isn’t fair.
That’s hardly a groundbreaking sentiment. The draft’s very essence comes into question every season once spring finally rolls around, and bad teams skirt the rules by playing their way out of wins and into additional lottery balls. But tanking and all of its hot-button corollaries only examine the entire process through a one-eyed lens: that of the league’s teams. Continue Reading
LeBron James refuses to let the killer instinct cage him and ruin his relationships with teammates and family. Yes, he wants to win. Yes, he’s willing to work hard to make it happen. However, his perspective clearly includes the help, opinion, and existence of others.
That’s a distinctly non-royal prerogative by the former King James. Continue Reading
Get ready, Philadelphia 76ers fans. Your team is going to lose s̶o̶m̶e̶ a lot of games in the 2013 – 2014 NBA season. There is one word that comes to mind when describing the theme of the 76ers year ahead –… Continue Reading