Scott Brooks

Washington Wizards fans will have to get familiar with a few new faces next season. So far this offseason, the Wizards have traded for Isaac Bonga, Jemerrio Jones, Moritz Wagner. Via free agency they’ve signed point guards Ish Smith and Isaiah Thomas along with forward Jonathan Simmons. For Bonga, Jones,Read More →

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Around this time of year, I say the same thing. One of the most overrated things in free agency is cap space. Why? If you’re a bad team, cap space usually ends up being filled with bad long term contracts. With the New York Knicks leading the Tanking Train, theyRead More →

LeBron James and Michael Jordan

The 1984 NBA Draft has been the standard bearer of my generation. I was 14 years old at the time and I saw the likes of Michael Jordan come into the league that year. It completely reshaped the league in many ways. The style of play certainly changed with theRead More →

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So the NBA Draft is finally upon us! This season, the first two iterations of our Mock Draft (1.0 and 2.0) was limited to the NBA Lottery. In the third edition, we do the entire first round.   Team Player College New Orleans Pelicans Zion Williamson Duke Memphis Grizzlies JaRead More →

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If there is something that fan bases will always fall for is the talk of assets and cap space. I should say every fan base except for the Washington Wizards. Unlike the New York Knicks fan base, Wizards fans NEVER believe that they’ll ever convert assets or cap space intoRead More →

Steph Curry walking off the floor

Now that the dust has cleared on the NBA Finals, the question of “what’s next for the Warriors” can be asked? First thing the Warriors will do is focus on re-signing their top two free agents. According to reports, it looks like Klay Thompson will be back with the Warriors.Read More →

Anthony Davis and LeBron James

The Los Angeles Lakers finally got the star that they needed to pair with LeBron James. Acquiring Anthony Davis for the New Orleans Pelicans wasn’t cheap. The Lakers sent Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart and three first round picks to New Orleans for the 26 year old superstar. OnRead More →

Beyonce and Jay Z at courtside

Toronto’s 123-109 Game 3 victory in Oakland is the story that lies below the fold. Wednesday night was an ordinary night in the NBA. Klay Thompson’s Hamstring It started with the health of Klay Thompson. The two-way guard had injured his hamstring in Game 2. Holy crap was that anRead More →

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Coming off their thrilling win over Oklahoma City, the Trail Blazers would face the Kevin Durant-less Golden State Warriors. But what started out as a ‘hopeful’ upset turned into being swept out of the playoffs. What made it worse was the fact that Portland blew multiple late game double-digit leadsRead More →

Andre Iguodala

After leading the Houston Rockets to their second NBA Championship, head coach Rudy Tomjanovich proclaimed “don’t ever underestimate the heart of a champion.” If ever a team exemplified this it was Golden State in their game 2 win over Toronto. There was no Kevin Durant. Both Klay Thompson (hamstring) andRead More →