Draymond Green and Kevin Durant high fiving

Any hint of discourse on a dominant team will grab headlines. Not too long ago, there were some rumblings about Tom Brady’s trainer and Patriots management. The Yankees have a history of supposed team crippling dugouts and front offices. How many World Series titles do they have? The latest involvesRead More →

Jimmy Butler

The Sixers trade for Jimmy Butler wasn’t an inexpensive one. The trade as reported has Minnesota sending Jimmy Butler and Justin Patton to Philadelphia for Robert Covington, Dario Saric, Jerryd Bayless  and a 2022 second-round draft. It’s obvious the Sixers are living in the now. Prior to the Butler trade,Read More →

Golden State's Kevin Durant and Steph Curry

Those who know me know I never root for the Golden State Warriors. There’s nothing about that team I like. I don’t like Steph Curry’s smugness. Kevin Durant’s sensitivity about the smallest things is a bigger chart topper than Ralph Tresvant. Draymond Green’s poor attempt to be the great BillRead More →

John Wall

Five games into the season and John Wall and Bradley Beal are already calling out teammates. After a disappointing loss at Sacramento, Beal didn’t mince words. “Sometimes we have our own agendas on the floor, whether it’s complaining about shots, complaining about playing time, complaining about whatever it may be,”Read More →

Curry and Green celebrating

The NBA follows another exciting offseason with what shapes up to be another exciting regular season. There’s a lot of eyes on the Eastern Conference with LeBron gone to Los Angeles. Speaking of the key, can he lift a franchise that has gone dormant on the court. The boys byRead More →

Bradley Beal taking jump shot.

With LeBron James out of the East, most think the Boston Celtics are next in line to dominate. It makes sense. They have a star in Kyrie Irving. Quality second tier players like Gordon Hayward and Al Horford. A rising young star in Jayson Tatum. Not that long ago, itRead More →

NBA Logo

As the season approaches, NBA fans will see three rules changes that will impact the game. Shot Clock Resetting to 14 Seconds This could be the biggest change that fans will see. The shot clock will now reset to 14 seconds after an offensive rebound. This rule aligns with FIBARead More →