Wed. Feb 20th, 2019

NBA

How the Eastern Conference is Shaping up Early On

The Eastern Conference has long been known as the weaker of the two conferences in the NBA. It has also been under the rule of LeBron James for the past eight years.  Now that the king has left the East, this will be the most competitive the conference has been in recent memory. Here is how each Eastern Conference team stands heading into week 4 of the NBA season. Continue Reading!

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It’s the Warriors’ League and We are All just Living In It

It was assumed that the Golden State Warriors would be the best team in the league again.  It was assumed that they would hit a crazy amount of threes, and run everyone else out of the gym.  It was even assumed that Curry, Klay, and Durant would have crazy nights from the floor where they would drop 50.  And even with all our prior knowledge on how good the Golden State Warriors were, they might still be exceeding expectations. Continue Reading!

Kuzma, Lakers Look Impressive Despite Overtime Loss to Spurs

The Los Angeles Lakers have played three games and I am already 100 times more excited about them than I thought I’d be. Even though they still have a lot to prove; I trust the young core on this team surrounding the king.

They had a rough start Monday night. LeBron couldn’t buy a bucket, starting 0-6 from the field. At the end of the first quarter they were down 40-26, and previously  trailed by as much as 17. The only player who appeared to be in rhythm was Lonzo Ball, who started in place of suspended Rajon Rondo. Continue Reading!

The Three Most Intriguing Storylines to Keep an Eye On During the First Half of the Season

How’d we get here? I have been waiting for this week to come since the Warriors walked off the floor as NBA champions on June 8th; but a lot has happened between then and now. Let’s recap.

The NBA offseason resulted with the King claiming his throne in LA. The Spurs sent Kawhi Leonard across the boarder for DeMar DeRozan. The Warriors added yet another all-star to their arsenal. Carmelo Anthony took his scoring ability (and lackluster defense) to Houston. Jimmy Butler STILL hasn’t been traded. Also, the NBA draft took place, and seems to have produced a class with no ceiling. It truly was an offseason of craziness… but it is all done and over with. The 2018-19 NBA season is officially underway. Continue Reading!