If you thought that one of the biggest decisions that we’re awaiting in July is LeBron’s, then you’re not wrong. However, there’s one more decision thst could change the NBA landscape for years to come – Paul George – well, not exactly. Kawhi Leonard. No one’s really talking a lot about Kawhi, it’s all about […]Read More Supermax, Kawhi not?
Yes, you’re not dreaming, so you can stop pinching yourself Lakers fans. Although I’d like to point out that I purposefully did not include Jr. there – clickbait alert! But this is 100% true according to Gary Payton. Hard disclaimer though to take this with a grain of salt as none of the parties have […]Read More LeBron James commits to LA?
Are you mad? Who talks about Phoenix? First of all I’m not talking about Phoenix the city but, Phoenix the NBA team. No one really talks about them, no one writes about them. Except of course, when Devin Booker scores 60. As far as I can remember the player I associate with the Suns is […]Read More Is it always sunny in Phoenix?
Here’s what you don’t hear everyday; Kyrie Irving and New York. Let’s set the table here shall we: Kyrie Irving, Boston Celtic, traded from the Cavs last year and a free agent in 2019. Boston Celtics, Eastern Conference finalist and pushed a LeBron-led Cavs to seven games without their two best players. Yes, you heard […]Read More Kyrie’s New York state of mind
If there’s one thing that annoy pro basketball athletes it’s their NBA 2K ratings. Give any one of them a bad rating like a 70 dunk rating and they’ll be a over Twitter in a heartbeat. It’s just one of those things you don’t mess with. So, to the developers of NBA 2K, feel free […]Read More 2K ratings or TV ratings
I’m not an NBA historian but certainly we’ve heard of sports teams visiting the White House after they win the crown. We’ve also heard of famous invitation snubs like Tom Brady and Michael Jordan. But, we’ve never heard of the president not inviting the Champions at all. This is definitely something new. How did the […]Read More The DC non-invitation
Well that didn’t take too long. Literally the second after the NBA finals wrapped up, silly season has begun. Want proof? Check out this tweet from Joel Embiid: Trust The Process!!!! Find a new slant @KingJames — Joel Embiid (@JoelEmbiid) June 9, 2018 See what I mean? And there’s more… I think it’s fair to […]Read More The NBA silly season begins