How the tables have turned

After sweeping the season series against the Portland Trail Blazers prior to their starting center Nurkic going down, the tables have turned in the post season. Jumping out to a 2-0 start, behind Dame and CJ’s explosive starts, the Blazers are in the perfect position to sweep the playoff series against Oklahoma City. Coming into … Continue reading How the tables have turned

Westbrook’s fall from grace

In a recent post by ITALKSPORTSANDTHATSIT, James talks about how Westbrook is the most overrated player in the NBA. He goes on to state how despite filling up a stat sheet, his play and personality are less than ideal. While that may seem harsh, and I love the Thunder and Westbrook, I am not only … Continue reading Westbrook’s fall from grace

Magic Johnson steps down as president of basketball operations

With the 2018-2019 regular season having officially concluded with a series of unbelievable performances from the Houston Rockets setting an NBA record for most threes made in a single game at 27 to Jamal Crawford going off for 51 points at 39 years of age, the Detroit Pistons erasing a 22 point deficit to secure … Continue reading Magic Johnson steps down as president of basketball operations

Why the Thunder shouldn’t panic

In a recent post by Bedlam Brother, he outlines why Thunder fans need not panic despite the string of losses prior to last Friday where they would go on to defeat the Raptors on their home floor in Toronto and what he believes they need to win more consistently. Despite the seemingly worrying trend, I … Continue reading Why the Thunder shouldn’t panic

Sell the team, sell the team, sell the team, sell the team

Sources: Knicks fans beside themselves. Driving around downtown Long Island begging (thru texts) Dolan’s family for address to James’ home Just when it seemed like the league couldn’t get any spicier than it already has been this season between the Lakers imploding, Oklahoma City falling from the 3rd seed to the 8th seed in the … Continue reading Sell the team, sell the team, sell the team, sell the team

Why the NBA should be hailed for its transparency

Throughout the last few years, more and more big corporations, businesses, and organizations have seemingly found themselves amidst a series of scandals or controversies. From Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica to Google’s attempt at launching a censored search engine called “Dragonfly” in China and Elon Musk’s “funding secured” tweet that cause the SEC to conduct a probe … Continue reading Why the NBA should be hailed for its transparency

My top 5 most surprising and disappointing teams of the 18-19 NBA season thus far

Inspired by BBallScholar’s post where he lists his top 5 most surprising and disappointing teams this season. While I don’t necessarily disagree with any of the teams listed, I do think there are others that are more deserving. Here is BBallScholar’s list with strikethroughs to represent where my opinion differs whether it be in the … Continue reading My top 5 most surprising and disappointing teams of the 18-19 NBA season thus far

Why Paul George should and shouldn’t be critical of the officiating

While Paul George has had one hell of year, boasting career highs in almost every single statistical category, since the All-Star break, he’s started to look more like Playoff P from last year as opposed to MVPG. Given his recent stretch of bad games where he’s shot 8-25, 7-23, and 5-16, it should come as … Continue reading Why Paul George should and shouldn’t be critical of the officiating

No, I can’t review that, but even if I could I can’t overturn the initial call

While the NBA is an incredibly progressive sports league, at times, it can be one of the most infuriating and seemingly ass backwards league when it comes officiating. Despite having a replay system run by a dedicated group of individuals at the replay facility in Secaucus, New Jersey, due to the rules governing the triggers … Continue reading No, I can’t review that, but even if I could I can’t overturn the initial call

Why Anthony Davis shouldn’t go to the Lakers

If you haven’t been following the Anthony Davis saga that has occurred over the last month or so here’s what you need to know: Anthony Davis currently plays for the New Orleans Pelicans (NOLA) He is 25 and already considered a superstar in the NBA He fired his agent midway through September 2018 and hired … Continue reading Why Anthony Davis shouldn’t go to the Lakers

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