Winslow Sidelined for Remainder of Season

Due to a torn labrum in his right shoulder, Justise Winslow’s sophomore season has been cut short. The Miami Heat lost LeBron James in 2014, Chris Bosh in 2015, Dwyane Wade in 2016 and now the most recent setback for the franchise is second-year forward Justise Winslow. What was originally thought to be nothing more than a “stinger” on the final play of Miami’s game … Continue reading Winslow Sidelined for Remainder of Season

Curtis Critique’s Christmas Choices

The NBA’s annual holiday quintuplet of games has finally arrived and I couldn’t be more happier. For some, Christmas is a time for giving. Well the NBA has given us a full slate of games to enjoy for most of our holiday. The fun will tip-off at Madison Square Garden with Celtics/Knicks at 12:00 PM ET, followed by the official start of the regular season in Cleveland … Continue reading Curtis Critique’s Christmas Choices

George Karl Attacks Old Nuggets In New Book

Former Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl has a few select words for his former player. In his upcoming memoir titled “Furious George”, ex-NBA coach George Karl blasts Carmelo Anthony, Kenyon Martin and J.R. Smith. The book is slated to be released in January and a couple of controversial excerpts claims Anthony and Martin would have been better men if they had fathers in their life … Continue reading George Karl Attacks Old Nuggets In New Book

J.R. Smith Out 3 Months

After having surgery on his right thumb, J.R. Smith has been ruled out for 12 to 14 weeks. A significant piece of the reigning NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers’ puzzle will be sidelined for the next three months. The Cavs’ starting shooting guard needed surgery to repair what the team called a “complex fracture” of his right thumb. Smith injured his thumb in the second quarter of Cleveland’s … Continue reading J.R. Smith Out 3 Months

Delly Gets His Ring

Matthew Dellavedova was presented with his championship ring on Wednesday night in Cleveland. In the second matchup in two nights, the Cleveland Cavaliers honored former point guard Matthew Dellavedova with his ring from last season’s NBA Finals. The Cavaliers displayed a tribute while General Manager David Griffin presented Dellavedova with his first championship ring. Before Wednesday’s game, Dellevedova shared a few words with Cleveland.com on … Continue reading Delly Gets His Ring

Brooklyn Needs A Dose Of Linsanity

Jeremy Lin has missed the last 17 games and has been missed severely by the Brooklyn Nets. The Brooklyn Nets are a game ahead of the Philadelphia 76ers from being last in the Eastern Conference and its hard to believe that would be the case if Jeremy Lin was in the lineup. The injured point guard suffered a strained left hamstring in the Brooklyn Nets’ 109-101 victory … Continue reading Brooklyn Needs A Dose Of Linsanity

Vintage LeBron Makes An Appearance

On the second night of a back-to-back, a soon to be 32-year old LeBron James isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. It seems as if LeBron James is making history pretty often these days. On Friday he passed Elvin Hayes for ninth on the all-time scoring list. Tonight, he becomes the first front court player in history to reach 7,000 career assists. In a 116-105 … Continue reading Vintage LeBron Makes An Appearance

Why We Shouldn’t Worry About The Boston Celtics

Through 12 games, the Boston Celtics are sitting at a mediocre 6-6 record, but here’s why we shouldn’t panic. The Boston Celtics just lost to the Golden State Warriors by 16 points, but it looked a lot worse if you were watching the game. In their 104-88 loss, the team was led by their backcourt with Isaiah Thomas putting up 18 points and Avery Bradley chipping in … Continue reading Why We Shouldn’t Worry About The Boston Celtics

Have the LA Clippers Finally Arrived?

The LA Clippers are off to their best start in franchise history, yet they aren’t getting much praise. For the past three years, those close to me know that I’ve said the LA Clippers should be championship contenders,  and this season they are proving that bold statement. This core of Chris Paul, J.J. Redick, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan has been together since the 2013-14 … Continue reading Have the LA Clippers Finally Arrived?

An Assist Is Needed For Anthony Davis

Anthony Davis got off to a scorching start after posting 50 and 45 points in his first two games, but he needs help. The problem is that his New Orleans Pelicans are off to a cold start after dropping their first six games. Anthony Davis had an incredible opening game against the Denver Nuggets with 50 points, 16 rebounds, 7 steals, 5 assists and 4 … Continue reading An Assist Is Needed For Anthony Davis