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

Russell Westbrook’s Thunderous Start

If the NBA’s Most Valuable Player was awarded after two games, Oklahoma City Thunder’s Russell Westbrook would be the second unanimous MVP in history. Russell Westbrook made history by doing something that hasn’t been achieved since Kareem Abdul-Jabaar in 1975. The Oklahoma City Thunder point guard explodes for a 51-point triple-double. In his last game against the Philadelphia 76ers, a fan flipped him off. As … Continue reading Russell Westbrook’s Thunderous Start

Dwyane Wade Shines In Homecoming

In the Chicago Bulls’ season opener, Dwyane Wade shined – and then some – as he proved he still has much left in the tank as the Bulls defeated the Boston Celtics 105-99. After connecting on a mid range jumper for the first time in United Center, Dwyane Wade looked comfortable with his new team already. Wade’s Bulls debut was nothing short of excellent as … Continue reading Dwyane Wade Shines In Homecoming

Dennis Schröder Appears To Be Atlanta’s Long Term Answer

Dennis Schroder will be the primary point guard in Atlanta for years to come, as he and the Atlanta Hawks agreed on a four-year contract extension. Earlier this week, Atlanta Hawks point guard Dennis Schroder committed to the organization that drafted him in 2013. Likewise, the organization committed to him. According to ESPN, Schroder’s extension is worth $70 million over four years, with $62 million … Continue reading Dennis Schröder Appears To Be Atlanta’s Long Term Answer

Shaquille O’Neal’s Dominance From Start To Finish

What happens when you combine power, will and skill with a seven-foot basketball player? You get Shaquille O’Neal, an all time great. From his early days in Orlando to his prime in Los Angeles and Miami, Shaquille O’Neal has been dominant. To seal his basketball resume, O’Neal is now enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame among basketball royalty. In the 1992 NBA … Continue reading Shaquille O’Neal’s Dominance From Start To Finish

LeBron James Agrees To Three-Year Deal With The Cleveland Cavaliers

LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed to a three-year, $100 million deal. LeBron James, the businessman, strikes again. The 31-year-old small forward and the Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed to a three-year contract extension worth $100 million (per ESPN). The deal came after an historic championship parade in Cleveland, multiple vacation getaways, acquisition of Mike Dunleavy (via trade) and the free agent signings of … Continue reading LeBron James Agrees To Three-Year Deal With The Cleveland Cavaliers

Carmelo Anthony Is Making An Impact On And Off The Court

Carmelo Anthony’s role as a leader is more evident now more than ever, and not just on the basketball court. Carmelo Anthony is attempting to lead Team USA to its third straight gold medal in the Rio 2016 Olympics next month. Many NBA superstars did not commit to this year’s national team for various reasons including LeBron James, Chris Paul, Stephen Curry and Russell Westbrook. … Continue reading Carmelo Anthony Is Making An Impact On And Off The Court

Dirk Gets Paid After Years Of Sacrifice

The Dallas Mavericks finally repay Dirk Nowitzki for all the financial sacrifices he’s made over the last few offseasons. Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks have finalized a two-year contract worth $50 million. The deal comes as no surprise, but the Mavericks have increased the amount from the original two-year, $40 million deal that was agreed on earlier this month. Loyalty and business are two … Continue reading Dirk Gets Paid After Years Of Sacrifice