Just when I think James Dolan couldn’t top Dan Gilbert for being the worst NBA owner, Dolan goes and gives himself a fair argument for that debate. Just in; the Knicks have traded their franchise player and young star in Kristaps Porzingis to the Dallas Mavericks. The details as we know it to be for now are below: Mavericks Recieve: Kristaps Porzingis Courtney Lee Tim … Continue reading Mark Cuban Does it Again, A New Dynasty is Created in Dallas….
Rockets GM Daryl Morey stirred up a lot of talk and controversy recently by saying that Harden could be the best offensive player ever in the NBA. It’s stoll premature in my opinion to say this but at least he’s turned eyes away from the “GOAT” conversation for a moment. He believes Harden is at least in the conversation which is debatable. After he recent … Continue reading Is James Harden the Greatest Offensive Player Ever?
June 25, 2009 and on… Wardell “Stephen” Curry II is drafted in the 1st round with the 7th overall pick. Thus, a new era begins. Steph Curry proceeds to prove all doubters wrong as he shows he can play in the NBA, putting up the following numbers: 17.5 PPG 5.9 APG 4.5 RPG 46.2% FG Percentage 43.7% 3-Point Percentage 166 3-Pointers Made (Most all-time by a rookie at that … Continue reading The Golden Dynasty
We all get astonished at the scoring abilities of the NBA’s elite players and marvel in awe at the way they do it at times. I’ll break down the top 5 scoring leaders in terms of PPG show how they score. James Harden – 31.5 PPG: James Harden is scoring over 30 points per game, shooting 45.4% from the field, and so far shooting 37.1% from … Continue reading Breaking Down the Top 5 Scoring Leaders and How They do It
It’s not hard to find something hilarious from the situation. Whether it’s the double step-back travel, Harden’s comment on his travel, or the whole thing inevitably blowing up on social media, this whole situation was crazy. As much as Harden is criticized for his way of drawing fouls and getting away with calls, this moment will definitely be pointed out as he drew 3 free … Continue reading James Harden’s Ridiculous Double Step-Back Travel
We’ve already seen a few trades that have been interesting to say the least with Jimmy Butler ending up in Philadelphia and Mathew Dellavendova going back to Cleveland. Though, would it hurt to see some more trades that could affect standings in the NBA? Nah. With that being said, here are some interesting trade scenarios that are possible. Lakers Get a Shooter We all know … Continue reading 4 Trades That Would Shake up the NBA
It wasn’t too long ago that the Houston Rockets were up 3-2 on the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals with an amazing chance to go to the NBA Finals and win a championship before they inevitably lost after Chris Paul got injured. So, who’d think the Rockets wouldn’t have another good chance in the 2018-19 season even while losing Trevor Ariza and … Continue reading The Reason the Rockets Aren’t Playing Well