If you are a basketball fan, keep track of upcoming college recruits, or follow any highlight pages on social media, you know the name Mikey Williams. He is the high school freshman sensation who is highly touted to be the #1 recruit for the 2023 class, and likely wind up being a very high NBA … Continue reading Mikey Williams : Future Superstar
In light of the conclusion of the last dance documentary, and all of the Jordan vs Lebron discussions going on, I thought I would expand the argument a little. Rather than debating between the two player's, let's compare their eras of NBA basketball. In this article, I will be creating what I would consider the … Continue reading NBA Era Debate: 80s/90s vs 2000s
One major sport is now expected to be returning sometime in July, as the NHL players and league have agreed on a 24-team playoff that would crown a champion late this summer. There will be no fans in attendance, and the location(s) where games will be played are yet to be announced. This is a … Continue reading NHLPA and NHL agree on 24-team Playoff
With the 'Last Dance' documentary just finishing, I think it is fitting to take a look back at a duo of players from that same era, who never had the same team success Jordan had. While teammates in Utah, Stockton and Malone were both dominant players in their own regard, and deserve more respect. Both … Continue reading Underrated Duo: John Stockton and Karl Malone
Atlanta Hawks forward, and potential 2021 free agent John Collins has reportedly come out and said he hopes to resign with the Hawks long-term, for max contract money once his rookie deal is up. Despite Collins showing lots of promise, and having all-star potential and talent, this does come as a bit of a surprise … Continue reading John Collins Hoping for Max Contract
In this article, I will be going through some of college basketball's best seniors from this past season, who I believe can be successful in the NBA, and describing what their roles may be. Most years, the draft is dominated by freshmen and sophomores who were highly recruited, with very few 3rd or 4th year … Continue reading College Basketball Seniors who can Succeed at the Next Level
In the first installment of a new series I'm starting, I will be analyzing the career and current status or players who received all-rookie 1st team positions in their first years. I will start it off with the 2010-11 all-rookie first team, featuring Demarcus Cousins, Landry Fields, Blake Griffin (ROTY), Gary Neal and John Wall. … Continue reading 2010 All-Rookie 1st Team: Where are They Now?
Tuesday, the Jets signed running back Frank Gore to a 1 year deal, and he will backup Le'veon Bell this season. This is Gore's third AFC East team in 3 years, after stints in Miami and Buffalo. What is remarkable, is that the now 37-year old Gore is still producing, at a very impressive rate … Continue reading The Ageless Wonder: Frank Gore