With the 2018-2019 season over, it’s time to start thinking about next year. So today, I’ll be setting my own power rankings including brief descriptions for every team. Let’s get started Western Conference Golden State Warriors The Warriors are the team to beat, despite recent advancements in the West, Curry and the Warriors will continue to be a threat, with or without Klay and KD, … Continue reading Way Too Early Power Rankings for the 2019-2020 Season
We all know the name. Tacko Fall. This 7 foot 6 (perhaps 7) inch tall Senegalese hooper has garnered media attention and overall fan love. Tacko Fall’s rise to fame came when UCF pulled off an upset first round victory, and found themselves in the spotlight against the dominant Duke squad. Fall and UCF came so close to capturing yet another upset over Duke, only … Continue reading Everyone’s Favorite Giant : Tacko Fall – Where He Might Play
Ah yes, the long awaited Lavar Ball reaction to Lonzo’s trade to the New Orleans Pelicans. Clearly Lavar Ball wasn’t going to react well to Lonzo’s trade. Lavar actually only found out about the trade via PA speaker at Liangelo’s Drew League game. Many videos which I’ll attach below show Lavar’s sad and defeated face as he fathoms his son’s trade from his beloved Lakers. … Continue reading Lavar Ball Reacts to Lonzo’s Trade
For those of you new to this team, and this league; the Stingers are a professional basketball team in the CEBL (Canadian Elite Basketball League). There’s six teams in the CEBL and it’s considered Canada’s highest level of basketball play. Today we’re recapping the Edmonton Stingers game against the Hamilton Honey Badgers. The Badgers came out with the win in a nail-biter over the Stingers, … Continue reading CEBL – Edmonton Stingers Game Recap: June 14 vs Hamilton
Today I will be highlighting 3 teams I believe will break through next season, and 3 teams that will fall big time. This will be based on drafting, free agency predictions, as well as overall growth of existing players on the roster. Most Improved Phoenix Suns Phoenix has been waiting for a breakout season for some time now. Despite adding more and more pieces every … Continue reading Most Improved and Un-Improved Teams for Next Season
It has been announced that the Nets have shipped Allen Crabbe, the 17th overall pick, as well as future draft picks to the Hawks for Taurean Prince and a future second-round pick. This came as a surprise to NBA fans, as trades normally go down after the NBA finals. Regardless, this makes a huge splash in free agency, and the future of the Nets, and … Continue reading Breaking Down the Nets-Hawks Trade
With the NBA Finals underway, many fans are beginning to speculate about the free agency destinations for superstars like Kawhi Leonard, Kyrie Irving, Kemba Walker, and Kevin Durant among many others. An underrated way to build a team that is often overlooked is through the trade market. We hear every season about players who could be on the trading block. This year the “trade class” … Continue reading Bold Trades that Would Have Everyone SHOOK
As the season draws to a conclusion, I have decided to reflect on the rankings bleacher report provided us at the beginning of the season for the top 100 players. Noticing this list was very outdated, I decided, it’s time for a new, updated list. So allow me to introduce to you, the NBA Alerts Official Top 100 Players Rankings! All stats in this … Continue reading Top 100 NBA Players This Season
Today I will be ranking the top 3 players in a few different areas of basketball. This will be based on statistics and my individual opinion. Hope you enjoy. Top 3 Shooters Steph Curry Are you honestly surprised. Steph Curry could be the best shooter this game has ever seen. Year after year, Curry continues to expand his range. To this day he remains one … Continue reading Ranking The Top 3 Players in Every Category
History has proven that players who win Most Improved, often times become superstars in the league. Giannis Antetokounmpo, Victor Oladipo and perhaps Pascal Siakam are all names that come to mind. But lets look at some potential future MIP players… 1. Jeremy Lamb Jeremy Lamb is shaping up to be the number two man behind Hornets superstar Kemba Walker. Both of these players will be … Continue reading 5 Players Who Could Win Most Improved Next Season
It’s almost March, which means that the NBA standings are beginning to solidify themselves into who we could see in the playoffs. In the East, a massive battle ensues, realistically between getting the 6th seed, and the 11th seed. In the West, no team is truly safe, as the Warriors sit 11 wins over the Kings who hold the 9th seed. Today I’ll be breaking … Continue reading Playoff Battle Heating Up!
If there’s one thing sports fans love, it’s a good comeback story. Comeback stories demonstrate perseverance, heart, discipline and passion. The best thing about a comeback story is that it can happen to anyone, anytime. Many stories, like Derrick Rose’s revival have shook the league and truly inspired many. Today we’re going to have a look at 5 of the greatest comeback stories, that are … Continue reading 5 Potential Comeback Stories
Lonzo Ball is one of the more recognized musicians in the basketball community. Although many of his rap songs are actually just promotional music for his shoe brand “Big Baller Brand” some people don’t realize Lonzo Ball can actually rap. Ball has already hilariously featured in a lip-sync battle, but this time, Ball went for the big fish. Joining “Drop The Mic” Lonzo decided to … Continue reading Lonzo Ball GOES OFF on T-Pain!!!
Believe it or not, there is more beyond just the NCAA and NBA basketball leagues. There are many professional leagues outside the US which go heavily unnoticed. You may have heard of the usual Euro players like Luka Doncic, and Kristaps Porzingis, but there are so many other players out there who are just one good break away from the NBA. One thing NBA fans … Continue reading Exclusive Interview with Jonathan Williams!
The trade deadline has passed, and now, it’s time for us to decide who won and who didn’t over the last week. We’ll be considering any somewhat recent trades for our analysis today. We will also not be considering teams or players who should’ve made a trade or been traded; this article will focus solely on players and teams involved in the trades. WINNER: Dallas Mavericks Dallas … Continue reading Winners and Losers from the Trade Deadline
Former New York Knicks big man Enes Kanter is no doubt a special character in the NBA. He famously missed a game this season because he literally ate 7 triple patty burgers and got sick on his cheat day. But some of Kanter’s less fun happenings involve the Turkish government. You may have heard about Enes Kanter not travelling to London out of fear of … Continue reading Why Enes Kanter Could End Up in Jail!!!
Today, we’ll be looking into 1 Player, every team should look to trade. Now this is not necessarily because they are bad or expensive, it could just be because their trade value is so high, or they are not a good fit. At the end of the day, I just want to apologize to the people who’s favorite player I believe should be traded. Sorry. … Continue reading One Player Every Team Should Consider Trading
Over the years, the NBA has come up with some strange and unique policies. Coming from the fantasy draft rule that essentially states if 5 or more players on a team die, the team can draft players from other teams to fill their roster, all the way to… upside down headbands? The NBA has done it all. In this article, I will highlight a few … Continue reading 7 Accessories the NBA BANNED!!!
The All Star participants voting list was just released. Obviously, there’s some surprises. Some of the first things we were all thinking when we saw the list; Luka Doncic over AD and KD??? Jeremy Lin? Dwyane Wade second in East guards? Derrick Rose second in west guards?. There’s obviously a lot of debate about whether some of the players who were included on the list, … Continue reading 5 Players You Forgot to Vote Into the All Star Game
Let’s take a blast to the past and look at a few monumental moments on this date, December 18. December 18, 1960 On this date in 1960, Wilt Chamberlain of the Philadelphia Warriors (now Golden State Warriors) recorded an impressive double-double, recording an astonishing 32 points and 38 rebounds! Wilt and the Warriors went on to win this game against Oscar Robertson and the Cincinnati … Continue reading On This Date In NBA History – December 18
The Memphis Grizzlies are a team that not enough people are talking about. Being an active member of the online community around basketball, I’ve read so much about teams like the Lakers, Rockets, Celtics, Warriors among others. So let’s get away from all that and talk about… THE MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES!!! First I want to start by talking about some of the players who have made … Continue reading Breaking Down the Memphis Grizzlies