What do fans love more than van engagement. Fans love to vote in their favorite players, and are able to feel a sense of pride when those players are selected. In theory, it’s a great idea, but in execution, it’s … Continue reading NBA's All-Star Fan Voting Problem
Rookie NBA coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers, John Beilein, had quite the slip-up the other day. In a film session, in the teams hotel in Detroit, John Beilein was explaining how he admired his players’ hustle, claiming that they are … Continue reading Beilein shocks Cavaliers, Accidentally Calls Players "Thugs"
With the trade deadline in a about a month teams are settling into their roles of rebuilding, selling, buying, or contending. Teams are figuring out where they stand on that scale and for the teams that are not contending, they … Continue reading Players That Could Be Traded Before The Trade Deadline
This year there were a few teams that were guaranteed a lottery spot, no matter who you asked. Teams such as the Cavaliers and Suns are the two that stand out the most. These two teams are very young and … Continue reading Biggest Surprises Of The Season So Far
Bucks Clippers Nuggets Lakers 76ers Rockets Jazz Trailblazers Warriors Nets Celtics Spurs Raptors Pistons Maverick Pacers Heat Kings Magic Thunder Hawks Pelicans Bulls Timberwolves Knicks Suns Grizzlies Wizards Cavs Hornets Continue reading LEAGUE ALERTS Week 1 NBA Power Rankings
Denver Nuggets Western Conference Finals The Denver Nuggets came within just minutes of a Western Conference Finals appearance this past postseason, falling to the Portland Trailblazers 100-96 in a second-round game 7. For a Denver team with an average age … Continue reading Three Words to Describe Every NBA Team Today (part 2)
Atlanta Hawks Underrated Young Core This past season Atlanta surprised a lot of people, and it was not because of their ability to win games. Throughout their 29-win season, the Hawks proved to have one of the most talented young … Continue reading Three Words to Describe Every NBA Team Today (part 1 of 2)
We sure do love a good breakthrough story. There are so many young potential filled players who are due to break out onto the scene of eliteness. Today, we’ll highlight a few players (one from each team that is) that … Continue reading 1 Breakout Candidate from Every Team
The 2019 NBA Draft went nothing like we thought it would. Every year teams take players earlier than projected, and every year players fall, but this year it seemed more extreme than usual. It was almost like we were … Continue reading 6 Unexpected picks in the 2019 NBA Draft
1.) New Orleans Pelicans – Zion Williamson PF Duke – Freshman – 6’7 – 285 LBS The clear cut number one overall pick. He’s a generational athlete, and he has the potential to be a perennial all-star in the NBA. … Continue reading 2019 NBA Mock Draft w/Trades
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 … Continue reading Way Too Early Power Rankings for the 2019-2020 Season
Before I get into these trades, I first want to preface this by saying that these may not be the most realistic of trades. Players like Clint Capela and Mike Conley are currently being looked at by teams, but the … Continue reading 5 Potential Offseason Trades
The Cleveland Cavaliers landed the 5th pick in this year’s NBA Draft. Although this is disappointing given that the Cavs shared the best odds to land the #1 overall pick with the Phoenix Suns and New York Knicks, the 2019 … Continue reading Breaking Down the Draft: The Cleveland Cavaliers
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 … Continue reading Top 100 NBA Players This Season
In 2014 with the 46th pick overall in the second round the Los Angeles Lakers selected Jordan Clarkson out of Mizzou. This 2nd round pickup ended up being a 1st team all rookie and has excelled in the NBA since … Continue reading Under The Radar: Jordan Clarkson
It’s time to vote for your 2019 All-star players!! Do you want to see who I picked up? There is the link to go vote: on.nba.com/2Lp27Lb Continue reading It’s TIME TO VOTE!!
Kevin Love Reportedly Could Miss at Least a Month with Toe Injury Continue reading Kevin Love to miss at least 1 month..
Walking into Quicken Loans Arena for the Cleveland Cavaliers’ home opener was an odd experience. Odd in how the energy in the building, if there was any at all, matched that of a lowly preseason game. A team’s fan base is essential to how it performs and how it gets through the rough patches of the season. The majority of the fans for the past four years are long gone. However, the die-hard Cavs fans have not left, but without their king, they are without real purpose to cheer their hearts out. It is because of the organization or all the … Continue reading Cavs vs. Hawks-10/21 Followup
Larry Nance Jr will make his season debut tonight against the Atlanta Hawks. He will come off of the bench and be on a minutes restriction. Nance has missed the start of the regular due to a sprained ankle. He … Continue reading Larry Nance Jr To Make His Debut Tonight
LeBron James reportedly urged his former team the Cleveland Cavaliers, to trade for Michael Beasley before last years trade deadline. Dave McMenamin of ESPN reported that James first admired Beasley’s skill set when he took his talents to south beach. … Continue reading LeBron Reportedly Urged The Cavs To Trade For Michael Beasley Last Year
It’s really nice From JR. To take everything that happened last season into some funny jokes. Let’s us know in the comment if you will go watch this movie? -Nba Alerts Official Owner! Continue reading J.R. Smith stars in an ad for the upcoming animated movie “Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch.
Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Collin Sexton might be a 19-year-old, but Channing Frye says he has established himself as a force among grown men. Sexton was easily the most intense player selected in the 2018 NBA Draft. The Cavs chose him No. 8 overall, and expect him to become the team’s leader in due time. Frye spoke up and had an interesting way to describing Sexton’s demeanor during practice. “He’s a very nice guy off the court and he’s a dick on the court,” Frye told Joe Vardon of The Athletic. “If you’re not on his team, he doesn’t care about your feelings. He’s … Continue reading Channing Frye’s calls Collin Sexton a ‘di*k’ on the court
Yeah. That was…something, for sure. Now that he’s officially a Laker, what he told Lonzo in an interview with ESPN LA’s Mason and Ireland. According to Bron himself, “The gist of it was at the end of the day, no one can … Continue reading We now know what LeBron James said to Lonzo Ball last year!
After a couple of months of relative quiet, the NBA is stepping back into the spotlight, as teams open their training camps. Later this week, pre-season games kick off, marking the first time full teams will be in action since June’s Finals. One player who wouldn’t be blamed for relishing a chance to put some distance between himself and those Finals is J.R. Smith. That’s because he was responsible for the most memorable sequence of that series, in which the Golden State Warriors swept his Cleveland Cavaliers, when he committed a mental blunder at the end of regulation in Game … Continue reading Cavaliers’ J.R. Smith at peace with NBA Finals blunder
Former Cavs GM David Griffin on JR Smith: – “I think the fact that he got guaranteed money moving forward really made it so he was less likely to keep himself in shape than when he was going year to … Continue reading Former Cavs GM David Griffin about JR Smith