NBA's All-Star Fan Voting Problem

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

LEAGUE ALERTS Week 1 NBA Power Rankings

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

Three Words to Describe Every NBA Team Today (part 2)

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)

Three Words to Describe Every NBA Team Today (part 1 of 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)

1 Breakout Candidate from Every Team

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 Battle Between The Staples Center…. Which Los Angeles Team Will Win The West And How Will The Western Conference Playoffs Shape Up

The NBA is a crazy place, and that is why we all love it. The trades, signings, the excitement that it brings is something that no other sport can do. The NBA was struck by many things tonight. In Las … Continue reading The Battle Between The Staples Center…. Which Los Angeles Team Will Win The West And How Will The Western Conference Playoffs Shape Up

What Kawhi Leonard and Paul George to the Los Angeles Clippers means for the NBA

  The race for Kawhi Leonard is finally over, and the underdog came out on top. Kawhi Leonard is coming back home to Southern California to play for the Los Angeles Clippers. They seemed like the underdog throughout, with multiple … Continue reading What Kawhi Leonard and Paul George to the Los Angeles Clippers means for the NBA

Best Free Agents who still need a team!

The first wave of free agents have made their commitments. While this free agency has certainly been shocking and wild, there’s still many free agents who need a team this upcoming season. Here’s some of the top free agents who … Continue reading Best Free Agents who still need a team!

2019 NBA Mock Draft w/Trades

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

Way Too Early Power Rankings for the 2019-2020 Season

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

Top 100 NBA Players This Season

                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

L.A. Clippers have traded forward Wesley Johnson to the New Orleans Pelicansfor center Alexis Ajinca

The L.A. Clippers have traded forward Wesley Johnson to the New Orleans Pelicans for center Alexis Ajinca, according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania. The Clippers will waive Ajinca after the deal becomes official, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Johnson could quickly find himself in a prominent role with New Orleans, as the Pelicans lack depth and defensive versatility on the perimeter. Ajinca is owed $5.3 million this season, giving the Clippers a cheaper option than releasing Johnson and his remaining $6.1 million. The Clippers will also reportedly part with guard Juwan Evans to get their roster to 15 players before the regular season begins. Continue reading L.A. Clippers have traded forward Wesley Johnson to the New Orleans Pelicansfor center Alexis Ajinca