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
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 Noticing this list was very outdated, I decided, it’s time for a new, updated list.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
Four topics featuring news all over the basketball world, from the reigning powers in the West Coast to the 360 whopper placed in the rim by Zion Williamson. Continue reading January’s Four for Nine
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!!
The Kings say guard Bogdan Bogdanovic will have an arthroscopic procedure on his left in New York on Monday. He exited Serbia’s 91-65 World Cup Qualifying victory over Estonia on Monday after experiencing left knee discomfort early in the first quarter. Continue reading Bogdan Bogdanovic will have an arthroscopic