Great NBA Teams to Never Reach the Finals (2000-2020)

Over the past 2 decades, the NBA has been dominated by many mini-dynasty runs. The Pistons, Lakers, Spurs, Celtics, Heat, Warriors and Cavaliers have all had periods of dominance, making multiple finals each. However, this has made it easy to forget some extremely talented teams, with huge expectations, that did not quite reach them. None … Continue reading Great NBA Teams to Never Reach the Finals (2000-2020)

A Look at the Careers of the 2020 Hall of Fame Class: Kevin Garnett

Garnett is one of the more underappreciated superstars to play the game. Garnett retired from the NBA in 2016 and is one year late to the Hall of Fame induction. KG made a name for himself as one of the best defenders in NBA history and was a regular in the NBA playoffs, making it … Continue reading A Look at the Careers of the 2020 Hall of Fame Class: Kevin Garnett

Assessing the Top Ten Upcoming Free Agents:

This summer may not have the same free agents as last year, but there are still several players that can be serviceable to many teams. This list does not include restricted free agents or players with an option of any kind; only the guaranteed unrestricted free agents (barring a contract extension) are going to be … Continue reading Assessing the Top Ten Upcoming Free Agents:

Alerts Mailbag 2/27/2020:

Your Leaguealerts Mailbag is going to keep you up to date on everything NBA. If you missed a game or didn’t hear about some major news, this is the place for you. This mailbag will be uploaded daily so that you can stay up to date on the NBA news! What’s happened: Joel Embiid got … Continue reading Alerts Mailbag 2/27/2020:

The Complete Guide to the Brooklyn Nets

The Nets had quite the offseason last summer. After finally obtaining some young talent in D’Angelo Russell, they decided to get rid of him so that they could sign Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. The acquisition of the two superstars immediately gave the team lots of attention. The Nets aren’t having that great of a … Continue reading The Complete Guide to the Brooklyn Nets

8 Stars Who Are Coming off Injury – Will They Ever Be The Same?

Often times, basketball related injuries end basketball careers. If they don't end careers, they often slow the player down, or make them less aggressive. Of course this is for large-scale injuries. Players bounce back from sore knees and sprained ankles easily. But a torn ACL, a ruptured Achilles, a broken leg, only a few come … Continue reading 8 Stars Who Are Coming off Injury – Will They Ever Be The Same?

Predicting the NBA Playoffs if They Started it Today

The All-Star break is here! With no basketball for about two weeks, the only thing we can do is speculate how the playoffs will turn out. The majority of playoff teams are set. There’s a three-game gap between the #8 and #9 in the East, and a four-game gap in the West. Inside the playoffs, … Continue reading Predicting the NBA Playoffs if They Started it Today

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 a mess. At a first glance, there's nothing wrong with this picture, but a second … Continue reading NBA’s All-Star Fan Voting Problem