We all know the story of Kevin Durant betrayed Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder and joined the 73-9 Warriors. The Golden State Warriors had won a championship in 2015 and had just blown a 3-1 Finals lead in 2016 against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers after breaking the record for the most … Continue reading Did Kevin Durant Really Make Basketball Lame……. For the Warriors?
The 2018 finals wasn’t as thrilling as you would’ve expected, considering the Cavs got swept. In fact, the only takeaway was a meme about JR Smith and LeBron James. However, a little sideline argument broke out between Kendrick Perkins and Stephen Curry, and Kendrick Perkins finally sheds some light on it. David Richard, USA TODAY … Continue reading Kendrick Perkins Explains 2018 Finals Incident.
The skills challenge has tested players ability to get through an obstacle course has fast as possible. If we held a skills challenge with NBA legends, who would come out victorious? Let’s meet the participants! 4 Bigs 1. LeBron James Photo By Chris Elise/Getty Images James’s Notable achievements: • 3× NBA champion (2012, 2013, 2016)• … Continue reading The Ultimate Skills Challenge [YOU VOTE]
This era of basketball depends on one thing on the offensive end: the 3-point shot. Without it, your team is considered to be unsuccessful. There has been many great shooters to pass through this league’s history. Let’s introduce those guys! 1. Stephen Curry Photo by Doug Duran/Getty Images Curry’s notable achievements: • Hold record for … Continue reading The Ultimate 3-point Contest
The generally accepted theory is that there are six conceivable best players in the NBA; players that if someone was to claim are the best in the world you wouldn’t look to place them under psychiatric supervision. Those six players are Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, LeBron James, Kawhi Leonard, James Harden, and Giannis Antetokoumpo. Over … Continue reading Who is the best player in the league? Part (1/7)
Draft mistakes are common in the NBA. Many fans hate their general managers for the poor scouting and poor choosing. However, some general managers pick guys with good talent, but at the wrong time... 1. Andrew Wiggins Photo by Matt York/Associated Press Andrew Wiggins was expected to be the next Kobe coming into the NBA. … Continue reading Top Five ‘Not Quite Busts’ Draft Disappointments
On March 2nd 1962 the New York Knicks were in Pennsylvania to take on the Philadelphia Warriors. Wilt Chamberlain and Guy Rodgers both played 48 minutes for the Warriors. Guy Rodgers shot 25% from the field shooting 1-4 and shot 75% from the free throw line with 9-12. He grabbed 7 rebounds, scored 11 points … Continue reading Classic Game Reviews: Wilt Chamberlain 100 Points
Referees are an integral part of every sport. They make the calls that give teams opportunities to either score or make a call that gives a team a disadvantage during the game. They have the hardest job in the game and also have the power to change fortunes for either team. But, they are depicted … Continue reading Should Refs Be Punished For Sub-par Officiating?