The AD trade Rumors: Where Will He Go?

Free agency will begin in a little less than three weeks, and as most NBA fans will be excited to see which teams sign which players, the Anthony Davis trade rumors have been reawakened and have been swirling around much more frequently. AD to LA? Many NBA reporters have reported that the Lakers and Pelicans were in deep discussion to get a deal done. All … Continue reading The AD trade Rumors: Where Will He Go?

Playoff Battle Heating Up!

It’s almost March, which means that the NBA standings are beginning to solidify themselves into who we could see in the playoffs. In the East, a massive battle ensues, realistically between getting the 6th seed, and the 11th seed. In the West, no team is truly safe, as the Warriors sit 11 wins over the Kings who hold the 9th seed. Today I’ll be breaking … Continue reading Playoff Battle Heating Up!

Under The Radar: Jordan Clarkson

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 his arrival. With the Lakers he was always known as an athletic player who could attack the rim. His jumper was good but the Lakers … Continue reading Under The Radar: Jordan Clarkson

LaVar Ball says NO to ‘Zo in NO

As trade talks get more serious between the New Orleans Pelicans and the Los Angeles Lakers in a deal that would send (at the minimum) Anthony Davis to join forces with LeBron James in Los Angeles, the reality of Lakers point guard Lonzo Ball being shipped off in a deal sinks in deeper. Whatever team picks up Lonzo Ball will of course also pick up … Continue reading LaVar Ball says NO to ‘Zo in NO

Klay Thompson lights Staples Center for 44 en route to a 130-111 win over Lakers

The NBA is in the endgame now. Despite the Los Angeles Lakers holding Stephen Curry to 11 points on poor efficiency, limiting Kevin Durant to 20 points, and forcing Demarcus Cousins and Draymond Green to combine for 13 points, they still lost this home game to the Golden State Warriors, thanks to #11 for the team in blue. This is what the media was saying the … Continue reading Klay Thompson lights Staples Center for 44 en route to a 130-111 win over Lakers

One Player Every Team Should Consider Trading

Today, we’ll be looking into 1 Player, every team should look to trade. Now this is not necessarily because they are bad or expensive, it could just be because their trade value is so high, or they are not a good fit. At the end of the day, I just want to apologize to the people who’s favorite player I believe should be traded. Sorry. … Continue reading One Player Every Team Should Consider Trading

Breaking Down the Top 5 Scoring Leaders and How They do It

We all get astonished at the scoring abilities of the NBA’s elite players and marvel in awe at the way they do it at times. I’ll break down the top 5 scoring leaders in terms of PPG show how they score. James Harden – 31.5 PPG: James Harden is scoring over 30 points per game, shooting 45.4% from the field, and so far shooting 37.1% from … Continue reading Breaking Down the Top 5 Scoring Leaders and How They do It

Are the Nuggets a contender team?

Are the Denver Nuggets guaranteed to go on playoffs? Are they contenders? These are the reasons that lead me to say yes! They have an excellent start. The best start since 1976-77. The last time they had a great start to the season, they made it to the conference semifinals, but lost in six games against Seattle, unable to make the conference final. They have … Continue reading Are the Nuggets a contender team?

On This Date In NBA History – December 18

Let’s take a blast to the past and look at a few monumental moments on this date, December 18. December 18, 1960 On this date in 1960, Wilt Chamberlain of the Philadelphia Warriors (now Golden State Warriors) recorded an impressive double-double, recording an astonishing 32 points and 38 rebounds! Wilt and the Warriors went on to win this game against Oscar Robertson and the Cincinnati … Continue reading On This Date In NBA History – December 18

Breaking Down the Memphis Grizzlies

The Memphis Grizzlies are a team that not enough people are talking about. Being an active member of the online community around basketball, I’ve read so much about teams like the Lakers, Rockets, Celtics, Warriors among others. So let’s get away from all that and talk about… THE MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES!!! First I want to start by talking about some of the players who have made … Continue reading Breaking Down the Memphis Grizzlies

Phoenix has agreed to a deal to send Trevor Ariza to Washington, league source tells ESPN.

Phoenix is sending Trevor Ariza to Washington for Kelly Oubre and Austin Rivers! Yesterday they were trying to trade Trevor Ariza in a three-way Deal that fell apart, because of miscommunication! They thought they would acquire Dillon Brooks but it was Marshon Brooks. Continue reading Phoenix has agreed to a deal to send Trevor Ariza to Washington, league source tells ESPN.

WILL CARMELO ANTHONY EVER PLAY AGAIN IN THE NBA?

Let’s talk about Carmelo Anthony. Will he play for a team in the NBA ever again? We can easily stay on the last impressions that he left us with the Rockets and the Thunder. Is he too old to play in the NBA? I do not believe that statement, since he continues to train, from what we see in some videos on Instagram. In my opinion, Carmelo Anthony has a … Continue reading WILL CARMELO ANTHONY EVER PLAY AGAIN IN THE NBA?

Can the Dwight Howard Drama be fake?

Some people are coming to the defense of embattled Washington Wizards big man Dwight Howard amidst all the harassment accusations being hurled at him by alleged former girlfriend Masin Elije. A number of Twitter users have tried to expose Elije for supposedly being a scam artist. According to a user that goes by the handle @TurntMinaj, this is actually not the first time Elije has tried to accuse a … Continue reading Can the Dwight Howard Drama be fake?

Stephen A. Smith Disagrees Lebron Choked Against The San Antonio Spurs

In the aftermath of the highly entertaining Lakers-Spurs game Monday night at the Staples Center, many fans and analysts find themselves questioning “The Chosen One”, once again: “Is Lebron James a clutch performer or a choker?” Lebron missed two free throws with 12.8 seconds left in overtime and went on to miss the potential game winning shot after Patty Mills drained the eventual game winner … Continue reading Stephen A. Smith Disagrees Lebron Choked Against The San Antonio Spurs

LeBron James Messes With The Media On Lakers/Rockets Fight

After the Rockets vs Lakers game on Saturday, the media was prepared to talk to LeBron James about his point of view on the fight that occurred between Chris Paul and Rajon Rondo. Every question that came James’ way was completely shut down and really a waist of time for all reporter’s who got nothing. In the Lakers practice today the media once again began … Continue reading LeBron James Messes With The Media On Lakers/Rockets Fight

Nuggets’ Will Barton to Undergo Adductor Muscle Surgery; Out 5-6 Weeks

Denver Nuggets guard Will Barton is scheduled to have surgery Tuesday on his adductor muscle, according to Marc J. Spears of ESPN. He is expected to be out five to six weeks for recovery. The injury first took place Saturday during a win over the Phoenix Suns when Barton went down and was eventually taken off the court in a wheelchair. He was diagnosed with a strained groin after an MRI, … Continue reading Nuggets’ Will Barton to Undergo Adductor Muscle Surgery; Out 5-6 Weeks

Lonzo Ball Expected To Play Wendsday Vs Warriors

Lakers Head Coach Luke Walton, said that Lonzo Ball is expected to play Wednesday in LA’s preseason game against the Warriors. Ball has been out with a torn meniscus in his left knee and has been limited from play all preseason long, plus in practice. There is speculation that Ball will be put on a minutes restriction especially for the preseason, so he can be … Continue reading Lonzo Ball Expected To Play Wendsday Vs Warriors

How Far Will The Cavs Go?

Over the past two years the Cleveland Cavaliers have suffered a couple losses. First in the 2016-17 off-season Kyrie Irving left to join Gordon Hayward and the rest of the Boston Celtics. This year they lost Lebron James who left to join Kyle Kuzma and the Los Angeles Lakers. After suffering the loss of Kyrie the Cavs made it to the NBA finals and ultimately … Continue reading How Far Will The Cavs Go?