On the 22nd of January, 2006, the Toronto Raptors were in Los Angeles to play the Lakers at Staples Centre. Chris Bosh played 43 minutes and scored 18 points, grabbed 8 rebounds and got 2 assists. José Calderón scored 4 points in 13 minutes of play. Mike James got a double double with a team … Continue reading Classic Game Reviews: Toronto Raptors @ Los Angeles Lakers; Kobe’s 81-Point Game
Before the season was surprisingly suspended indefinitely, NBA fans around the world were viewing an interesting but hard-fought MVP battle. This battle was between none other than the King himself, LeBron James, and the reigning MVP, Giannis Antetokounmpo. Both have made convincing cases and arguments to why they should win MVP. If the season did … Continue reading An MVP Race For the Ages
Too much news for you to keep up with last night? Look no further! The Leaguealerts mailbag has all of the information that you missed yesterday! Here’s what you missed: NBA News: Rookie of the Year frontrunner, Ja Morant showed some love to Houston’s Russell Westbrook. He explained how Wesbrook has been disrespected and that … Continue reading Alerts Mailbag 2/28/2020:
Recent rumors have been stirring that superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo and his brothers, Thanasis and Kostas, are thinking of teaming up in either Milwaukee or Los Angeles. Giannis slowly became one of the best players in NBA history after being selected 15th overall by the Bucks in 2013, arguably the best non-lottery pick in history. Giannis, … Continue reading Antetokounmpo Brothers Unite?
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?
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
What an offseason. All the superstar free agents signed, all the bench players have signed, but wait! There's more. Many don't realize that there are still so many good options. Today, we'll be looking at 12 free agents who are still on the market, and where they could go! Iman Shumpert Shumpert's career experienced a … Continue reading Forgotten Free Agents Who Haven’t Signed Yet! (Part 2)
Honorable Mention : Terry Rozier Terry Rozier was the biggest winner of the 2019 NBA Free Agency, without a doubt. He doesn't deserve 3 years $58 million, especially from the Charlotte Hornets. He was given a very generous contract, and will likely be the starting point guard for Charlotte, which is also incredibly generous. Terry … Continue reading Winners and Losers of the NBA Offseason
When the Lakers traded away Lonzo Ball in the Anthony Davis deal, they left themselves with a pretty big hole at the point guard position. D'Angelo Russell, Kemba Walker, and Kyrie Irving were all targeted by the Lakers, but they missed out on all three of them, signing Quinn Cook and Rajon Rondo instead. Neither … Continue reading LeBron James: The New Magic Johnson?
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 reports coming out stating that Kawhi was either going back to the Raptors or to … Continue reading What Kawhi Leonard and Paul George to the Los Angeles Clippers means for the NBA
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. He’s slightly undersized for the position he's being drafted at, but with a 6’10 wingspan … Continue reading 2019 NBA Mock Draft w/Trades