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
Brandon Knight, better known as ‘the guy drafted before Kemba Walker’ in 2011, was once considered a future All-Star. After making the All-Rookie 1st team in his rookie season, the Detroit Pistons were hopeful that they finally had their Point Guard for the future. He had a lot of promise and a lot of expectations, … Continue reading How Brandon Knight is Reviving His Career
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?
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
Honorable Mention : Landry Shamet Landry Shamet surprised a lot of people in his rookie season. He showed that he's a threat from deep, who can also make you pay off the dribble. He shot 42% from 3 on five attempts per game, which is better than both JJ Redick's and Ray Allen's rookie seasons. … Continue reading 5 Underrated Shooting Guards in the NBA
Honorable Mention : Jalen Brunson Jalen Brunson flew under the radar in his rookie season due to the massive amount of hype surrounding rookie sensation, Luka Dončić. He started 38 games for Dallas last season (his role increased after Dennis Smith Jr's, involvement in the Kristaps Porzingis trade). He averaged 9.3 points, 2.3 rebounds, and … Continue reading 5 Underrated Point Guards in the NBA
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
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