All-NBA Third Team Prior To COVID-19 Situation

Another day in quarantine and another need for more sports entertainment. Here is the third and final part of the series where the hypothetical All-NBA Teams wee looked at. This one looks at the All-NBA Third Team. C: Joel Embiid - 44GP 23.4pts 11.8reb 3.1ast Jason Miller / Getty Images Joel Embiid has had an … Continue reading All-NBA Third Team Prior To COVID-19 Situation

NBA Coronavirus Update

Despite the NBA season currently being suspended, there has still been lots of news about how the Coronavirus is affecting the NBA. There’s more news on the severity of the virus and several NBA players that have stepped up to help their communities and there’s more news of people contracting it. The 2020 Tokyo Olympics … Continue reading NBA Coronavirus Update

All-NBA First Team Prior To COVID-19 Situation

The season has been suspended. Games have been postponed. Many great players were having career-years which were stopped short due to the coronavirus pandemic. This will be a series on the All-NBA Teams prior to the league’s suspension. In this first piece, players who would’ve made the first team will be looked at. Here they … Continue reading All-NBA First Team Prior To COVID-19 Situation

What Team Will DeMar DeRozan Sign With?

The NBA season might be on hold, but the speculation never stops! Just before the Coronavirus Pandemic, reports had come out that four-time All-Star DeMar DeRozan plans on declining his player option worth over $27.7 million. The Spurs had been negotiating with DeRozan for a bit but the two sides can’t come to an agreement … Continue reading What Team Will DeMar DeRozan Sign With?

This May Go Down as the Stupidest Moment in NBA History:

We all know about that cursed Jazz-Thunder game. Just before that game took place, the NBA postponed it and later told Adrian Wojnarowski reported that the Rudy Gobert had tested positive for Covid-19 and that the NBA season was suspended. The worst news in the basketball world since the death of Kobe Bryant just one … Continue reading This May Go Down as the Stupidest Moment in NBA History:

What Adam Silver Has Done For The NBA The Past 6 Months

Adam Silver, who has been the NBA commissioner since 2014, has handled many difficult situations affecting the NBA in a manner that should have him receive an award for his work. Of course, no one can replace David Stern and what he did for the NBA but Silver has done a fantastic job in continuing … Continue reading What Adam Silver Has Done For The NBA The Past 6 Months

Alerts Mailbag 3-5-2020

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: Zach Randolph is joining the BIG3 League after recently retiring from the NBA. The 38-year-old’s basketball career isn’t done yet. The Italian government will no … Continue reading Alerts Mailbag 3-5-2020

Rockets top Celtics in OT thriller

The Houston Rockets beat the Boston Celtics in overtime 111-110, riding on the back of a 41-point game by Russell Westbrook. The first half was all Celtics. They got to the rim through Houston’s stifling defense and jumped out to a 9-point lead in the first quarter. Jayson Tatum who had 3 straight games with … Continue reading Rockets top Celtics in OT thriller

Alerts Mailbag 2/28/2020:

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:

The 10 best players currently out of the post-season

The NBA has only 16 teams that make the post-season and some of the league’s best players don’t always make it. Some of the reasons may be because either the team just didn’t have the depth, or key role players may have been injured. Here are the top-10 best players this season who are currently … Continue reading The 10 best players currently out of the post-season

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:

How Brandon Knight is Reviving His Career

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

Adam Silver Tributes Kobe Bryant

Yesterday, during the NBA All-Star media day, Commissioner Adam Silver announced that the “KIA NBA All-Star Game MVP” will be permanently renamed to the “The Kia NBA All-Star Game Kobe Bryant MVP Award”. Silver stated “Kobe Bryant is synonymous with NBA All-Star and embodies the spirit of this global celebration of our game... He always … Continue reading Adam Silver Tributes Kobe Bryant

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

This is Andrew Wiggins last chance

The Former No. 1 overall pick has had a rocky career since being drafted in 2014. While he has shown glimpses of the talent he has, his overall production has been a disappointment. After being traded to the Golden State Warriors, Andrew Wiggins has one more chance to redeem himself. What is wrong with Wiggins: … Continue reading This is Andrew Wiggins last chance

D’Angelo Russell sent to Minnesota for Wiggins, 2021 First-Round pick

Bleacher Report | D'Angelo Russell Ruled Out of Warriors vs. Wizards Because of Quad Injury | 2020 The Golden State Warriors have agreed upon a deal to send All-Star D'Angelo Russell, Jacob Evans and Omari Spellman to the Minnesota Timberwolves in exchange for former No. 1 pick, Andrew Wiggins, a 2021 protected first-round pick and … Continue reading D’Angelo Russell sent to Minnesota for Wiggins, 2021 First-Round pick

Who Won the Hawks-Kings Trade?

Last night, the Atlanta Hawks and Sacramento Kings agreed to a deal centered around Sacramento’s Center, Dewayne Dedmon and Atlanta’s Power Forward, Jabari Parker. The two franchises are both likely in the lottery, trying to prepare for the near future. Atlanta has been active on the trade market, trying to acquire big men to play … Continue reading Who Won the Hawks-Kings Trade?

New Trade Rumors: Andre Drummond to the Clippers?

Trade rumors for the 26 year-old Center seemed to have died down after the inital report from Woj that said that the Hawks and Pistons had been in trade talks. Since then, several other teams including the Knicks and Celtics had reported interest in the NBA’s top rebounder as well. Those three teams thought that … Continue reading New Trade Rumors: Andre Drummond to the Clippers?

The Story of Steve Nash

Steve Nash is undoubtedly one of the games greatest point guards of all time. Many know of his name and success, but little know of the difficulties Nash faced. Steve Nash was born on February 7, 1974 in Johannesburg, South Africa. He grew up in a place where basketball was not popular, which showed in … Continue reading The Story of Steve Nash

Derrick Rose Reportedly Wants to Stay in Detroit

The Detroit Piston’s season is not going the way that they had hoped. Injuries to Blake Griffin, Reggie Jackson and Luke Kennard derailed their season. Many analysts had predicted that Detroit’s season would go this way because they had three of the most injury-prone players in the league. They had Blake Griffin and Reggie Jackson, … Continue reading Derrick Rose Reportedly Wants to Stay in Detroit

The Eastern Conference Snubbed Team

Image: Via CBS Sports The All-Star reserves were announced yesterday, completing the All-Star rosters for the 2020 All-Star game. Since the rosters only have 12 players, many players in each conference are going to be left out. This season was no different. Several players this year, whom were former All-Stars, are currently having the best … Continue reading The Eastern Conference Snubbed Team

Three Realistic D’Angelo Russell Trades

Image: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY SportsVia: Golden State of Mind The D’Angelo Russell trade rumors have been circulating ever since he signed with the Warriors. After this season, Curry and Klay are coming back and there’s not exactly a fit for Russell. Many speculated that Russell was simply acquired to be a trade piece later. He … Continue reading Three Realistic D’Angelo Russell Trades

Why The Grizzlies Will Make The Playoffs

The Memphis Grizzlies have been on fire recently and have won 6 in a row, and they have won 8 of the last 10. Currently sitting at 19-22, they are holding on to a two game lead as the 8th seed. During this winning streak they have impressed and upset teams such as the Clippers … Continue reading Why The Grizzlies Will Make The Playoffs

5 Trades that NEED to Happen Before the 2020 NBA Trade Deadline

We are now just under 4 weeks away from the 2020 NBA trade deadline and are already nearing the halfway point of the season. The Milwaukee Bucks and Los Angeles Lakers are leading their respective conferences, while the Atlanta Hawks and Golden State Warriors sit on the tail-end of theirs. The Utah Jazz and Oklahoma … Continue reading 5 Trades that NEED to Happen Before the 2020 NBA Trade Deadline

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