There’s always bad to come with the good, right? Not every rookie can live up to expectations, and some will ultimately end up playing worse than expected, in regards to the pick that they were drafted with. Consider that this doesn’t mean they are automatically a bust, because who is and isn’t a bust is hard to determine, and takes more than one season to … Continue reading Three Rookies That Might Disappoint This Season
Every year it seems like there are a couple of rookies that perform better their draft stock. Sometimes players in their first year blow up, and have us saying “how was he a not top five pick?” And General Managers saying “why didn’t we pick him?” Take a look at three rookies that have the ability to play above expectations this year, or being considered … Continue reading Three Rookies That Could Be Draft Steals
With all the movement of this past NBA offseason, there are a lot of players that switched teams, and some that flew under the radar. There are always acquisitions that have more value down the road then what they might seem at the time. Take a look at four players who have the chance to make a big impact on their new teams. I’m not … Continue reading Faces in New Places That Can Make a Big Impact
This off-season has been nothing short of crazy, with so many stars moving teams, and the NBA completely reshaping before the 2019-2020 season. One of the biggest and most surprising moves had to be the Russell Westbrook trade. After Paul George was traded from the Thunder to the Clippers, Russell Westbrook who we know as one of the most loyal players in the league, was … Continue reading Westbrook and Harden – Do They Shine or Go Up in Flames?
With Kyrie Irving signing with the Nets, and Kemba Walker becoming the new star of the Boston Celtics, the revolving door of Celtics point guards continues. Ever since Danny Ainge performed the famous highway robbery of the Brooklyn Nets it seems like the starting point guard role has been switching every year or so. Sometimes it’s good to get a fresh start, but it’s hard … Continue reading The Revolving Door of Boston Celtics Point Guards
With the NBA offseason winding down, some clear championship favorites have emerged, and superstar talent is moving all around. However, every year there are teams under the radar that always perform way better than the expectations laid out for them. Sleepers always seem to come out of nowhere, but for now we will be looking at a pair of teams I think can surprise us … Continue reading Two NBA Sleeper Teams for the 2019-20 Season