The Charlotte Hornets were once a promising franchise with two young superstars that seemed destined for greatness. 25 years later, the Hornets are the consensus pick to be the worst NBA team in 2019/20 and they are most famous for being owned by Michael Jordan. The Hornets just released their latest jersey throwback, a purple beauty from the ’94/95 season. This franchise’s best memories are … Continue reading What happened to the Charlotte Hornets?
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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
Lakers interested in acquiring Dwight Howard Dwight Howard and the Los Angeles Lakers could be reuniting for the upcoming NBA season, per Shams Charania. Howard, an eight time NBA all-star, is considering a second stint with the Lakers following the ACL injury that will sideline Demarcus Cousins for the 2019-2020 campaign. Currently a member of the Grizzlies, Howard would need express permission from his current … Continue reading NBA Daily Run-Down, 08/19/19: Dwight Howard to Los Angeles, Lin to China, and more
After a Summer loaded with fireworks, the current NBA can be summed up with a single word; balance. After a decade of super-teams dominating at the top of the league, the term balance almost seems foreign, but here we are, with nearly a dozen teams having a legitimate shot at an NBA championship. However, no team is flawless, and each of the top contenders have … Continue reading Each NBA Contender’s Biggest Hole
Sebastian Telfair, once a 5 Star Recruit and a Louisville Commit. He was born in Brooklyn, New York where he was ranked 2nd in point guards in the nation, along with being 6th overall. He was a great talent but it didn’t replicate in the league, why? His road to the league was straight from High School, passing up on Louisville and was drafted 13th … Continue reading Sebastian Telfair’s Career Spiraled Down Fast