The NBA season is almost under way, and it’s time to place your bets. Who will dethrone the Greek Freak and take home the NBA MVP Award? Continue reading The NLJ Way-Too-Early NBA Awards Prediction
Everyone has their respective opinion of LeBron James but most don’t care enough to really dig into the reality of his career.
Continue reading The Truth About LeBron James
With 2k releasing their starting five for the all decade teams I wanted to put my own spin of these teams. The NBA has hundreds of talented players that have come through and stamped their legacy. It is only fair to give them the credit they deserve. 1950’s: Starting 5 Bench Notable Mentions: Bill Russell who only played three seasons in this decade didn’t have … Continue reading JMan’s All Decade Teams Since 1950
The 90’s is a glorified era of basketball that consisted of physical play, huge dunks, and tons of trash talk. In the spirit of TBT, here are my 5 favorite players from the ’90s. Continue reading TBT: My 5 Favorite Players from the ’90s
Every athlete struggles with their process of getting back out onto the court, an obstacle I don’t think many people have faced. For me it’s taken a lot longer than anticipated. Basketball has been a huge part of my lifestyle ever since I could remember. Take me back to the days where I would pretend I was Joe Johnson; mirroring his every move on the … Continue reading JMan’s Untold Stories: I May Never Be Able to Play Basketball Again
Agawam, MA—- Agawam Alum Tyler Desrosiers has been on a journey that many kids today would dream of. Desrosiers who is just 23 years of age has played through three levels of basketball and has experienced a laundry list of achievements. It all started in a small town of Agawam that holds a home to 30,000 people. “I was born and raised in Agawam” Desrosiers … Continue reading One on One with Tyler Desrosiers