Each NBA Contender’s Biggest Hole

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

2020 NBA Schedule – The Best Games in October and November

October and November of each NBA season offers some of the best match-ups we can because the season is brand new. We all have been anticipating these match-ups and seeing our favorite players since May or June (or April if you’re a Laker fan like me), and the NBA itch has only gotten stronger. With the schedule being released, like most of you I’m sure, … Continue reading 2020 NBA Schedule – The Best Games in October and November

The Revolving Door of Boston Celtics Point Guards

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

Boston Celtics sign Tacko Bell… I Mean Fall

Tacko Fall found a landing spot this Thursday, with the Boston Celtics signing the undrafted rookie to an undisclosed deal. Fall, 23, will take the fifteenth and final spot on the Celtics’ roster. Fall, a fan favorite out of the University of Central Florida, averaged 11.1 points, 7.6 rebounds, and 2.1 blocks per game in 33 appearances throughout his senior season. Fall’s name gained recognition … Continue reading Boston Celtics sign Tacko Bell… I Mean Fall

I’d Take NBA Duos Over NBA Superteams Any day

The NBA is more competitive now than it has been in a long time. I’ll take a league full of duos instead of superteams any day, but people don’t understand why.  The last four to five year have been daunting to look at and some could argue that it’s because my team isn’t winning, I don’t know basketball, or I’m simply a hater.. I’ve read … Continue reading I’d Take NBA Duos Over NBA Superteams Any day