NBA Daily Run-Down, 08/19/19: Dwight Howard to Los Angeles, Lin to China, and more

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

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

BREAKING: Boogie Tears His ACL

Lately, Demarcus Cousins can’t catch a break. The former NBA All-Star, who has just rehabilitated from two difficult injuries (torn quad, torn Achilles) has just torn his ACL in a workout in Las Vegas. Shams Charania broke the news on Twitter earlier this morning, later tweeting that Boogie will undergo tests to confirm the diagnosis. This is a tough blow for Demarcus. He has battled … Continue reading BREAKING: Boogie Tears His ACL

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

2020 NBA Free Agency Preview

The 2019 NBA off-season has been one of the best and most fun summers in recent memory. Big name free agents changed teams and so many trades and signings that your head started to spin. Now that the water is still, it’s a great time to look ahead to next summer, 2020. As awesome as this summer was, 2020 NBA Free Agency doesn’t look like … Continue reading 2020 NBA Free Agency Preview

Off-Season Report Cards: Major Plays in the Pacific

Two legitimate contenders in Los Angeles. The potential collapse of a dynasty in The Bay. And… whatever the heck Phoenix is doing. This off-season has brought some very surprising shake-ups in the pacific division of the Western Conference and we’re here to dive in to grade each team’s front office on the moves they’ve made this Summer. Don’t see your favorite team on this list? Check out … Continue reading Off-Season Report Cards: Major Plays in the Pacific

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