The Phoenix Suns have won an absolutely ridiculous 18 games in a row at this point, which is a franchise record for the team. They have great players leading the charge, a great coach in Monty Williams, and a not-so-great front office run by Robert Sarver. However, despite the scandal revolving around the Suns' front … Continue reading How Have the Phoenix Suns Stayed This Good?
Throughout the history of the NBA, there have been a lot of advertising campaigns, both to promote the NBA and other brands. While some are iconic and will live on in NBA immortality forever (Be Like Mike), others rose to popularity simply because of how funny they were, or how people had never seen anything … Continue reading 5 of the Best Advertisements featuring NBA Players
Throughout NBA history, we have been blessed to see some of the greatest players and dunkers ever to win the Slam Dunk Contest, including players such as Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan, Dominique Wilkins, Zach LaVine, Aaron Gordon, and Vince Carter. However, we have also seen some incredible three-point contest champions, such as Stephen Curry, Klay … Continue reading Who’s More Successful: Three-Point Champions or Dunk Contest Champions?
For fans of Team USA Basketball, this year has been a rollercoaster. After losing multiple exhibition games, and an 83-76 loss against France in the preliminary rounds, everyone was freaking out over American basketball. The US was 54-2 in exhibition games, and hadn't lost games in the Olympics since 2004... how come that record ballooned … Continue reading What’s the Deal With Team USA?
The 2003 NBA Draft class has been regarded for quite some time as one of the best drafts. It's agreed that 2003 wasn't better than the 1996 NBA Draft, featuring Ray Allen, Allen Iverson, Stephon Marbury, Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, Marcus Camby, Jermaine O'Neal, and many more. The 1984 draft is also agreed to be … Continue reading An Unpopular Opinion: The 2003 NBA Draft Class Is Overrated
During Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals between the Milwaukee Bucks and Brooklyn Nets, Kevin Durant, the 2014 NBA MVP, had the best game of his entire career, scoring 49 points, dishing out 10 assists, grabbing 17 rebounds, blocking two shots, and poking away the ball for two steals. This triple-double stat line and … Continue reading Kevin Durant’s Performance Was WAY More Dominant Then you Think
Credit to Sports Illustrated for Picture After winning the last six of seven games and an incredibly difficult West Coast road trip, the Wizards are 12-18, good for the 12th seed in the Eastern Conference. It may sound insane to be calling a 12th seed contenders to win the Eastern Conference, but I think the … Continue reading The Wizards may be Dark Horse Contenders in the East. Here’s Why . . .
Today I'm ranking the five best second-round picks in NBA history. While tons of talent has been drafted throughout NBA history, it's a lot more difficult to find All-Stars or All-NBA caliber players in the second round; however, certain teams have a knack for drafting the best players available, even if not the most highly … Continue reading Ranking the Five Best Second-Round Picks Ever
Today we're finishing off the ranking every NBA team's second option series. If you haven't read the first two, read Part 1 and Part 2 before you read this one, as they give context into how the rankings work and previous rankings. Disclaimer: This blog is my opinion, and my opinion only #9: Utah Jazz … Continue reading Ranking Every NBA Team’s Second Option in the 2020-2021 Season (Part 3)