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
Injuries are one of the worst things that can happen to an NBA player. They derail careers, set back seasons, and can decide championships. No one wants them, and everyone feels bad for the players that have them. However, injuries have become even more apparent in today's modern NBA. Excluding the 2020-2021 season, which was … Continue reading What Makes a Player Injury Prone?
A while ago, I wrote 10 Things You May Not Have Known About the NBA or it's Players, and it seemed as though most people enjoyed it. So today, I'm creating a Part Two to that list, and hopefully you will learn some new interesting facts about the NBA. #10: Pau Gasol's Schooling Credit … Continue reading 10 More Things You May Not Have Known About The NBA and It’s Players
So far in his basketball career, Tacko Fall has not done much in the NBA. While he has been a G-League Sensation that cannot be stopped, Fall has shown the same promise while getting limited minutes after the game has been decided for the Boston Celtics, but simply doesn't receive that many chances to show … Continue reading What They Don’t Want You to Know about Tacko Fall
As many of the awards for this NBA season will soon be announced, there has been a lot of speculation about who deserves the Rookie of the Year (ROY) Award. The three finalists for the award are Lamelo Ball, Anthony Edwards, and Tyrese Haliburton. All three have had incredible rookie seasons, though it's safe to … Continue reading Who Deserves the Rookie of the Year Award?
One of the newest endorsement deals LeBron James has is with Lobos 1707, a Tequila brand. Unfortunately, a brief outdoor photoshoot for the company which, included guests such as Drake and Michael Jordan (the actor), was not allowed per NBA rules, even though the company required vaccinations and negative COVID-19 tests to attend. According to … Continue reading LeBron James Violates Health and Safety Protocols
Before the NBA Playoffs can start, the mini-playoffs to determine the last two seeds, known as the play-in, must commence. If you don't know, here are the rules of the play-in tournament: The 7 & 8 seeds will play each other in a sudden death matchup. Whoever wins this game receives the seventh seed.The 9 … Continue reading My Play-In Predictions:
As one chapter of basketball history is closed, another one opens and begins to write it's own story. The 2010s were historic in their own right with some crazy free agency signings (LeBron James and Chris Bosh, Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, Kevin Durant), some mythical runs (Derrick Rose and Jeremy Lin), some champions (The … Continue reading Five Stars That Will DOMINATE The 2020s
On May 10th, 2021, Russell Westbrook did something that we all knew was eventually going to happen: he broke the All-Time Triple-Double Record formerly held by Oscar Robertson. Robertson amassed 181 triple-doubles in his career, and against the Hawks, Westbrook had a stat line of 28 points, 13 rebounds, and 21 assists in securing his … Continue reading Russell Westbrook Breaks All-Time Triple-Double Record
The NBA, which launched the Basketball African League (BAL) during the 2020 All-Star weekend, will begin its inaugural season on May 16th. Credit to ESPN for picture The BAL will feature 12 teams around Africa that will each play 26 games. All the games will be played in Kigali Arena in Rwanda. Originally, the BAL … Continue reading NBA’s New Basketball League in Africa Debuting Soon