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Tag: Kyrie Irving
Trader Danny’s Best Moves as a GM
Danny Ainge is one of the best General Managers (GMs) in the history of the NBA, and one of the reasons why is that he's never afraid to make a big move (hence his nickname, Trader Danny). Ainge has great insight into who can develop into an All-Star (and who can't), and knows when it's … Continue reading Trader Danny’s Best Moves as a GM
Addressing the Rumors Between the Lakers, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Durant
It's been no surprise to anyone that the drama throughout free agency has been largely pointed at two teams; the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets. Neither team has failed to make headlines in the past few years, bringing in lots of All-Stars (or former All-Stars), and drama. For the Nets, they had one of … Continue reading Addressing the Rumors Between the Lakers, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Durant
Important Trades Happening, Player Options Declined Before Start of Free Agency
Free agency starts at 6 PM Eastern Time on June 30th, and before free agency starts, there's generally a decent amount of buzz. Yesterday was the deadline for players who have a player option to opt in or out, and enter unrestricted free agency. Kyrie Irving made possibly the most noise by opting into his … Continue reading Important Trades Happening, Player Options Declined Before Start of Free Agency
The Brooklyn Nets’ Soap Opera is Over, For Now
Kyrie Irving decided to opt into his player-option worth $36.5 million on June 27th, putting an end to all the drama and chaos surrounding the Brooklyn Nets in free agency. It was widely speculated that Irving would opt out of his contract to chase a bigger deal with the Nets, or leave the team in … Continue reading The Brooklyn Nets’ Soap Opera is Over, For Now
What’s Next for the Celtics and the Nets?
The Boston Celtics have concluded their first-round sweep of the Brooklyn Nets, and I have to say, I don't think anyone saw this coming. Some people predicted that the Celtics would win the series (such as myself), but I thought it would be a long, hard-fought grueling series that ended with a dramatic Game Seven. … Continue reading What’s Next for the Celtics and the Nets?
10 Big Questions Regarding the NBA Playoffs
The playoffs will be upon us shortly, and it's looking like these are going to be some of the most competitive, talent-filled playoffs in NBA history. While some teams are in a position to win it all this year, there are lots of young teams that aren't going to the Finals, but could still cause … Continue reading 10 Big Questions Regarding the NBA Playoffs
The Three-Pointer: Scoring Race Closer Than Ever, Kyrie Is Back
Good morning! Three NBA titans are locked in a battle for the NBA scoring title, while some old friends may be back soon. Let's jump right in! The Closest Scoring Race Ever Credit to Stacy Revere of Getty Images for Picture We are witnessing one of the closest ever races of the NBA scoring … Continue reading The Three-Pointer: Scoring Race Closer Than Ever, Kyrie Is Back
We’re Witnessing the Greatest Month of Scoring Ever
Throughout the past week, it may have seemed to the casual NBA fan as though there were a lot more incredible scoring performances than usual. And that's because this is true. In March, there have been eight games so far where 50 or more points have been scored, including two 60-point performances. The last time … Continue reading We’re Witnessing the Greatest Month of Scoring Ever
The Three-Pointer: Irving, Towns Drop 60 Each, Draymond Green is Back
Good morning! NBA Stars have gone ballistic and started scoring at ridiculous rates, while the MVP Debate and race for an NBA Championship continue. Let's recap: Battle of Big Men Credit to Jesse D. Garrabrant of Getty Images On Monday, the two best big men in the entire NBA, Joel Embiid and Nikola Jokic, … Continue reading The Three-Pointer: Irving, Towns Drop 60 Each, Draymond Green is Back