Chris Paul is now 37 years old, and in the latter years of his NBA career. It's especially during these points of time when we focus on a player's legacy and how they'll be remembered. However, at this point in time, Paul's legacy is a bit confusing. Jesse D. Garrabrant/Getty Images How can a player … Continue reading The Confusing Legacy of Chris Paul
The Phoenix Suns decided to resign Deandre Ayton by matching a four-year $133 million contract the Indiana Pacers offered him in free agency. This was a shock at first, given the history of the franchise and how cheap Robert Sarver has been known to be. But, apparently the Suns were going to match any offer … Continue reading So…What’s Going on in Phoenix?
The Beard is finally looking like his old self again, and the Kings have hired yet another head coach. Can anyone save this franchise? I sure hope Mark Brown can. Let's recap: 76ers Take Game Four Credit to Mitchell Leff of Getty Images for Picture James Harden finally returned to his old form, dropping … Continue reading The Three-Pointer: Harden Drops 31, Kings Hire New Head Coach
The first round of the playoffs has officially come to an end, and the second round has already started. That means it's time to look back at my first round predictions, and see how accurate (or inaccurate) they were. It also means it's time to make my second round predictions, before too much of each … Continue reading Recapping My Weirdly Accurate First-Round Predictions, and Predicting the Second Round
The NBA playoffs started yesterday. With no time to waste, here are my predictions for the first-round: Eastern Conference: #1 Heat vs #8 Hawks Credit to USA Today Sports for Picture In theory, the Heat should have no problem handling the Hawks. They have Kyle Lowry, Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo Victor Oladipo, Tyler … Continue reading My First Round NBA Playoff Predictions
It doesn't take an NBA genius to know that we live in the era of efficiency and the three-pointer; with almost all of us watching the greatest shooters to ever live in Golden State, we know how effective the three ball is. However, one thing I've noticed while watching modern basketball is the taller, stronger … Continue reading How Big Men Are Having a Revival in Today’s NBA
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?
Today, we look at the final 10 NBA Teams' biggest flaw. This was well overdue, and I apologize for the long wait, but I hope it will be worth it. If you haven't read Part 1 and Part 2, I suggest reading them before you read this one. Oklahoma City Thunder: Offense Credit to Fernando … Continue reading Every NBA Team’s Biggest Flaw (Part 3)
Game Four of the 2021 NBA Finals represented and was a lot of different things, but one of the most important things for entertained NBA fans was that it was a close game. In Game One, the Suns won by 13; in Game Two, the Suns won by 10; in Game Three, the Bucks won … Continue reading Bucks Take Game Four in First Down-to-the-Wire 2021 NBA Finals Game
In Game 3 of the NBA Finals, the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Phoenix Suns with a final score of 120-100. Revitalized by playing at home where every made shot generated thousands of cheers and claps, and no fans are taunting Giannis Antetokounmpo while he shoots free throws, the Bucks looked like who they were supposed … Continue reading Bucks Dominate Game 3, Blow Out Suns By 20 Points