If you pay attention to NBA rumors you know that Jimmy Butler wants out of Minnesota. That wasn’t really news to anyone, really since the end of the season we’ve all known that Jimmy has been super disgruntled and not at all happy with his situation. However, today Butler met with head coach Tom Thibodeau … Continue reading The Team to Beat in LA Next Year is… the Clippers?
A little earlier Zach Lowe tweeted out this: https://twitter.com/ZachLowe_NBA/status/1012033223767937029 Honestly, this alone seems like a meaningless move. The Dallas Mavericks, even with the addition of Luka Doncic, still kind of suck. Doncic and Smith, Jr. are really the only pieces they have going forward. Doug McDermott has been just ok, originally a Chicago Bull, he … Continue reading Why You Should Care that Dallas Didn’t Extend a Qualifying Offer to Doug McDermott
I’m a big fan of the NBA, but I love the NBA offseason even better. The movement of players and the impact a single player can have is so unique, meaning the best time for entertainment is once the season ends. With the NBA Draft last night, it was the official tip-off of the offseason, … Continue reading NBA Draft Recap
Last nights game was surprisingly interesting, even though I didn’t watch much of it. However, twitter did blow up so now my interest levels have peaked a bit. These teams have met for four years in a row now, which in all honesty is kind of worst case scenario for the NBA. The first year … Continue reading There’s a Chance These Finals Will Be Interesting
On June 21st, the Phoenix Suns will be on the clock with the first overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft. A franchise that has not made the playoffs since 2010, the Suns will be looking to find a cornerstone prospect that they can pair up with young star Devin Booker. The question, however, is … Continue reading A Message to the Suns: Take Deandre Ayton at #1
Hello Ladies and Gentlemen and welcome to my first Lebron Blog™, which certainly won’t be my last with his impending free agency and the fact that he could very well lose a playoff series to the Maine Red Claws. Anyway, recently it was reported that LeBron James’ average speed during the first three games of … Continue reading LeBron is the Slowest Player in the Playoffs?
Gordon Hayward went down, and I said “Maybe next year.” The Celtics then won 16 straight. I said rebounding, or lack thereof, would kill this team throughout the season. The C’s finished 9th in the league in that category. Kyrie Irving went down with a knee injury to end the season and I said “Forget … Continue reading Why I Was Wrong About These Celtics
It’s fun to imagine what could’ve been this season had Gordon Hayward’s ankle not tried to run away from the rest of his leg. It’s also a dangerous slope for Celtic’s fans because it gets everyone depressed that we’re not as good as we were destined to be. The fact of the matter is, the … Continue reading A Healthy Hayward and Irving Spells Doom for the Rest of the NBA Next Year