Summarizing The NBA Offseason…So Far

  Insane. Wild. Incredible. Instant verbs that come to mind when describing what has transpired as the NBA offseason so far. Different phases such as free agency, the NBA Draft, and trades have produced what is shaping to be an epic 2017-18 campaign. As the Golden State Warriors continue lighting cigars and celebrating their second

Rockets Land Chris Paul in Trade with Clippers

A big domino in the NBA offseason has fell today with the Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Clippers agreeing on a trade for Chris Paul. In return, Los Angeles will receive Lou Williams, Sam Dekker, Patrick Beverley, and a 2018 first round pick.   Reports have linked Houston to the 12-year veteran

Potential Landing Spots for Top Six Available NBA Players

Before I begin, LeBron James, Kevin Durant, or Stephen Curry won't be included in this list. Of course they are available but neither are leaving their respective organizations, yet. Carmelo Anthony also isn't mentioned with his New York Knicks future merely over; his options to move are still so vast.

NBA: 2017 Free Agents To Watch

    In recent seasons, the NBA Free Agency period has been truly must watch. The tactical maneuvers done during this schedule period each summer has dictated the league as a whole. From Shaquille O'Neal departing Orlando for Hollywood in 1996 to LeBron James taking his talents to South Beach in 2010

Jazz even the series at 2-2 with Clippers

The Utah Jazz edged out the Los Angeles Clippers 105-98 in a highly competitive matchup. The Clippers, led by Chris Paul, were up for most of the game when the Jazz came storming back. Jamal Crawford reached into the time machine scoring 25 points in a multitude of ways.   Rudy Gobert

Joe Johnson’s late dagger gives Jazz Game one over the Clippers

After a thoroughly entertaining day of the NBA Playoffs, the last game feature two stiffening teams. The Utah Jazz edged out the Los Angeles Clippers 97-95 in a riveting matchup. This game was a game of runs, a lot of back and forth momentum between two quality teams. Gordon Hayward was

NBA Playoffs Preview: Utah Jazz vs Los Angeles Clippers

Every year the Western Conference is brutal slalom of competition to get through and this year is no different. The four-seed Los Angeles Clippers will go up against the five-seed Utah Jazz. One of the more unexpected matchups of round one in the playoffs will tip off Saturday April 15th

Contenders or Pretenders: Western Conference playoff picture

The Western Conference is a tight race every year with elite teams in bunches. This year is no different as there’s already multiple 50-win teams with about a month of NBA basketball left. With few mediocre teams in the conference, I will look to group them into Contenders, Middle of

Changes to come for the NBA All Star Format?

NBA's Commissioner Adam Silver and the Silver and players' union are trying to make the All-Star game more competitive, as well as keep fans interested throughout the week. Request and ideas have been laid out on the table, but a foundation has not been built yet. "You hear people talking about 4-point shots, something

NBA 50 Greatest Players (Part I, 50-41)

We begin our Countdown of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History: 50. Walt Bellamy- Walt Bellamy was a player with incredible numbers, who was greatly overshadowed by the likes of Wilt Chamberlain & Bill Russell. Even with his great numbers, he never made an All-NBA 1st Team for one time in