This NBA season is still new, but the storylines are already formulating. Pundits believe seeing the Philadelphia 76ers play this season means the future is bright and playoffs could loom. Likewise, the young stars from the Los Angeles Lakers have been up and down so far this season. From the
NBA training camps are beginning this week after the craziest offseason in recent memory.
We've seen countless blockbuster trade involving stars like Jimmy Butler, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, Kyrie Irving and Paul George. No question that this NBA season presents a major shakeup that will change the dynamic of the playoffs.
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
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
Since the series began between the Houston Rockets and the San Antonio Spurs, it has been a battle. However, it will be interesting to see how the Spurs respond without Tony Parker in the lineup. The breakdown of the Spurs without Tony Parker will be interesting to see. Who will
Oklahoma City Thunder set the tone early finishing with a 115-113 game three win. Russell Westbrook added another triple-double to his career: 32 points, 13 rebounds, 11 assists. James Harden scored 44 points for the Rockets, but missed the game winning three for the possible win. Lou Williams scored 22
The Rockets crushed the Oklahoma City Thunder by 31 points in game one of the opening round of the 2017 NBA Playoffs.
Patrick Beverley started off hot with back-to-back three pointers and a score in the paint. He slammed it home after a steal off MVP candidate Russell Westbrook. The Thunder
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
The Houston Rockets have been a team of ambiguity. After losing in the 1st round of the playoffs last year out went former coach Kevin McHale and in came Mike D'Antoni. His coaching philosophies are the perfect fit with this roster. James Harden is the leader and has been on
All-Star break is over and the NBA is coming down the stretch. Around this time is when pundit discuss who are leading the NBA Midseason awards for each category. I will layout who’s leading in MVP, Defensive Player of Year, Coach of the Year, Most Improved Rookie of the Year,