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
In a thrilling game that ended with a game winner by Markieff Morris, the Washington Wizards beat the Portland Trailblazers 125-124 for their 5th straight win.
The first quarter started off as a shootout between these two teams. Despite the Wizards putting up 30 points, the Blazers when above it with
Kristaps Porzingis and Karl Anthony-Towns are two of the best players drafted in the 2015 NBA Draft. Towns and Porzingis finished one and two respectably in the NBA Rookie of the Year voting in 2015. Blowing away the competition was Towns who finished with 650 total vote points and taking
Hip-Hop and basketball go hand-in-hand and it has been that way for quite some time now. Many fans wonder what their favorite athletes listen to as they warm up and get focused for a game. If you had access to Minnesota Timberwolves’ guard, Zach Lavine’s playlist. You can be sure
One month into the NBA season there are various story lines that come to mind during this marathon campaign of 82 games. As most teams are starting to take form, we can look at the contenders and quickly identify the pretenders as we head into December.
1. Golden State Warriors: With Kevin Durant