The NBA season is just gearing up, but we’re only a month in so these things can continue to fluster. Without anything definitive, we can only go off what we seen so far. Plenty of teams this season could go differently than it is now, but wanted to give an
Russell Westbrook made headlines yesterday as he has signed a five-year, $205 million contract extension. Here are my overall thoughts on the deal and how this could affect free agency this off-season. Deal The deal starts with the 2018-19 season and it guarantees that for the time being Russell Westbrook has 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.
Yesterday, social media exploded as the news broke out that Carmelo Anthony has been traded. Anthony name has been in trade talks for years now. Sam Presti the Oklahoma City Thunder general manager has sent out the following players Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott, and a second-round pick via Chicago for
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
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