Kawhi Leonard has finally made his choice: the Los Angeles Clippers. Continue reading “Kawhi Leonard and Paul George to the Los Angeles Clippers”
Billions of dollars later, we have reached a pause in NBA free agency.
After a tremendous start the first 6 hours after free agency officially began, everything has come to a halt as the world waits for a decision from 2019 NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard.
Just when you thought there couldn’t be any more insanity in this league, it gets more insane. We’ve seen a plethora of moves thus far that have changed the balance of the NBA. The Western Conference if officially open for grabs, and the Eastern Conference is still a competitive battle.
We are still waiting for a decision from Kawhi Leonard, and wherever he lands, that team will become a Finals contender.
Until then, lets recap the biggest moves of the day. Continue reading “NBA Free Agency Recap (Day 1)”
I tried to wait as long as possible to make this piece so the predictions could seem at least somewhat accurate and make sense. As we know, things can change quickly in the NBA, and I’m sure by the time you see this, we’ll know something we didn’t before, and that will mess with everything.
But oh well, now or never. Continue reading “2019 NBA Offseason Predictions”
The newest Celtics offseason rumor that came out yesterday connected the team to Hornets PG Kemba Walker.
Walker, 29, will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason, and the Celtics are said to be a “stealth suitor” for his services.
Well, with the cat out of the bag, you can cross out “stealth.” Continue reading “Kemba Walker to Boston?”
After a long wait, we FINALLY learned what players won what awards for their performance during the regular season.
I personally did not even watch the show, and I think it’s held way too late for people to care who won what. I think the league should have it the Friday or Saturday before Game 2 of the NBA Finals (I originally thought Saturday, but normally there would be a Stanley Cup game that night). Otherwise, go back to the old format and announce the awards during the beginning of the postseason.
Anyway, I made some predictions on awards (as well as All-NBA, All-Defensive, and All-Rookie Teams) right after the regular season, and I’m going to compare how I did versus what the actual results ended up being.
Lets see how it went.
The Celtics have had a whirlwind of change hit them the past few weeks.
It has become more and more inevitable that Kyrie Irving will not return to the team next season. This past week, Al Horford opted out of the final year of his contract with the Celtics. There was an assumption he would sign a team-friendly deal with the team, but negotiations broke down, and there are reports the Mavericks will offer him a 4-year, $112 million contract in free agency; translation: he gone.
The worst case scenario seems to have arrived, but some hope came last night in the form of the NBA Draft. Continue reading “Celtics Draft Recap”