We knew it was coming, and today it was made official: Giannis Antetokounmpo is the MVP of the 2019-2020 NBA season.Continue reading “Giannis: Back-to-Back MVPs”
Yesterday the NBA announced their yearly All-NBA teams. We saw some familiar names such as LeBron James and Kawhi Leonard, but we also saw four players make an All-NBA team for the first time: Luka Doncic, Pascal Siakam, Jayson Tatum and Ben Simmons.Continue reading “Doncic and Tatum join NBA Royalty”
The Brooklyn Nets shocked the NBA yesterday when they decided to hire Steve Nash as their next head coach.
Nash, 46, was a Hall of Famer and two-time MVP as a player, but has zero coaching experience.Continue reading “Brooklyn Hires Steve Nash”
Jayson Tatum’s first game in Orlando was not pretty.
He went 2-for-18, scoring only 5 points against Milwaukee on July 31.
He didn’t even actually make one of those shots, as one was actually a missed defensive rebound opportunity by the Bucks which they accidentally knocked back into the basket.
Since that game, Tatum has been on fire.
The injury woes continue for Gordon Hayward in Boston.
Hayward sprained his ankle in the 4th quarter of the Celtics win against the 76ers on Monday, which was revealed to be a Grade 3 sprain. This type of sprain means ligament tears in some capacity. The initial recovery time is reported to be 4 weeks, but that could be optimistic. Continue reading “Playing Without Gordon Hayward”