NBA Free Agency Recap (Day 1)

Wow.

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)”

2019 NBA Offseason Predictions

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 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse

The Rockets locker room this past year was almost as bad as the Celtics. The only difference is their best player isn’t leaving the team like Kyrie Irving.

The rift between James Harden and headache Chris Paul is just a straight kick to the groin. Imagine one year going to Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals and losing, but having a good idea of how to finally beat the Warriors…. Only to lose the next year in six games in the second round to them, AND they lost KD. Now? The only option is to blow the team up like aluminum in the microwave (State Farm joke). Continue reading “The 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse”

Kemba Walker to Boston?

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?”

Is Mark Jackson Being Blackballed?

The current ESPN broadcaster has been a source of controversy since his firing from the Warriors in 2014. For some reason, people can’t understand why Jackson doesn’t have a coaching job.

Yes, in his three seasons as Warriors head coach, they had a 28-win improvement over that span and turned into a legit playoff team with slight hopes of a championship… But the Warriors organization wasn’t the championship contender we know today. Continue reading “Is Mark Jackson Being Blackballed?”