1. Which team(s) had should be disappointed in their draft? Zach Oliver (@ZachOliverNBA): I think there’s multiple teams here who should be disappointed. Toronto, Chicago, and Sacramento to name a few. I don’t really know what Toronto did, to be honest. I’m not convinced that this Bruno Caboclo guy they picked at 20 is real. Plus, he’s two years away from being two years away. […]
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Quentin Haynes — For the second consecutive year, we have the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat in the NBA Finals. Last year, in my humble opinion, we saw one of the best Finals series in the last 20 years. This year? I expect no different. The San Antonio Spurs are playing at their highest point, and after last year’s […]
Drew Corrigan (@Dcorrigan50) — Some players are good, some players are great, and some players are just special. Without looking at statistics, the eye test separates the great ones from the special ones. The special ones shine when the lights are the hottest and can pull their team to victory with the single flick of the wrist. On Sunday night, when the Clippers and Thunder were battling in Game Four […]
by Kyle Neubeck (@NeubeckNBA) There is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while […]
Joshua Santos — As a young Kevin Durant took to the stage to deliver his heartfelt and emotional MVP speech, he was finally able to cross off one of many prolific goals he had hoped to achieve during his NBA career. A five-time NBA All-Star, a one-time All-Star Game MVP, a former Rookie of the Year and four-time scoring champion, Durant […]
Andrew Ford — Derek Fisher has had a long NBA career. Actually, that’s a gross understatement. He’s been in the league 17 seasons. In that span, he’s earned approximately $63 million, played in more playoff games than any player in NBA history, been the president of the NBA’s players’ union, been on 7 different […]
by Jovan Alford Yes, you read that title correctly; Reggie Jackson, the Boston College product pretty much saved the Thunder’s season on Saturday night. With about one minute to go in regulation, the Memphis Grizzlies were about to take a 3-1 series lead until Reggie Jackson stepped up in the clutch. Jackson, in a matter of seconds, scored five quick […]