1. Which team(s) came out as a winner of this draft at the moment? Zach Oliver (@ZachOliverNBA): I think there’s a handful of teams that you could really consider winners in this draft. That said, a couple team’s really stood out to me: the Utah Jazz, and Charlotte Hornets. Utah got a player with a lot of potential in Dante Exum at four, and I think pairing him in the backcourt with Trey Burke could […]
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Hal Brown — “This is an amazing feeling,” Kawhi was screaming. Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobli stood only a few feet apart, creating a fascinating tableau of championship joy. Duncan could be seen lifting and hugging his two children tight to his chest. He was clearly emotional, but also impassable, difficult to read, while his children cried into his chest, […]
1. What was the biggest difference between the 2012-2013 Spurs that lost to the Heat in 7 games and the 2013-2014 Spurs that trampled all over them in 5? Zach Oliver (@ZachOliverNBA): I’m not sure there was a whole lot different. Kawhi took the next step this season, but really it was the same Spurs team. I think the […]
Rami Michail — Outside of a few roster changes — Marco Belinelli, Greg Oden, Michael Beasley, and Tony Douglas — the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat enter this Finals rematch with their rosters intact. Yet, the Spurs have two weapons at their disposal they were lacking in last season. 15.6 points — that’s all the […]
With the Spurs taking Game 1 at home, we have just, at most, six games remaining in the NBA season, and here at Crabdribbles.com, we have opinions — and #HotTakes — about how these final six will go. Last year, the Miami Heat won their second championship in a row by knocking off the San Antonio Spurs in seven fantastic games. Will the Heat claim their third in a row, or will […]
Hal Brown — On June 5th, the Spurs and Heat come together to play each other in the first game of the 2014 NBA Finals. There’s a lot of baggage that comes with this matchup: the old, modest, homegrown Big 3 are going to try and get up and take out the King and Miami’s “bought,” youthful Big 3; the persistent, […]
Joshua Howe – LeBron James, fed up with hearing about Kevin Durant being the obvious MVP candidate, had one of the best months of his basketball life back in February. He scored below 30 points only twice in that stretch, and below 20 points just once. In his second last game of that month […]