It’s been a minute since my last sports-related blog but NBA free agency came in like a bat out of hell and reset the NBA. This is a glorious day. No longer is it the Warriors (if they stay healthy) … Continue reading NBA Free Agency: A Beautiful New League.
The arrival of the Zion King looms large as LeBron once again cannot help himself from his short-term, nonsensical ways. Continue reading PBM gives Zion & his Pellies their Nickname + Examines the Brow Trade
All aboard, rail riders – if ya not inspired then ya leave something to be desired. Because ATrain is lighting fire to TV’s Iron Throne, and Prone Bone Malone is about to ignite a pyre inside ya NBA comfort zone. … Continue reading Defining Greatness: NBA Dynasties
So much of the Clippers comeback was orchestrated by the players that Los Angeles got back when they sent Chris Paul to Houston. Patrick Beverly led the way with pestering defense and Lou Williams seemed almost unstoppable at times. Montrez … Continue reading The Clippers Historic Comeback vs The Warriors Has Me Thinking About The Chris Paul Trade.
LeBron to the Lakers didn’t surprise anybody, LA was the odds-on favorite for weeks to sign LBJ. What was shocking to some people was the length of the deal (3 years, with a 4th-year player option.) Everyone is saying “He’s … Continue reading Is LeBron’s plan after the Lakers to play with his kid?
It’s been a few days since the NBA Draft, I’ve let all the picks sink in, listened to what all the pundits had to say, and I’m ready to come in hot with my takes. As always I’m viewing this … Continue reading NBA Draft Recap: The Bulls Drafted Too Well, Atlanta Did Good Drafting Bad.
I don’t know how anyone who watched Michael Jordan dominate the NBA can make the argument that LeBron is the superior basketball player. Some of the strongest and best evidence of MJ’s greatness occurred 20 years ago today. Damn, I … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: 20 Years Ago Today Jordan Won his 6th NBA Title with a Performance for the Ages.
As a fan of the Chicago Bulls, I remember all too well the motorcycle accident that ended the career of Jay Williams, who was the Bulls #2 overall pick in the NBA Draft. Personally, I thought he was going to be a bust regardless, but a lot of people thought he was a promising young player. He found a second career as an analyst for ESPN but evidently, there are still some lingering effects from the accident that occurred way back in June 2003. This is evidenced by his hot take that the Cavs are going to beat the Warriors. … Continue reading Jay Williams Picks Cleveland over Golden State in the NBA Finals; Has Not Fully Recovered From the Motorcycle Accident that Ended his Career.
First off, duh. I’m not breaking any news here. Any idiot watching the bullshit talking-headmentary* before and after these games know that TNT at least tries to make it entertaining. All ESPN can do is muster the same drivel it … Continue reading TNT’s NBA Playoff Coverage Put’s ESPN’s in a Bodybag.
Durant had a typical Durant game in the playoffs, 38 pts, 9 boards, 5 assists. Golden State easily beat the Pelicans to take a 3-1 series lead. Even more impressive was how Durant is able to get shots up over Anthony … Continue reading This Blonde Can Do Nothing to Hide Her Post Game Thirst for Kevin Durant.