Russell Westbrook Triple Double Watch

Coming to a City Near You: The Russell Westbrook Show

There were many exciting storylines leading into this season.  Would the new look Warriors, with Kevin Durant aboard, become the best offensive team ever?  What would James Harden’s stats look like playing point guard under Mike D’Antoni?  Can the Cavaliers save the NBA from the apparent reign of terror of the superteam in Golden State?  And lastly, with KD leaving, can Russell Westbrook average a … Continue reading Coming to a City Near You: The Russell Westbrook Show

Ranking the League’s Starting Centers

Preseason is here.  After a quick and very eventful summer, NBA teams are back at it.  Media Day for most teams was last week, teams finished up their training camps, and preseason games have started for a few teams, with the rest playing today and tomorrow.  We’ve already gotten disappointing long-term injury news about Khris Middleton and Ben Simmons, an injury scare for Bradley Beal, Steph … Continue reading Ranking the League’s Starting Centers

The NBA All Star Game is Coming to The Big Easy (Again)

As you probably know by now, the NBA elected to take the 2017 NBA All-Star game away from Charlotte because of North Carolina’s controversial House Bill 2, which limits anti-discrimination protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in the state, back on July 21st.   But I’m not here to talk about what removing the game from Charlotte means for the league and sports … Continue reading The NBA All Star Game is Coming to The Big Easy (Again)

Ranking The League’s Starting Point Guards

With the NBA draft over, free agency winding down, and NBA training camps about a month away it’s that time of year again for fans to get excited about the next season. Whether you are a fan of a powerhouse franchise like the Warriors, Cavaliers, or Spurs , the fan of an up and coming young franchise like the Timberwolves, 76ers, and Bucks, or somewhere … Continue reading Ranking The League’s Starting Point Guards

Washington Wizards Blog - Allen Iverson shaped me in basketball and in life

Guest Writer Series – Jeremy Arnstein: For Love of The Game

My name is Jeremy Arnstein, and I think it is safe to say that the game of basketball has shaped my entire life. My story begins in a small Vermont town named Putney. Putney has about 3,000 residents in total. The graduating class of my middle school was 17 kids. The odds of somebody from Putney playing basketball at any competitive level is almost 0%, … Continue reading Guest Writer Series – Jeremy Arnstein: For Love of The Game

All-Star Picks 2015-16

By Charlie Gibson 1/26/16 Follow me on twitter @cgibson1619 Cover photo from warriorsworld.net All stats thanks to basketball-reference, nbawowy, and nba.com   Starters were picked by the fans, the reserves were picked by me. Actual reserves announced 1/27 on TNT.  #RespectTheFans East Starters Kyle Lowry, G: Canada again flexes its (understated) muscles as Kyle Lowry was voted a starter for the second consecutive year. With the game being played in … Continue reading All-Star Picks 2015-16

Guest Series – Christmas in the NBA: In Which Nick Joins The NBA In Secularizing Christ’s B-Day

12/24 By Nick Perry It’s almost Christmas. For a great many people that day commemorates for you or your kids the merciful end of the sadistic, fundamentally un-American torture of not using your property when you buy it, and to ABC Family’s 25 Days of Christmas and Bing Crosby and Jose Feliciano taking over all your favorite radio stations. (If, like me, you still prefer … Continue reading Guest Series – Christmas in the NBA: In Which Nick Joins The NBA In Secularizing Christ’s B-Day