Ranking The League’s Starting Small Forwards

After a week hiatus we’re back with the 30 projected starting small forwards.  In our last post we ranked the projected starting shooting guards, which I will definitely say is the thinnest of the five positions, talent-wise.  Small forward is the exact opposite.  It was fun to write about three of the five best players in the league—Lebron James, Kevin Durant, and Kawhi Leonard. A … Continue reading Ranking The League’s Starting Small Forwards

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Ranking The League’s Starting Shooting Guards

Last week our writers ranked the NBA’s starting Point Guards. We averaged the rankings to create a composite list which we shared with all of you. The same process was done for the NBA’s 30 starting Shooting Guards. All of our staff writers agreed that rankings the SG’s was the hardest of all the positions. There are so many two guards out there who do … Continue reading Ranking The League’s Starting Shooting Guards

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

48 Minutes will Decide Best Player in the World

For the first time in recent NBA history the title of Best Player in the World will be riding on one single game. Stephen Curry has won the last two MVP awards, is the reigning champion, and will be playing the last game of a historic 88-win (so far) season. LeBron James is a 4-time MVP (in ’09, ’10, ’12, & ’13), a 2-time champ … Continue reading 48 Minutes will Decide Best Player in the World

D’Angelo Russell vs Jabari Parker

D’Angelo Russell and Jabari Parker are making the number two pick cool again. The number two picks from 2008-2013 were Michael Beasley, Hasheem Thabeet, Evan Turner, Derrick Williams, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, and Victor Oladipo–hardly a murderer’s row.  LaMarcus Aldridge and Kevin Durant, the #2 picks in 2006 and 2007, changed the teams that drafted them, but other than that it has become clear that the only … Continue reading D’Angelo Russell vs Jabari Parker