It would be overly-dramatic to suggest that an entire season can come down to one play. It would be even more so if you suggested that an entire fate of a franchise came down to one play. Yet, that many just be what happened for the L.A.… Read more
Well, here we are again. Another season in the books. Thirty(-ish) teams came into this season with high hopes and dreams of getting their hands on the coveted Naismith trophy at the end of it all. Out of those thirty teams we're now down to two. The Golden State Warriors and the Toronto Raptors.
In the games that Curry has started since Durant went down, the former back-to-back MVP has scored at least 30 points in each game. When Durant is not playing and Curry has control over the team, the Warriors become a passing, moving, cutting and shooting monster. Players playing harder and for each other.
Look away now New York. The New Orleans Pelicans won the NBA Draft Lottery. Zion Williamson will be a Pelican.
On the surface, the 2019 Western Conference Finals match-up between the Portland Trail Blazers and Golden State Warriors seems like a done deal. Warriors in 4 right? While this may well be the case, but if you scratch the surface, there is a lot more on offer in this meeting than what first appears.
The Celtics season is on the verge of collapse, or maybe it has already and we're currently in the post-mortem phase.
LeBron James, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Kevin Durant and James Harden all have a claim as the best player in the NBA.
The parallels are most apparent between the Blazers and the Thunder at the point-guard position. Russell Westbrook and Damian Lillard are two of the top five point-guards in the NBA. Both play with a chip on their shoulder the size of a boulder, but most importantly, both have shown unwavering loyalty to their franchises and their cities.
On paper, the Sixers have everything you need to compete for a championship in 2019.
When LeBron James ventured West in search of a better future after a gruelling season with the floundering Cleveland Cavaliers, expectations were high for the Lakers this season.
The weeks leading up to the NBA trade deadline have been heating up, blockbuster trades, trade requests and ambiguous quotes are coming out left, right and centre. One of the main players in this rumour mill is Kyrie Irving.
When your name is being displayed alongside His Airness and Wilt Chamberlain, the conversation is over. James Harden is the MVP. Just sit back, relax and witness history.
In an age of pass-first offence, Sony Michel and James White are reminding us just why running the ball is integral to success in January and beyond.
From Faulk and Craig to Gurley and Hunt; how the NFL is moving closer to running backs being the biggest stars of all.
The Niners will be fun this year, even if they don't make the playoffs.