As LeBron James celebrates his fourth championship and fourth Finals MVP, the LeBron vs Michael Jordan debate is everywhere. Matthew Bowen dives deep into the cases for two of the greatest players in NBA history...
The Celtics are in their offseason, and many would argue it was a premature departure based on their squad calibre and quality of opposition faced.
After nearly two years of patiently waiting, fans of the Denver Nuggets are finally able to see what the future looks like. Speaking of patience, Michael Porter Jr. himself has had to show his fair share prior to the NBA bubble. However, after some incredibly efficient performances in Orlando, it seems fair to say that the waiting is over.
The New York Knicks officially traded Porzingis to the Dallas Mavericks for DeAndre Jordan, Wesley Matthews and Dennis Smith Jr. as well as two future first round draft picks for the Latvian Porzingis alongside the hefty contracts of Courtney Lee and Tim Hardaway Jr and point guard Trey Burke.
Consider this scenario: the season ends today, on 12th January 2019, who would the postseason awards be distributed to in this case? For the majority of these awards there is often a clear-cut winner (we’re looking at you, Luka Doncic), but when it comes to the MVP award, two names spring to mind: James Harden and Giannis Antetokounmpo.
A stacked draft class could take the NBA by storm in 2018/19.
The NBA has a responsibility to look after it's players, but what is being done to help their mental wellbeing?