Where LiAngelo Ball Will End Up Next Year

Earlier today, LiAngelo Ball declared for the 2018 NBA Draft. The day, which comes on June 21st, will feature many huge names such as Trae a Young and Michael Porter Junior. At this point, it’s under much debate as to whether or not Gelo will hear his own name called. […]

Why The Cleveland Cavaliers Will Once Again Return To The NBA Finals

The first half of the 2017-2018 season for the Cleveland Cavaliers was certainly a bumpy one. Luckily enough for them, or perhaps just due to LeBron, it ended on a very high note. They began with a decent start, beating old teammate Kyrie Irving and his Celtics by a score […]

2018 NBA Season – The Second Half

Are the Warriors going to turn it on and finish the season in first place in the west? Or will Houston continue to play lights out and smoke everyone on their way to a possibly Finals appearance? How good are the new Cavs after the astonishing trades they pulled off? […]

Why Paul George Deserves To Replace DeMarcus Cousins In NBA All-Star Game

Oklahoma City Thunder forward Paul George has been chosen to replace DeMarcus Cousins in the NBA All-Star Game. Cousins, whose season averages were 25.2 points and 12.9 rebounds per game, sadly went down last week with a torn achilles tendon on a play that originally looked harmless. The Pelican’s four-time […]

Backstab in LA: This Is Why The Clippers Suck

The Clippers traded Blake Griffin. The Clippers, the NBA’s running joke of a franchise that features a coach named Doc Rivers who could only win one championship with a loaded Boston Celtics roster and has taken LA nowhere they didn’t go with Vinny Del Negro. The Clippers organization that no […]

How The Thunder Should Handle Andre Roberson’s Injury

Andre Roberson has been a staple part of the Thunder ever since he was drafted in 2013. Stemming from being a Tad Boyle product at Colorado, his defense has been impeccable. Last year, he was on the All-Defensive Second Team, and that looks like it’ll be a common trend in […]

After LeBron and Brady, Who Will Be The Greatest Of The Next Generation?

The year is 2020. There’s an awful election going on. The XFL is back. But LeBron has decided to call it quits after 17 NBA seasons at 36 years old. Just a couple months before, Brady decided to retire after winning his eighth Super Bowl in a row. Uh oh. […]

THE LAND Of The Lost – LeBron and The Cavs

Lebron James is the best basketball player, pure player, over-all game meets talent meets size meets work ethic player, we’ve seen in our life time. Probably in the history of the game, the world.  Lebron is The Man. He’s been consistently the best for fifteen seasons. He’s won multiple MVP […]

The Twelve Games Of Christmas

Okay, so there isn’t exactly twelve games on Christmas day. But there are a lot. Like a lot a lot. Ask any wife, girlfriend, sister, aunt or cousin. Christmas day, like a really loud, not at all silent or secret coup, from sun up til sundown is chalk full of […]

G.O.A.T. Put The Debate To Rest

When I was twelve years old my uncle or somebody gave me a gold necklace. It may have been real gold or not, I’m not sure, and I don’t remember what happened to it. In fact, I have only one series of memories at all about that thin little chain: […]