2016 NBA Finals: Game 6 Preview

Kyrie Irving is averaging 28.2 ppg and is coming off a 41-point performance alongside LeBron James. This series continues to get better with each game. Tonight will be a true test of which team can keep it together physically and emotionally. With the return of Draymond Green to stir things up in Cleveland, the Warriors are set to bounce back tonight after getting trashed in … Continue reading 2016 NBA Finals: Game 6 Preview

2016 NBA Finals: Game 5 Preview

My roommate insists on shitting on LeBron to me every chance he can get. So does the rest of the planet for James not shooting enough, or passing too much, or not taking over in the fourth quarter. I continue to stand by The King. He doesn’t have to possess the shoot-first mentality like Kobe or Jordan. Who gives a fuck?  Kevin Love makes that … Continue reading 2016 NBA Finals: Game 5 Preview

2016 NBA Finals: Game 4 Preview

Game 4 Takeaways Kyrie’s fucking shake-n-bake on Curry. 18 points, 8 boards and 3 dimes for Harrison Barnes, one of the few who showed up on Wednesday for GSW. LeBron James dominates on offense. 32 points and 11 boards. Silencing critics who are patiently waiting. His alley-oop finish from Irving was the highlight of the night. Klay Thompson ice cold once again. 4/13 from the … Continue reading 2016 NBA Finals: Game 4 Preview

2016 NBA Finals: Game 3 Preview

Warriors win tonight, by at least double digits. Then they take the series and title on Friday night when we start our weekends. Alright, I guess anything can happen. I guess the Cavs have some sort of chance. LeBron could have himself one of those legendary games to tally Cleveland up in the win column. Injuries can happen in any game, just look at what happened to … Continue reading 2016 NBA Finals: Game 3 Preview

2016 NBA Finals: Game 2 Preview

Game 1 Takeaways: Leandro Barbosa came off the bench for the Warriors and didn’t miss a shot, going 5-for-5 for 11 points. While Shaun Livingston added another 20 points of his own after hitting in array of mid-range shots down the stretch. Andre Iguodala is just a complete freak when the Finals come around. After winning the Finals MVP award last year, he’s back at … Continue reading 2016 NBA Finals: Game 2 Preview

2016 NBA Finals: Game 1 Preview

The Warriors gave us a scare, but we finally get the NBA Finals rematch from a year ago that so many of us wished for. Golden State and Cleveland’s road to the Finals has been a bit different of late. The Warriors were a game away from packing their bags when they trailed OKC 3-1 in the Western Conference Finals. LeBron and Co. took the Raptors … Continue reading 2016 NBA Finals: Game 1 Preview

Why the Hell is Tyronn Lue Coaching the Eastern All Stars?

Former NBA journeyman and 2-time NBA champion, Tyronn Lue is headed to All Star weekend to coach the 2015-16 Eastern All Stars. This happens by default after the Cleveland Cavaliers abruptly fired former head coach David Blatt. The Cavaliers only made it one full season with Blatt, before canning him a few days after the team’s 132-98 loss to the Warriors. Now with Blatt gone … Continue reading Why the Hell is Tyronn Lue Coaching the Eastern All Stars?

2015 NBA Playoffs Matchups

  The graphic above displays the final seedings for this year’s NBA Playoffs. Continue reading 2015 NBA Playoffs Matchups

Making the Case for Curry, Harden, LeBron and Westbrook as MVP

Is this the most polarizing MVP race in NBA history? While that may be a tough question to answer, this year’s sprint towards the greatest individual accomplishment in hoops is coming down to the final weeks of the regular season. And it seems that most people have a legitimate opinion on four candidates (potentially five if New Orleans center Anthony Davis had been healthy all … Continue reading Making the Case for Curry, Harden, LeBron and Westbrook as MVP