Free Agency Frenzy: Plenty of Deals Already

While the big names haven’t made their decisions just yet, many key NBA free agents have already agreed to deals—verbally—through three days of negotiations. Here are some of the top signings and rumors thus far in free agency. LeBron James – The King’s free agency tour is much different than his 2010 spectacle. While he hasn’t visited any teams so far, news recently broke  that James’agent has … Continue reading Free Agency Frenzy: Plenty of Deals Already

2013-14 Season Preview: Utah Jazz

LAST SEASON: (43-39), Failed to make NBA Playoffs PROJECTED STARTERS: G – Jamaal Tinsley (until Trey Burke’s return), Gordon Hayward F – Richard Jefferson, Derrick Favors C – Enes Kanter 6TH MAN: Marvin Williams KEY ADDITIONS: Richard Jefferson, Trey Burke, Andris Biederins, Brandon Rush, Jamaal Tinsley KEY LOSSES: Al Jefferson, Paul Millsap, Mo Williams, Randy Foye FORECAST: During Tyrone Corbin’s second full season as head coach, the … Continue reading 2013-14 Season Preview: Utah Jazz

Free Agency Madness: Bobcats Sign Al Jefferson to a $41 Mil Deal

After going 21-61 last season and recently drafting Cody Zeller, the Bobcats have signed Al Jefferson to lead their front court. The deal gives Jefferson a player-option to stay in Charlotte after the first two years. The signing also gives the Bobcats another scoring option on offense and some added depth in the paint. Josh McRoberts and Bismack Biyombo both started in the front court last … Continue reading Free Agency Madness: Bobcats Sign Al Jefferson to a $41 Mil Deal

Throwback Thursdays: Arenas Walkoff Game Winner against Utah

January 15, 2007 Who could ever forget Agent Zero? He was of the NBA’s most unique and entertaining guards to watch on the court eight years ago. From the ’04-’05 season to the ’06-’07 season, Arenas averaged 27.7 points a night for the Wizards. His career burned out quicker than most would’ve expected, but no one can forget his knack for hitting the big shots … Continue reading Throwback Thursdays: Arenas Walkoff Game Winner against Utah

Lakers, Jazz… Who Gets the 8th Seed?

Last night went the Lakers way, as the Utah Jazz suffered a crucial loss to the Thunder in their own home. The Lakers then went on to win their game against New Orleans a few hours later, putting them back in the 8th slot for the upcoming post season. With just a week left to the regular season, here’s how it pans out for both teams: … Continue reading Lakers, Jazz… Who Gets the 8th Seed?

BallB4All’s Top 50: No. 33 – Al Jefferson

2011-12: 19.2 ppg, 9.6 rpg, 1.7 bpg 49 FG% Al Jefferson can be looked as one of our few gritty big men in the post that will give you the numbers every single night. Jefferson began as rookie in Boston, averaging a steady amount of points and boards before being shipped to Minnesota. As one of the Timberwolves, Jefferson made a name for himself as one … Continue reading BallB4All’s Top 50: No. 33 – Al Jefferson

BallB4All’s Top 50: No. 42 – Paul Millsap

2011-12: 16.6 ppg, 8.8 rpg, 2.3 apg, 1.8 spg, 49.5 FG%, Utah Jazz forward Paul Millsap has flown under a lot of people’s radars throughout his career. With former point guard Deron Willams getting all the glory during his Utah days, as well as Al Jefferson becoming a double-double monster ever since he arrived, Millsap has been left in the shadows. But over the past … Continue reading BallB4All’s Top 50: No. 42 – Paul Millsap

2012-2013 NBA Preview: Northwest Division

  1. Oklahoma City Thunder The Oklahoma City front office basically kept the same crew over the summer and stayed away from changing the growing chemistry of this team after making the Finals last season. This year the Thunder are hoping to continue their swelling success by continually beating down their divisional rivals behind their big three in Durant, Westbrook and Harden. All three of … Continue reading 2012-2013 NBA Preview: Northwest Division

Spurs and Pacers roll, take control of series

The San Antonio Spurs made their mark in the second quarter of Wednesday’s 114-83 dominating victory over the Utah Jazz in Game 2 of the Western Conference first round playoffs. After trailing by 11 going into the second quarter, the Jazz responded with a 9-0 run over about a span of two minutes that cut San Antonio’s deficit to 31-26 with 7:04 to play before … Continue reading Spurs and Pacers roll, take control of series