The Bucks and Suns have fired successful coaches after playoff failures. Perhaps they should have paid attention to the teams that are still playing.
Golden State of Affairs: Winners win, and dynasties live on
When Steph Curry said people didn’t expect the Warriors to be winning another NBA Finals, he kept receipts. Doubt this man at your own peril.
Here’s why Boston’s Game One Victory wasn’t a Fluke
The Golden State Warriors had no answer for the barrage of baskets the Boston Celtics hit them with in the fourth quarter in Game One of the NBA Finals. Yes, the “been there, done that” team lost the “clutch quarter”… Read More ›
NBA Round 2 Playoff Trends: Buy Miami or Philly?
Joel Embiid returned to the Philadelphia 76ers’ lineup, but is that a large enough variable to alter the outcome of the series? Miami Heat are the number one seed in the Eastern Conference. The team relies on its defense and… Read More ›
The win-now Brooklyn Nets are throwing away their shot
Philadelphia is taking its shot now. In trading James Harden, the Nets just threw theirs away.
It’s a Wrap: Sixers over the Hawks
“Ice Trae” and the Atlanta Hawks had their moment in Game 1, but the playoff ride is over for them as the Sixers took control of the series with their Game 3 win. But there are still games to play… Read More ›
Bucks vs Nets: Heroes vs Villains
Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks are heroes as they fight for the small market teams of the NBA. Their quest for the NBA Championship now pits them against the Brooklyn Nets, a team that includes two former Most Valuable… Read More ›
A Last Dance takeaway: Whether real or invented, disrespect is undefeated
Disrespect is a weapon that practically all athletes and coaches use. Michael Jordan may have wielded it better and more often than anyone else.
On Kobe Bryant, being a #GirlsDad and the choices we make as parents
It’s clear Kobe Bryant was an inspiration to a generation of athletes. It’s also clear that he loved his daughters. That’s how I’ll remember Kobe.
Who’s a hater supposed to hate in the NBA now?
By MIKE HERNDON Say this for the NBA: Its offseason isn’t boring. It may be more interesting than the season itself. KD decided to break up the Warriors’ dynasty. Kyrie, who left the Cavaliers because he wanted to be the… Read More ›