I don’t know about you, but if I was working with the best minds and talents in the world, I wouldn’t be in a rush to leave to pursue an individual opportunity. It’s common sense: smart and talented people reap Continue reading Processing the Mind of Kyrie Irving
With the NBA draft coming up this week, every Knick fan is anxious to see what Phil Jackson does. Unlike most drafts, there are so many options for Knicks. They can trade their pick for someone like Eric Bledsoe, they Continue reading Fit With The Knicks: D’Angelo Russell
Brett Brown was hired as the new head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers after the 2013 NBA Draft had already taken place. On draft night, Sam Hinkie made his presence known by selecting Michael Carter-Williams with the 11th overall pick, Continue reading Philadelphia 76ers Season Review and Future Outlook
The Sixers took advantage of the Heat resting LeBron James and Chris Bosh, finishing their rough season on a high note, defeating the two-time defending NBA champions 100-87. A fast start from the young Sixers squad led by Thaddeus Young put the Continue reading Philadelphia 76ers Finish Season With a Win Over the Miami Heat
After 26 games and two long months, the Philadelphia 76ers have won a basketball game! Brett Brown and company blew out the Detroit Pistons at the Wells Fargo Center 123-98, after suffering many blowout losses during the horrid losing streak. Continue reading Philadelphia 76ers Losing Streak is Over
Only 3 teams in the NBA’s Eastern Conference have a winning record and the Atlantic division leader is 4 games BELOW .500. In a division where the Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks were expected to be prime contenders, the Continue reading What’s Wrong With the East?
Over the summer thirteen new NBA head coaches were hired. Some of these were just guys jumping ship. Others are first time head coaches, and have either disappointed or shocked the NBA world. From Doc Rivers to Steve Clifford we’ve Continue reading Evaluating the New NBA Coaching Class… So Far
Has this been a good year, or a bad year for the men in purple garb? The good part is obviously the fact that the troubled franchise would stay in Northern California, and not move to Seattle, but the teams Continue reading The Odd State of the Sacramento Kings