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10 Best Xennials in the NBA

Posted on 1 Jul, 2017, by in NBA

People love defining things. Turns out the era between Generation X and the Millennials, something around 1977 to 1983, is now coined Xennials according to some professor in Australia, with the numbers to back him up. All the while I thought that’s Generation Y, but who cares? What’s important is it gave us an excuse to comb through the older generation of NBA players, and pick out the 10 best Xennials still doing their thing in the league. More

San Antonio Spurs Season Preview: Kawhi Leonard Taking Over Completely

Posted on 14 Sep, 2016, by in NBA

Last season, the San Antonio Spurs did everything right, and still ended up with nothing. It could very well happen this year, although an improved Kawhi Leonard, a more comfortable LaMarcus Aldridge and the addition of Pau Gasol will hopefully prevent another early playoff exit at the hands of an inferior team. More

NBA Rumors – Kevin Durant to Warriors Aftermath: Thunder, Mavericks, Spurs, Westbrook, Duncan, Gasol, Barnes & Bogut

Posted on 4 Jul, 2016, by in NBA

The NBA is going through an earthquake, as Kevin Durant leaves the Oklahoma City Thunder for the warm embrace of the Golden State Warriors. The league is changing as we speak, with the Dallas Mavericks leaping on leavings like Andrew Bogut and Harrison Barnes, Tim Duncan probably retiring and the San Antonio Spurs replacing him with Pau Gasol, and the Oklahoma City Thunder now facing a huge Russell Westbrook problem. More

NBA Rumors – Raptors, Bulls, Blazers, TimberWolves, Spurs: Options for Pau Gasol

Posted on 3 Jul, 2016, by in NBA

One player receiving interest from a long list of teams right now is Pau Gasol, who still has the Chicago Bulls on his list of suitors, while the Portland Trail Blazers, San Antonio Spurs, Minnesota Timberwolves and the Toronto Raptors seem like the stronger contenders for the Spanish big man. More

NBA Rumors – San Antonio Spurs & Pau Gasol Interested in Each Other

Posted on 28 Jun, 2016, by in NBA

The Chicago Bulls won’t bring back Pau Gasol. He doesn’t want to go back either. So where to? A number of teams are going to be taking a look at the Spanish big man, but the San Antonio Spurs might be the ones with the best shot at landing him. More

NBA Rumors – Chicago Bulls Could Use a Massive Change

Posted on 26 May, 2016, by in NBA

After a year of complete stagnation and decline, the Chicago Bulls aren’t going to simply stick to what they have and roll with it again. The 2016-2017 version of this team will be very different than the one we saw last year. More

NBA Rumors – Golden State Warriors, Chicago Bulls Season Maintains Opposite Direction

Posted on 11 Apr, 2016, by in NBA

The Chicago Bulls didn’t play on Sunday, but their fate on a couple of levels was determined by results. From a present day angle, they lost all hope of making the NBA playoffs due to the Indiana Pacers winning their game. On a historic, franchise level kind of angle, they no longer hold sole possession of the NBA record for most wins in a regular season, now sharing it with the Golden State Warriors. More

NBA Rumors – Chicago Bulls Problems With Jimmy Butler & Pau Gasol Sinking Them Like a Stone

Posted on 24 Mar, 2016, by in NBA

After three straight wins and a supposedly easy home game against a team with nothing to play for, the Chicago Bulls go ahead and drop themselves out of the playoff … More

NBA Rumors – Chicago Bulls Starting to Feel Like a Good Team Again

Posted on 8 Mar, 2016, by in NBA

The Chicago Bulls win two games in a row which doesn’t just keep them above the Detroit Pistons in the Eastern conference playoff race, but gives them a rare win while Jimmy Butler sits out due to soreness in his knees. More

NBA Rumors – Chicago Bulls Messing Around With False Hope

Posted on 6 Mar, 2016, by in NBA

The Chicago Bulls might end up making the NBA playoffs, but they’re not going to get far there. Stopping a losing streak and finally playing some committed, energetic basketball is good. Jimmy Butler coming back is great. But the end game should have been winning a championship. More