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Jeremy Lin: Is the NBA Window Shut For Good?

Posted on 28 Aug, 2019, by in NBA

Jeremy Lin and the NBA are no longer together. Maybe forever. As he heads into the next chapter of his basketball career (signing with the CBA’s Beijing Ducks), one has to wonder could have things gone differently for him. More

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Which Team is Most Likely to Repeat as Champions – Astros, Eagles or Warriors?

Posted on 11 Sep, 2018, by in MLB, NBA, NFL

The defending NFL champions, Philadelphia Eagles, started things out the right way. The Golden State Warriors once again look like heavy favorites to repeat in the NBA. In Baseball, the Houston Astros are doing well, with 90 wins as we approach mid September. Will they all defend their titles? More

What Changes And What Doesn’t Heading Into the 2015-2016 NBA Season

Posted on 15 Jul, 2015, by in NBA

The NBA makes a lot of important decisions during the Summer, behind the scenes of the summer league. Regarding the structure of the league, the seeding for the playoffs, whether hacking players remains relatively “worth it” for teams and other interesting conclusions and decisions. More

NBA Realignment – What, Where and Who?

Posted on 27 Nov, 2014, by in NBA

The NBA is changing. Adam Silver isn’t David Stern, and doesn’t seem to be obsessed with his own ego and image, at least not now. One of the first things for him to address and soon is the difference that’s just been widening between the Western and Eastern teams, which can be solved by changing the playoff format or going with a more drastic realignment. More

LeBron James Wanst the NBA and it’s Teams to Pay Through the Nose

Posted on 7 Oct, 2014, by in NBA

The NBA is growing, and the players want a cut from the money the league is going to be raking in from its next TV contract. LeBron James is the most famous basketball player but he’s not just a face. His words mean something and represent a lot of other players in this league, who aren’t planning to be left out of the celebration. More

NBA Teams Over the Luxury Tax Line

Posted on 24 Jul, 2014, by in NBA

The Luxury tax is a dreaded word among NBA front offices, and yet there are four teams that enter this season going over the line: The Brooklyn Nets, the New York Knicks, the Los Angeles Clippes and the Boston Celtics. More

NBA Expansion – Seattle and Louisville are Next?

Posted on 24 Jul, 2014, by in Featured, NBA

While expansion isn’t the first thing on the mind of NBA executives, we’re going to see it sooner rather than later, with bringing teams to Seattle and later Louisville being on top of that specific agenda. More

Andrew Bynum Might Miss Another NBA Season

Posted on 19 Jul, 2014, by in NBA

Things haven’t really been going well for Andrew Bynum since he left the Los Angeles Lakers. He has since been associated with four different teams, but has hardly played any basketball, and his knee situation might mean that he’s going to sit out another full season. He’s not retired yet, but it’s getting very close to it. More

Game of Thrones – The NBA Version 2.0

Posted on 12 Jun, 2014, by in Miscellaneous, NBA

The guys (and girls???) over at Bleacherreport aren’t tired of making Game of Thrones videos with NBA connections, releasing another ‘Game of Zones’ cartoon that depicts the Miami Heat waiting in a tower, the San Antonio Spurs marching over the ice and Derrick Rose dreaming again. More

Los Angeles Clippers – Donald Sterling No More

Posted on 30 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

It’s going to be complicated and difficult actually taking the franchise away from Donald Sterling, but his punishment delivered by Adam Silver means he has lost the Los Angeles Clippers. It might take some time, but eventually, it seems that everyone’s goal of taking the franchise away from him by forcing him to sell it will become a reality. More