“A Source Close To The Celtics”

After thinking the cesspool of AD, LeBron, and Rich Paul related news was on the downswing (silly me), another bit of news came out buried at the end of a Bleacher Report article. The exact quote is below: Via Bleacher Report "a source close to the Celtics confirmed that Kyrie Irving is genuinely interested in reuniting... Continue Reading →

“Anthony Davis Has Requested A Trade” *Everybody Goes Insane*

It's taken me basically this entire day to wrap my head around all of this Anthony Davis news. Eric had a short reaction to this news earlier as well (our views differ). First, as always, Woj blessed our timelines with this: https://twitter.com/wojespn/status/1089857935532904449 For everyone around the situation, it isn't really news, and is something that... Continue Reading →

The Nets May Have Something There

Allen becomes the ninth player in history to block a LeBron James dunk attempt. He has already proven to be a young building block that the Nets can- I'm kidding. This is a trap blog to brag about how good the Pierce and Garnett trade was and still is. Jaylen Brown is back to being... Continue Reading →

Early Most Improved Player Candidates

To continue our journey through the awards, we now delve into the Most Improved Player and who is at the top of that leaderboard today. 5. JaVale McGee, Center, Los Angeles Lakers 12.1 ppg 6.4 rpg 1.0 apg 0.9 spg 2.7 bpg shooting 62.5/25/68.3  McGee has seemed to reinvent himself in LA and I give... Continue Reading →

Super Teams Aren’t Killing Basketball

If you think super teams are actually damaging to the National Basketball Association, you my friend, are stupid. A little over a quarter of the way through the season and top contenders are floundering, while teams who were pegged for the lottery are floating near the middle of the playoff seeding, some closer to the... Continue Reading →

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