The Indiana Pacers are currently at the bottom of the league to start the season. However, there is still a lot of season left to go and this team does have solid pieces they can trust. The Pacers may not be a dark horse playoff
The Cleveland Cavaliers fed their fans fools gold last season after a promising start. However, as the year went on and the elite of the league found their footing, the Cavaliers’ hopes of making the playoffs were soon dashed to the ground. As a result,
Last year was not a year worth remembering if you are a Detroit Pistons fan. That is putting it mildly. However, it did net them some positives going forward into the future. They won the NBA Draft Lottery which netted them the first overall pick.
The NBA schedule dropped late last week revealing key matchups, which led to analytical takes starting to surface throughout social media. This team has the most back-to-back games. This team has the longest amount of miles to travel throughout the season. Basically, the NBA schedule
DeMar DeRozan is entering free agency this offseason, and will likely have some interest around the league. I would be surprised if he returns to the San Antonio Spurs; as it looks like they are heading for a rebuild and Derozan wants to win now.
Giannis Antetokounmpo has had himself a tough series against the Brooklyn Nets. Kevin Durant has shown that he is the best player currently in these playoffs and has taken the heart out of the Milwaukee Bucks in some of the games. Giannis has taken heat
Reggie Miller can be seen nowadays as an analyst/announcer on TV. However, some of today’s generation don’t realize that he was one of the hidden gems of 1990s basketball. The man who tormented Spike Lee had plenty of Hall of Fame-worthy moments throughout his career.
Jrue Holiday has certainly left his imprint on this Milwaukee Bucks team. After just one season on the team, this Bucks squad looks different compared to the teams of years past. While Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton are the alphas on the offensive end, Jrue
On Easter Sunday, Shams Charania broke the news that Jrue Holiday and the Milwaukee Bucks agreed on a four-year extension worth up to $160 million. This may strike some as an overpay for a one-time All-Star, that appearance being in 2013. However, Jrue is worth
Nikola Vucevic was arguably the biggest name to be moved during this year’s NBA Trade Deadline. The two-time All-Star now has a new home with the Chicago Bulls. This comes after spending nine seasons with the Orlando Magic. The Magic hit the reset button at