Tag Archives: NBA

Bucks boycott

Milwaukee Bucks Boycott Game 5 to Protest Police Brutality

The Milwaukee Bucks stood together in unity in a continued stand against police brutality and boycotted Game 5 of the NBA Playoffs against the Orlando Magic. The move comes following the shooting of Jacob Blake by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the second police shooting in

The Effect of Depth Perception on the NBA Bubble

The NBA is back! Over the last two weeks, 22 of the top NBA Teams have been competing in the Orlando bubble. There have been some thrilling games and some great performances from many surprising players. T.J Warren had a career-high 53 points and is

1970s era

The New Perspective of 1970s NBA Basketball

When it comes to basketball in the 1970s, we always connect it to some bad things. We connect it to poor ratings and drug issues that it had at the time. Despite those bad aspects, we also have to remember the history and impact it

Looking at a NBA Return

Will the NBA Return for the 2019-20 Season?

On March 11, 2020, The NBA decided to suspend the 2019-20 season due to the Coronavirus pandemic. This came after Utah Jazz center, Rudy Gobert, tested positive for the virus. Ever since then, we as fans have been doing everything we could to fill the

Making Star Wars/NBA Player Comparisons

May 4th is National Star Wars Day (may the fourth be with you), which means absolutely nothing to some sports fans. Star Wars and the NBA have no association, nor do the films have any sports in them (Han Solo playing driveway-pickup against Chewbacca would