When it comes to the mentally toughest NBA players, there are two names that always pop up in the conversation. Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant. With that being said, the greatest of all time himself, Jordan, made headlines days before he inducted the Black Mamba
Ray Allen vs. Reggie Miller is a comparison battle that does not get talked about enough. Both paved the way for today’s three-point heavy league. Both are in the conversation for the best three-point shooter of all time (or second-best realistically speaking with Stephen Curry
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.
Trash talking has always been an overlooked root of sports. Like it or not, it is part of the game. The same applies to the sport of basketball. As a result, the NBA has had some impressive trash talkers over the years. With that in
Since their formation in 1967, the Indiana Pacers’ history had a great beginning, a period of struggle, and then an uprising. It started with winning three championships while playing in the ABA. Then they had a period of struggle when they came into the NBA