This past summer, college basketball decided to adopt the NBA defensive rules with regards to an offensive player’s “freedom of movement“. The NCAA wants to see higher scoring games, and it has certainly gotten that. But not the way fans, coaches, or even players for that matter, want to see it. Continue reading
Beasley will try to find himself in Phoenix, after stops in Miami and Minnesota didn’t work out.
Steve Nash is gone and the Suns are in “re-building” mode. That’s what everyone is saying, but if you asked the Suns organization, they wouldn’t say the same thing. Continue reading
Can LeBron James lead the Miami Heat back to the NBA Finals for a third straight year?
I have finished previewing each team in the Eastern Conference, predicting which teams will or will not make the playoffs and here is what I have come up with. Continue reading
Cousins and the Kings will look to battle for a playoff spot this season. (Photo credit to DraftExpress)
Could this be the year the Kings rise from the ashes or will it be another year drafting in the top ten of the lottery? Continue reading
Curry’s health will be the main focus for the Warriors this season. (Photo credit to Los Angeles Times)
It’s been a long while since the Bay Area has had something to cheer about, in terms of basketball. With other BA teams such as the Oakland Athletics, San Francisco Giants and San Francisco 49ers performing at high levels, can the Warriors finally achieve that same success? Continue reading
After being granted his wish, can Howard grant Laker fans their collective wish: an NBA championship? (Photo credit L.A. Times)
After finally getting Dwight Howard and signing Steve Nash in the offseason, can the Lakers quickly gel together to make a run at another Larry O’Brien trophy? Continue reading