Tag Archives: basketball

RE-Evaluating Minnesota trade offers for Love; Chicago interested now?


Reportedly, the Chicago Bulls are trying to put together a package to acquire Minnesota star Kevin Love. (Photo by theinscribemag.com)

The Chicago Bulls are back in the race for Kevin Love according to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst. The Bulls are trying to put together a package to acquire the three-time All-Star power forward from the Minnesota Timberwolves. Continue reading

Flip, Get Wiggins in a T’Wolves uniform!


"Reportedly", the Cleveland Cavaliers are now willing to include Andrew Wiggins in a deal for Minnesota's Kevin Love. (I do not take credit for this photo)
“Reportedly”, the Cleveland Cavaliers are now willing to include Andrew Wiggins in a deal for Minnesota’s Kevin Love. (I do not take credit for this photo)

When Kevin Love was in his third season, I said he was going to be an All-Star. Love has gotten better every single season during his six-year career. But people in Minnesota have grown tired of his antics and him reportedly saying “I don’t want to be here”. My breaking point was four months ago. Continue reading

No Love for Wiggins? This is why Cleveland has never won


Kevin Love for Andrew Wiggins? Why not? The Cleveland Cavaliers think Wiggins has a chance to be better than Love. That’s absurd at this point. (I do not take credit for this photo)

A lot of people have written articles about why a trade involving the Minnesota Timberwolves’ Kevin Love and the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Andrew Wiggins makes so much sense. For both teams. And here is my take on it. Continue reading

Crazy Contracts: Chris Bosh and Luol Deng sign with Heat


Chris Bosh will stay in South Beach after signing a five-year, $118 million contract with the Miami Heat. (I do not take credit for this photo)

LeBron James’ decision to return to Cleveland wasn’t the biggest surprise in the world. A lot of people were anticipating it. However, with James returning North, it left the Miami Heat in a bind. Continue reading

LeBron James returning to Cleveland reminds me of Robin Hood


LeBron James salutes Miami as he announced he will be heading back to Cleveland, where he played his first six years of his NBA career
LeBron James salutes Miami as he announced he will be heading back to Cleveland, where he played his first six years of his NBA career

LeBron James returning to his home state of Ohio was the only move that made sense. He was born in Akron, played for Cleveland for six years, and gave the community hope. Returning only restores the hope that he created 11 years ago and dissolved four years ago. Continue reading

The Houston Rockets are waiting, LeBron


Even though LeBron James isn’t purposely holding the Houston Rockets hostage, he still stands between the Rockets and their ability to get better through free agency. The funny thing is, the Rockets aren’t even pursuing him. Clearly James is having a huge impact on free agency. (I do not take credit for this photo)

No, the Houston Rockets aren’t pursuing LeBron James. But James’ decision on whether to re-sign with the Miami Heat or move on to another team, is chewing up valuable time for the Rockets. Continue reading