It's over. It's finally over. The wait for where Kawhi Leonard will sign in free agency is over and he's going to the Los Angles Clippers and he'll be joined by former Pacers & Thunder Forward Paul George. Late last night/early this morning the news broke that The Claw had made his decision to join … Continue reading Kawhi Leonard And Paul George Finally Make It To Los Angeles, Clip The Lakers Title Hopes
As we all impatiently wait on where Fun Guy Kawhi Leonard will end up, let's reflect. LeBron James made it the norm for superstars to sign 2-Year deals with the 2nd year being a Player Option. The entire NBA is in complete chaos right now and while Kawhi doesn't owe the city of Toronto anything, … Continue reading (Un)Popular Opinion: Kawhi Leonard Should Wait A Year On Los Angeles And Run It Back With Toronto
It'd take a lot to happen. Boston can only offer the veteran minimum for Cousins' services and I'm sure more ready to win now teams would also consider offering Cousins the same deal, but if the Celtics can somehow get him in the building and sell him on what they're building, (and Kawhi Leonard leaves … Continue reading If The Celtics Sign A Healthy Demarcus Cousins They’re The Best Team In The East Already
It's over. It's probably been over for longer than we'd like to imagine, but Kyrie is not a Celtic, Danny Ainge's experiment didn't work out, the Celtics didn't win 60+ games, or get to the Finals or even the Eastern Conference Finals. And I accept that. I actually accept it now more than I have … Continue reading Kyrie Irving Will Never Be An Alpha In the NBA Again
April 3, 2019. LeBron confident on Lakers next season. The Recline. Now that the Lakers are not going to the playoffs this season, what can they do to fix the team? Magic Johnson and the rest of the squad are going to be really focused this offseason. Having free agents like Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant, … Continue reading LeBron Going Solo Next Season?
Allen Berezovsky-Getty Images Kobe Bryant retired, and the prestige of the Los Angeles Lakers have seemed to go with it at the hands of...Magic Johnson?! The first mistake was trading Lou Williams to the Houston Rockets for Corey Brewer and a 1st-round draft pick. Lou Williams is now on the Clippers, leading that team to … Continue reading Where did the Lakers go wrong?
With the NBA nowadays being more offensively friendly than ever, the pace of play has picked up over the past few years. The term PACE in the NBA is an estimate of possessions per 48 minutes by a team. The highest PACE in the 2011-12 season was the Sacramento Kings at 95.57, this means the … Continue reading Fast Pace and Out of the Playoff Race