Memphis Grizzlies 2017-18 Season Preview

This team could either be surprisingly good, or predictably bad. Losing Tony Allen, Vince Carter, and Zach Randolph was big for the “Grit-n-Grind” culture that Memphis has been know for. The was known for their stingy defense and their ability to beat you up in the paint with their physical play style. This will be a big year for Mike… Read More

Memphis Grizzlies Season Preview

I can give you 153 million reasons why Mike Conley and the Grizzlies need to be good this year. However, here’s two reasons why they probably will not be, lack of offense and health. Conley is not only the man of the future for Memphis, but he inked the largest contract in NBA history ( 5 years $153 million). To… Read More

Rockets fire McHale, look to salvage season

The first firing of the NBA season has happened, less than  games into the year and the Houston Rockets have fired Kevin McHale per Yahoo Sports NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski. He dropped a patented “Woj bomb” this morning as he tweeted this breaking news. While it may come as a shock to some, Houston sees itself as a title contender… Read More

Mavericks welcome Jordan & Matthews

Former Los Angeles clipper center DeAndre Jordan joined the Dallas Mavericks today when he agreed in principle to a four-year $80 million dollar maximum contract. Also joining Jordan today with the Mavericks is former Portland Trail Blazers swing man Wesley Matthews on a four year deal that could be worth about $52 million dollars. LAC free agent center DeAndre Jordan plans… Read More

The Hunt For Carmelo Anthony Has Officially Started

This summer, one very pivotal NBA player will be making a huge career decision. Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony has been the identity of the New York Knicks ever since he was traded there in the middle of the 2010-2011 NBA season. But the homecoming for him there has been all but great. The Knicks have won only one playoff series… Read More

Lillard’s Buzzer Beater Propels Portland to Second Round

There were three games last night, all of them being Game 6. This was following a night on which three teams staved off elimination, last night only two of the three teams trailing in the series could force another game. The one team to win a Game 6 in the last 48 hours was the Portland Trail Blazers, they did… Read More

Vine Session: Breaking Down the Houston Rockets late defensive stand against the Miami Heat

In an effort to try something new and something fun, instead of using YouTube for film sessions and going through the fun, yet tedious, process of screen recording, I thought we would try using one of the newest social mediums in Vine.  Vine allows me to quickly and compactly put together short clips with good quality and efficiency. It’s something… Read More

2013 NBA Playoffs Preview: Houston Rockets vs Oklahoma City Thunder

At the beginning of the season, the Houston Rockets acquired guard James Harden from the Oklahoma City Thunder in hopes that he would bolster their team. Harden not only bolstered their team, but he became the superstar they lacked as he has led them back to the playoffs. And in the first round, Harden will face his former team, the… Read More
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