Netherlands Draws Parallels to San Antonio Spurs

If any World Cup team could be compared to an NBA team, the Netherlands are definitely that team. Their 2014 World Cup run is drawing serious parallels to the San Antonio Spurs’ run to the NBA title. The teams’ rosters and stories make them extremely similar. First, both teams have veteran rosters full of guys who have been through all… Read More
Mystics WNBA 

Mystics Dim the Sun, Get Second Straight Win

The Washington Mystics were happy to be home, after nine long days on the road, they couldn’t wait to see the Verizon Center. The road wasn’t kind to the Mystics as they lost four of the five games on the trip, they did finish the trip on a good note with a win over San Antonio. In order to get… Read More
NBA Wizards 

Standing Pat? The Washington Wizards’ Draft and other notes

The reaction on Wizards twitter wasn’t great when the Washington Wizards ended up trading their lone draft pick to the Los Angeles Lakers for cash considerations. The cash fills out the bottom line of the roster. It essentially represents money that doesn’t count for or against the cap, but it gives the Wizards the freedom to spend a bit extra… Read More

Kevin Durant Was Absolutely Correct About Kawhi Leonard

The aftermath of the NBA Finals showed the Spurs were a better team than the Miami Heat. San Antonio coasted to a 4-1 series win as Tim Duncan won his fifth title. But Duncan was not the main attraction in the series. Third-year small forward Kawhi Leonard was special in the last three games of the series, averaging 23.7 points… Read More