Post 2015 NBA Draft Like/Dislike

Photo courtesy of usatoday.com

Photo courtesy of usatoday.com

Now that the NBA Draft is complete and the few amount of trades that happened are official, I wanted to do something different than the traditional draft grades post. I looked at the grades each team got on ESPN (Insider) and wanted to put together my thoughts on what took place so far this offseason. Continue reading

Advertisements

A Lookback at The Finals, and 4 Things to Look Forward to This Offseason

Photo courtesy of whio.com

Photo courtesy of whio.com

The best team in basketball knocked out the best player in basketball Tuesday night to win the 2015 NBA Finals, four games to two. Stephen Curry had many moments that screamed “best shooter in the world” and LeBron James played his tail off to keep his team in the series. Continue reading

How Hawks Injuries Affect More than Series with Cavaliers

Photo courtesy of twitter.com/SBNationNBA

Photo courtesy of twitter.com/SBNationNBA

The Atlanta Hawks were one of the best stories and teams from the 2014-15 NBA regular season, winning 60 games and claiming the top seed in the Eastern Conference by seven games. The Hawks sent four players to the 2015 NBA All-Star game and their coach Mike Budenholzer was deservedly named Coach of the Year.  Continue reading

The Good, The (Mostly) Bad, and The (Very) Ugly That is the Brooklyn Nets

Photo courtesy of insidehoops.com

Photo courtesy of insidehoops.com

This is for all the Brooklyn Nets fans out there who are feeling the same sort of disappointment and disbelief as I am. Our team is about to miss the playoffs in the Eastern Conference (I am just mentally preparing myself for that) and do not even have their own lottery pick to fall back on. Continue reading