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

NBA 2k15: Initial Reactions to Gameplay

Taken From: xboxachievements.com

Taken From: xboxachievements.com

Today has become the unofficial start of basketball season to many as the most popular basketball video game has hit the shelves.  EA Sports’ NBA 2K15 is this year’s version of the basketball game that comes with many new features, including a face scanning capability that puts you in the game more than ever before.

It has become a ritual for me to go and buy the NBA 2K series every year when it comes out, and every year I am even more impressed than the last. This year is no different. Granted, I am only three games in and have not even touched any of the game modes (my impressions on those coming in the next few days), but so far so good.

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NBA Draft Initial Thoughts

Taken From: espn.com/nba/draft

Taken From: espn.com/nba/draft

As the second round of the NBA Draft continues on ESPN, I wanted to get some of my initial thoughts down about a very busy and surprising first round. I will give grades to every team hopefully by some time next week. I want time to think about what each team did, let some of the trades go through and not jump to grades without letting things set in. Here are just a few bullets about what I thought as I was glued to my television during the first round.

 

Team With the Best First Round: Magic and Sixers

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