Joey Zocco calls Jordan Katz to talk about the 2015 NBA Finals as well as the upcoming NBA Draft. They discuss many of the storylines from The Finals and eventually get around to talking about the top 14 picks in the 2015 NBA Draft. Continue reading
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
There wasn’t a television special or even a press conference, but the entire world was made aware of LeBron James’ decision to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers 11 days into the new NBA calendar year, and just like that it felt like NBA free agency had official started. Sure, players agreed with teams before “The King” made his decision, but the big free agents and what felt like every team in the league were put on hold until James made up his mind.
The NBA Finals resume tonight with Game 5 back in San Antonio as the new 2-2-1-1-1 format takes effect for the first time since 1984. This might be the first time where a higher seeded team wishes the old format was still being used after how well the Spurs played in games 3 and 4 on the road last week.
Thanks to whatifsports.com we have a way to predict what is going to happen in Game 5. While this site does not know it is Game 5 of the NBA Finals it is predicting it does ask and allow you to change the starting lineups and depth charts for each team, including how many minutes each player will play.
The New York Knicks have taken some of the headlines this week and they have not played a game of basketball since April. After signing new head coach Derek Fisher to a five year, $25 million dollar deal, current New York Knick Carmelo Anthony was the next to take attention away from a great NBA Finals.