Upon hearing this trade, the first feeling I got was confusion and that feeling hasn’t changed since. I have tried … Continue reading Winners and Losers of the Kyrie Irving Trade
What holds LeBron James back does not manifest itself on the basketball court. James’ singular combination of raw athleticism, refined … Continue reading The Decision Part III, Dissected
I just read a book called Problem Solving 101 and one way to solve a problem that was discussed was … Continue reading Making Sense of Melo and Kyrie Madness
The Clippers Window is Over, and it’s Not Getting Better Anytime Soon. Going into the 2013-2014 season, the Clippers faithful … Continue reading The Clippers Window is Over
For years, the Fourth of July has been a day to join friends and family around barbecue and fireworks. A … Continue reading The Shamrocks are Always Greener
The NBA free agency period has come and gone again in usual whirlwind fashion. Though the moratorium has not technically … Continue reading NBA Free Agency Review
It’s been just about a month since the Warriors dethroned the Cavaliers and took home the title, but boy do … Continue reading Why All The Stars Going West Makes the NBA Better
In retrospect, it’s hard to fault Kevin Durant for joining forces with the Golden State Warriors. For 27 million dollars, … Continue reading On the CBA, Supermax, and Why Kevin Durant Should’ve Stayed in OKC
Danny Ainge is brilliant. He’s done a magnificent job getting the Celtics to the spot they are in now, being … Continue reading What is Danny Ainge Doing?
The Sacramento Kings and New York Knicks have been having, what feels like, a competition for “most incompetent franchise” over … Continue reading The Kings Are Good Now?