I love the smell of fresh dollar bills, don’t you? We had another monster night last night, courtesy of Julius Randle and Christian Wood. Only three games tonight, so the slate is a little more difficult. Have no fear, I’m going to help you make the best possible lineup! Let’s get to it! Continue reading →
The goal coming out of the All-star break was to play better on the road. That didn’t start off well with the Miami Heat losing to the Atlanta Hawks on Thursday. Unable to stop Trae Young, the Heat fell to the Hawks 129-124. The loss puts the Heat road record to 13-17 for the season. If Miami wants to make noise in the playoffs, they have to find a way to play better on the road.
We are back! Lots of money to be made tonight, lots of games to pick from, and lots of stars on the board tonight. And there are sleepers lots of sleepers, I’m talking deep sleepers. Let’s get to it and good luck.
Nick and Gabe talk about headlines around the league including Zion and Oladipo’s first games of the season, Kyrie’s comments about his teammates, and All-Star voting thus far. Then, almost every possible trade scenario is talked about as well as how the team standings look around the halfway point in the season! Also, we are now selling CARDBOARD BOXSEATS T-shirts for $15 so support your favorite podcast by sending us a message on Instagram or Twitter! Continue reading →
For the second straight game, the Miami Heat found themselves in a close one at home. Just like they did against the Chicago Bulls on Sunday, the Heat found a way to beat the Atlanta Hawks. The Heat overcame a 117-111 deficit with less than a minute left in regulation to force overtime, where the team went on a 16-0 run to close the game. The win improves the Heat’s home record to 11-0 for the season. Continue reading →