Daniel Corrigan|March 3rd, 2020
2020 Record: 17-17-1
Josh Marion | November 14th, 2019
The Eastern Conference bottom-dweller Washington Wizards attempted to end the Celtics early season win streak on a cold November night. However, the Celtics outshot the Wizards winning 140-133 in TD Garden. This was the first game since 1992 that the Celtics as a franchise had scored 140 points.
Gabe Botero | October 18th, 2019
This division has players who want to prove themselves, but it also has players that need to live up to the hype surrounding their names in the past couple of months. I mean think about it, there are so many names that have dominated conversations that are on sup-par teams, at least when compared to years past. Trae Young, Bradley Beal, Jimmy Butler, Terry Rozier, and Nikola Vucevic just to name a few!
Jacari McRae | September 27th, 2019
Pat Riley finally landed an all-star this off-season in Jimmy Butler. After landing Butler, the Miami Heat‘s focus now is pairing him with another all-star. To aide the Heat in their quest, Heat fans have been taking matters into their own hands through social media. Continue reading
Jacari McRae | July 1st, 2019
It appears the Miami Heat will finally land a star by acquiring Jimmy Butler through a sign and trade. So far, the team will be sending guard Josh Richardson to the Philadelphia 76ers and the Heat will try to move Goran Dragic to a third team. Once the Butler trade is finalized, the Heat will try to land another star. One name that’s been thrown around is Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal. Continue reading
Mike Fanelli | June 19th, 2019
On Saturday the Los Angeles Lakers and the New Orleans Pelicans finally agreed on a trade that will send six-time All-Star Anthony Davis to the Lakers. In return, the Pelicans will receive Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart and three first-round picks, including the fourth overall pick in Thursday night’s draft. For months the rumors and reports have been swirling that Davis would become a Laker and now it’s finally done.
Jacari McRae| May 27th, 2019
During his season-ending press conference in April, Miami Heat president Pat Riley mentioned three acronyms he uses to describe players. “AOT” is for players who give effort all of the time, “NOT” is for players who give effort none of the time. Riley feels the Heat have plenty of “SOT” players, who perform some of the time. Continue reading
Jacari McRae | November 20th, 2018
Just when it looked as if the Washington Wizards were improving, they dropped two straight games at home. They have obviously been one of the most disappointing teams this season, sitting with a record of 5-11. Despite having a talented roster, the team has looked listless on both ends of the floor so far. As a result, the Wizards have made everyone – including John Wall and Bradley Beal – available.