Josh Livi | March 3rd, 2020
Wow! We went heavy on a New York Knicks stack last night and man did it pay off! We won big money!! We have eight games tonight, so let’s get to it!!
Coach Treal| January 24th, 2020
Lonzo Ball seems to be at a crossroads not only with his basketball career but also within his own personal life. I have had the pleasure to have watched Lonzo’s career since his freshman year of high school throughout his short time at UCLA and so far in the league. His talent has always jumped showed to me with his excellent size for the position standing a lean 6’6. Having the ability to see over the top of defense made trapping him almost impossible. He has the eyes and mind of a pass-first point guard in the mold of Hall of Famer Jason Kidd. With his size, he has always rebounded at a high level for a guard and does an incredible job of passing the basketball ahead for easy transition scoring opportunities. Continue reading
Coach Treal | January 22nd, 2020
Welcome back basketball fans. The day has finally arrived with the number one pick of this past June making his long-awaited debut against one of the greatest organizations in not just the Association but in all sports. Sit back as I take a deep dive into the game and give my prediction.
Joshua Woolsey | January 20th, 2020
This month I have posted a 25-13-2 record for NBA picks and will be looking to bolster my bank account and win record as I hope the same for you. Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a special day to remember all the sacrifices made throughout the years by people to help give us such fortunate lives. Without further ado, let’s get into some picks. Continue reading
Gabe Botero| September 11th, 2019
Twitter isn’t safe for anyone. Especially if you have an opinion (spoiler alert: everyone does). The NBA and its fans have taken a chunk of Twitter and shaped it to fit what the people want, and the people want drama! Twitter has been around for years but even for new users, it wouldn’t take long to figure out that just as “armchair quarterbacks” poke holes in the theories that real professional athletes give about their performance and the world around them, those same people will serve you up the same service. Continue reading
Levon Satamian| July 16th, 2019
Brandon Ingram is the best talent out of those three players, and he’s proven it with the Lakers. In the last six games before getting injured, post-All-Star break, Ingram averaged 28.9 points per game, as a second option on the offensive end. If the Pelicans utilize Ingram correctly, he could be a special player, and one they would regret trading. Continue reading