Coming off a 100-99 loss to the Sacramento Kings (in which the Kings ended the 10 game Celtics winning streak) and playing against a depleted Suns roster, the Celtics had to play on the second night of a back to back in Phoenix. Already 1-1 on a five-game road trip, the Celtics didn’t want to drop this game against the Suns with tough games upcoming versus the Clippers and Nuggets. Scoring 99 points again, the Celtic’s turned this one into a victory with strong backcourt and bench play.
Welcome Back Hoop Heads!!! We are already into the fifth week of the NBA season and we can see some teams already distancing themselves from the rest of the pack. The standings should start taking more shape as we grow closer to December and beyond.
While everyone else was overreacting on Twitter about the games we took our time and thought it through. Here’s what we thought about a wild week one in the NBA! We address the issues the Lakers might have, the slow start for James Harden, and other headlines from around the league. We also reveal our season awards! Gabe has got some wild picks so you’ll want to listen to them so you can roast him on Twitter. Continue reading →
The Pacific Division is set to look very different after one of the biggest offseasons in NBA history completely shifted the league balance. The division went from one of the decent divisions in the NBA to the most competitive in a very quick period of time. Here’s an outlook at the division. Continue reading →
Nick and Gabe play Let’s Make a Deal for a certain three-pointer in the league. This episode centers around the preseason headlines so far including the China versus NBA drama, Twitter imploding over Zion’s anticipated performance, and other notable injuries and performances. We also discuss the Knicks, Timberwolves, and Suns. Note: If you are a fan of these teams you may be triggered; consider yourself warned.Continue reading →
As the Miami Heat continue to build around its new star player Jimmy Butler, there are two options the team is currently pursuing. Those options include trading for a star now (like Bradley Beal) or waiting until 2021 free agency when the team will have cap space to pursue a star free agent.
The Toronto Raptors dethroned the Golden State Warriors in six games to take the NBA Championship, but there is still another NBA event that people can look forward to. The 2019 NBA Draft will be happening on Thursday and it will either revive a franchise back to its glory or give them more balls at next year’s lottery. The consequence of the one and done era is that top basketball prospects are leaving school after just one year, here’s a look at one of them. Continue reading →