Josh Elias | April 22nd, 2019
As I’m sure you’ve noticed by now, I like to keep my finger on the pulse of the current NBA topics of conversation and write about such things as “Hank Gathers has been dead longer than 79% of the NBA has been alive” and “Rodney Rogers was a thing once, I wonder what happened to – oh. Damn.” It’s time to keep that trend going and interrupt the most important month of the season to talk about a bunch of guys whose years are over. Continue reading
Troy Pierce | March 22nd, 2019
The Rookie of the Year race is heating up and the final weeks of the NBA’s regular season are upon us.
This week we will be checking on on two rookie point guards looking to make a name for themselves in this league.
Without further ado, here is your Rookie Report for the week of March 11, 2019. Continue reading
Josh Elias | March 21st, 2019
Let me get this out of the way before I say anything else: Trae Young will not be Rookie of the Year.
Troy Pierce | March 6th, 2019
In part one of this weeks’ Rookie Report we took a look at Marvin Bagley III and the impressive work he did against two of the most imposing teams in the Western Conference.
For more on those games and Bagley III’s impressive showings, click here.
In part two we’ll head over to the Eastern Conference where Trae Young had two very impressive overtime performances.
Kit Shepard | March 5th, 2019
Although early impressions of the 2019 rookie class suggest that it is one of the strongest and deepest in recent memory, the latest crop to enter the NBA will be defined by two players who will be compared meticulously throughout their careers. Ever since the night of the 2018 draft, Trae Young and Luka Doncic were destined to be intrinsically linked.
Coach Treal | February 28th, 2019
It is hard to have a time frame on when a player is showing you something more than they did the previous season or previous game. Second-year Atlanta Hawks Forward John Collins has done just that with his play in his sophomore season. His hard work and improvements haven’t gone unnoticed as he was selected to take part in the NBA Rising Stars Challenge Game and made his debut in the Slam Dunk Contest as part of the All-Star weekend.
Troy Pierce | February 18th, 2019
With NBA All-Star Weekend looming to start the week, NBA was cut short this week with the weeks’ action ending on Thursday night. This week we’ll be checking in on Cleveland’s “young bull” Collin Sexton. Next, we’ll be checking in on Trae Young and his career night against the visiting Los Angeles Lakers. After that, we will head to the desert for DeAndre Ayton‘s 20-point performance against the Los Angeles Clippers.