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 →
There are 22 teams playing on tonight’s slate. That leaves plenty of players at every position to form your team. That also means there is plenty of value players to find. Here are my top players for tonight’s games.
News coming out of the NBA Office this morning is not good for the Atlanta Hawks and more importantly third-year forward John Collins. The league confirms that Collins tested positive for Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide 2. Collins stated in a message to ESPN just moments ago “He didn’t know the supplement contained an illegal component.”
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!
Although, the trade felt anti-climatic in a way. The Lakers have long been enamored with Anthony Davis, and they were finally able to land him after a tumultuous trade deadline. As a result, the Pelicans acquired some of the most intriguing young talents the league has to offer in the form of Lonzo Ball and Brandon Ingram.