The Boston Celtics want you all to know—they are not going anywhere.
Golden State Warriors
Saturday night wasn’t kind to the Golden State Warriors. Steph and KD made it even worse.
There’s a non-zero chance the Warriors win all 82 regular season games this year.
The Houston Rockets are more than capable of taking things to the next level. Especially now.
Help us in welcoming our latest super-team to the NBA—the Thunder!
Imagine an NBA where the Spurs don’t cruise to 60 wins.
The Celtics got Kyrie and Hayward, and yet plenty of questions remain.
There’s no reason to doubt the Cavs now.
Remember that Masai Ujiri wanted to tank. Now the Raptors are in for some trouble.
If anybody needed another argument as to what makes LeBron James the very best player in the NBA today, re-watch the 2017 NBA Finals.
No, Stephen Curry didn’t magically get worse last season. He simply adjusted his game because Kevin Durant was there. Have we forgotten 2016 already?
Is there a better jump-shooter to have in the NBA than Kevin Durant? It’s hard to argue otherwise. But, how does he compare to Stephen Curry?
The Rockets decided to put Chris Paul next to James Harden and figure the rest out later. CP-3 is still Point God, but for how much longer?
Tuesday, the Celtics sent Isaiah Thomas to the Cavs in a package for Kyrie Irving. They got the best player in the trade, but the good news ends there.
Draymond Green is inarguably the most versatile non-LeBron player in the NBA, but there’s one thing that’s keeping him out of the Top 15 of this list.
‘3-and-D’ wingers are kind of the “thing” in today’s NBA, but nobody’s better at it than Klay Thompson. But that’s not all he is.
The Cavs fired their GM, haven’t brought in any player of note, and now Kyrie wants out? If the Cavs are a sinking ship, it’s time to trade LeBron James.
Curry deserves the max; what will KD demand? It’s not going to be cheap, so what makes us so certain that all of the Warriors major players will be back?