It’s no wonder the Warriors are the NBA’s best; how’d they get Jordan Bell? And, hear us out—we think the Kings just had the best draft. We know, we know.
Golden State Warriors
From the 2016 Warriors to the New York Giants and 1987 Minnesota Twins, the best team in the regular season is never guaranteed a championship.
By securing his first-ever NBA Championship on Monday night, Kevin Durant cemented his legacy. Whether you believe he deserved it or not means nothing.
Lots of folks had fun hating LeBron James for a while. Lots of folks still do. As for Kevin Durant, he’s not even worthy of that.
The Houston Astros are red-hot, and we will likely have two new champions by the end of the weekend. Have you been paying attention? Time for another quiz!
Cleveland is being destroyed by Golden State right now, but especially when LeBron is sitting. So now it’s time to pick an extreme and stick with it.
Players Mike Brown has coached are a who’s who of future HOFers. So we thought, ‘How would his all-time roster match up against those of great coaches?’
Warriors-Cavs, Part III should be a decimation. But if it’s not, that’s because LeBron is the single greatest basketball player that has ever lived.
On Tuesday, we tackled what the Cavs were going to attempt when they had the ball. Today, it’s all about the Golden State offense. What can we expect?
Cleveland’s offensive statistics have been so ridiculous this postseason, you may not believe them. So, what can they do to try to beat the Warriors?
The NBA Finals is approaching, and for the third straight season it will be the Warriors facing off against the Cavs. But which team has more to lose?
The Pelicans may be our best chance to punish smaller opponents that have taken over the NBA. It just means reversing a long trend of dumb decision-making.
With another NBA Finals nearing, it got us thinking: which team was the most dominant playoff team ever? The ’01 Lakers? How about the ’89 Pistons? Well…
Boston took Game 3 Sunday night, so, hooray…? That just means we’ll have to wait one game more to get to the Finals. So how can we make this interesting?
Had Kawhi Leonard not gotten injured, Spurs likely would’ve taken Game 1 from the Warriors. So can the chaos they created be sustained without him?
This Spurs-Warriors matchup is one we needed two years ago, which makes this series compelling for an entirely different set of reasons.
Looking at the Warriors cap situation, it all depends on what Kevin Durant decides. But his decision might impact so much more than just that team.