Saying Bob Myers gets the nod for Executive of the Year just for signing Kevin Durant seems a little simple. But that’s just it—it isn’t that simple.
Golden State Warriors
Stop giving the Sixth Man of the Year Award to Jamal Crawford and Jamal Crawford-type players. This is Andre Iguodala’s to lose, and it’s not even close.
The 2017 NBA rookie class wasn’t great, and while Malcolm Brogdon played a key role for Milwaukee, Joel Embiid should be your clear-cut Rookie of the Year.
LeBron James definitely isn’t going to win the NBA MVP Award this season, but that doesn’t mean he’s still the league’s best player.
It’s almost unbelievable how much success the San Antonio Spurs have had under Gregg Popovich. Or, ‘Pop.’ But, what other NBA GMs know what they’re doing?
There are major differences between how the Warriors and Cavaliers defended their title the following season. And the fans deserve better from the Cavs.
The Warriors when Curry sits; Kawhi as a Power Forward; Blake Griffin at Center? As the playoffs approach, we break down the West’s most important lineups.
With the NBA threatening teams over resting their players, it’s time to set some ground rules. Because choosing to rest them is a necessary evil.
Following our WhatIfSports football and baseball simulations, we turn to the NBA Finals. The Bulls, Heat, Warriors; which champion became best ever?
The three-point shot is absolutely a viable option in the NBA, but team’s dependence on it in recent years means it needs to be revisited for a few reasons.
The Golden State Warriors, through a Kevin Durant injury and The Splash Brothers shooting slumps, are suddenly in trouble. Is the West still GSW’s to lose?
This week, we’re a little all over the reservation. The Warriors are making “interesting” stadium decisions, Bears get Glennon, and so much more.
The Cavaliers are great, as are the Warriors—and there’s nothing wrong with that. But competition continues to dwindle, and NBA fans deserve better.
Whether Sacramento got enough for Cousins is another story, but at the end of the day they were stuck. So they finally decided to go in another direction.
If there’s one thing the Warriors can’t handle, it’s a superstar center. Now that the Pelicans have two, a real challenge awaits Golden State down the road.
If we’re looking to assign a moral high ground in the Durant, Westbrook feud, it probably goes to Russ. But on the court? KD is undoubtedly superior.
There once was a time when OKC had Westbrook, Harden and Durant. How is it that they didn’t experience more success with one another?