Your move, Milwaukee.
It’s his 15th year in the NBA.
There’s a non-zero chance the Warriors win all 82 regular season games this year.
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?
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.
Everywhere you look, Lebron’s legacy remains intact. Should it? With all these comparisons to MJ, let’s take a step back for just a moment and think again.
The Penguins are back-to-back NHL champions. Kevin Durant is now an NBA champion. But that’s not all that’s going on; have you been paying attention?
Kevin Love is playable when he’s hitting his 3-pointers and dominating the boards. But in three of the five NBA Finals games, he was very much a liability.
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.
From James Naismith and LeBron to Donatas Motiejūnas and Sam Presti, nobody’s safe as we look to assign blame for these non-competitive NBA playoffs.
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.
We know Stephen Curry is so much more than just a ridiculous three-point shooter, but where can we currently place him in terms of his NBA legacy?
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?