Warriors

Key storylines for Warriors-Spurs heading into Game 3

The red-hot shooting of Klay Thompson No other player in this series has left as big an imprint as Klay Thompson. Using the gift that has made him into the elite player he is today, his sweet stroke has been crippling any chance of a Spurs upset. In the opening game of the series, Thompson

Continue Reading →

Stephen Curry

2018 Western Conference 1st Round Preview: Golden State Warriors

Stephen Curry health It could be the biggest storyline heading into this year’s playoffs. Curry will sit out the entire first round match-up versus the San Antonio Spurs and is targeting a Western Conference semi-finals return. The injury which is diagnosed as an MCL sprain was suffered on March 23rd in the Warriors 104-96 victory

Continue Reading →

Final Four

2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four Preview

68 teams entered the tournament field with one common goal: get to San Antonio. Of those 68, only four have achieved that goal. Villanova, Kansas, Michigan, and tournament darlings Loyola-Chicago. The heart of a champion has been tested of all the remaining teams on the road to San Antonio, each proving that their will to

Continue Reading →

Sweet 16

2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Sweet 16 Preview: No. 2 Duke vs. No. 11 Syracuse

The scope for who will be crowned National Champions is becoming more narrowly focused. Duke and Syracuse have established themselves as two of college basketball most prestigious schools in terms of longevity of success. In the Midwest region this year, four teams currently remain. Of those four teams, two are ACC schools. Wouldn’t you know

Continue Reading →

Big East

2018 Big East Men’s Basketball Tournament Preview and Predictions

Oh, March, how the college basketball world has missed you. You are a month that draws fans to the game and even those who aren’t fans to tune in and see what all the buzz is about. However, before the 68 teams that are selected into the ultimate bracket, there is one major tournament that occurs first.

Continue Reading →

Fantasy

2017-2018 Top 10 NBA Fantasy: Point Guards

With the 2017-2018 NBA season right around the corner, the fantasy draft rooms are filling up. With one of the craziest offseasons we have seen in recent memory, the fantasy landscape has also changed. A bulk of the fantasy stat sheet stuffers come from the point guard position. Ranking them from 1-10 proved to be

Continue Reading →

Giannis Antetokounmpo

Why Giannis Antetokounmpo is a possible sleeper for 2017-18 NBA MVP

With Russell Westbrook taking the crown last year, there is hope that the MVP award could be in the hands of a surprise superstar. Giannis Antetokounmpo has emerged from the darkness and blossomed into a transcendent talent that the NBA landscape can no longer ignore. Giannis’ eventual claim to the throne In the 2016-2017 season,

Continue Reading →

Kentucky

How successful would an All-Kentucky team be in the NBA?

The University of Kentucky will be holding their Alumni Charity Game on August 25th. With this game, it sparks the imagination into how a team fully comprised of Big Blue Nation members would perform in the NBA. No other collegiate school has done a better at producing NBA talent than the Wildcats from Kentucky. Due in

Continue Reading →

International

Top 10 Best International Players of All-time

The NBA is where the best players in the world congregate and compete against one another to achieve personal and career success. Players can break onto the NBA scene from their performance in college or while playing at the professional level internationally. The NBA is the perfect blend of mixing the play styles of both

Continue Reading →

Brooklyn Nets

Brooklyn Nets slowly rising to relevance

It may come as a surprise to some or might even comedic that the Brooklyn Nets are on the rise. After all, finishing at or near the bottom of the NBA for the last few years, there is only room for improvement. Sometimes all it takes a franchise to turn around on its head is

Continue Reading →