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
50. Dwyane Wade, Chicago Bulls 49. Jabari Parker, Milwaukee Bucks 48. Jrue Holiday, New Orleans Pelicans 47. DeAndre Jordan, Los Angeles Clippers 46. Joel Embiid, Philadelphia Sixers 45. Devin Booker, Phoenix Suns 44. Al Horford, Boston Celtics 43. Andrew Wiggins, Minnesota Timberwolves 42. Danilo Gallinari, Los Angeles Clippers 41. Eric Bledsoe, Phoenix Suns 40. Myles
On the third episode of The Sunday Fadeaway host Ryan Calpin and special contributor Ryan Dieter (@thedeetz63) dive into LeBron’s future with the Cavs, MVP favorites and a breakdown of the Southwest Division. They also have new topics for this week’s Crossover and Buzzer Beater. Make sure to tune in and follow to join the
The Houston Rockets have been watching teams in the Western Conference lose players to free agency for the past two seasons. The most notable being Kevin Durant leaving Oklahoma City to join the splash brothers in Oakland. With the Rockets trading for Chris Paul, the task was simple for Houston’s front office. Sign James Harden.
We already know that the NBA summer usually starts getting crazy once free agency starts. This Saturday, July 1 is when free agency starts, but we have already had a wild beginning to the NBA offseason. With Chris Paul being traded to the Rockets, he was doing the Clippers organization a favor. Paul could have
This NBA offseason is putting a ton of pressure on stars to make impactful moves in response to Golden State. Jimmy Butler was moved in a proposed trade on draft night, Paul George is still dangling in trade talks, and starting on July 1 this Saturday there will be high bidding for some noteworthy free agents,
Today is June 26, 2017. We’re far removed from the end of the NBA regular season which ended on Wednesday, April 12, 2017. We’re also a couple weeks removed from the end of the NBA Finals which ended on Monday June 12, 2017. With that being said, we still have no idea who the winners
Fisch’s Friday Rant is back for another week of constructive criticism! Well, maybe not too constructive, because rants aren’t that constructive, right? Anyway, it’s time to talk about this weird, hot takes about James Harden and Kobe Bryant. They’ve gotten out of hand and everyone who has taken part on Twitter needs to stop immediately!
“For what might’ve been the most anticipating matchup featuring two of the NBA’s leading scorers, this certainly resulted as a series which ended far too soon…” The Houston Rockets (4-1) will advance to the Western Conference Semifinals after defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder in five games. Houston will face the San Antonio Spurs, which will be
We’ve all heard it before somewhere or another. The NBA playoff format is in need of some adjustment. Whether you agree or disagree, there’s popular media belief that the 8th seeds in each conference should disappear. Some people would rather see a complete 1 through 16 seeding to include those “best of the West” teams