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!
It’s always an amazing feeling when you receive acknowledgment from those that you look up to. Especially when it comes from someone who’s one of the best to ever do it. During an episode of ESPN’s First Take, one of the greatest shooters ever in Ray Allen told the world who he believes the greatest shooter
Ice Cube’s Big3 league of retired players has been starting to get a lot of notoriety. With names like Allen Iverson, Baron Davis, and Kevin Garnett amongst others, getting to watch some of our past favorite players hit the court again is quite exciting. Despite the possibility of some them gaining weight and losing some of
Ray Allen. Reggie Miller. The two share 36 years of NBA experience leading to 15 all star games and 5 all NBA teams. There are 49,784 points between them and a plethora of some of the greatest clutch shots in NBA history. Naturally, with Allen’s recent retirement there have been several discussions about his place
Ray Allen announced his retirement this week after being in the league for 20 years. The two-time MVP, Stephen Curry payed homage to the future Hall-of-Famer on his Instagram, congratulating him as well as calling him “the greatest shooter to play the game”: Big congrats to @trayfour, the greatest shooter to play the game, on
Any current or past basketball player that envisioned themself as a shooter has a special place in their heart for Ray Allen. He embodied everything that it took to be a pure shooter. Allen had perfect form, A-1 balance, knew how to use screens, and contained a consistent release which always kept his accuracy at its
When we last saw Ray Allen in the NBA, he was playing a vital role as a knock down shooter off the bench for LeBron James and the Heatles. We’ve seen his huge shot that saved the Finals for the Miami Heat, and before Steph Curry went on a rampage, he was the owner of
It’s one thing to get praised by one of your peers but it’s another thing to get praised by one of the best to ever do it. Throughout this season, Steph Curry has been scrutinized a lot by retired players who have said things like, ‘well if he played in our era, he wouldn’t be the same‘.
A knockdown shooter is a great asset to have in the arsenal as a coach. There’s nothing better than knowing you have a guy that you can kick the ball out to that’s a guaranteed swish when left wide open. Every championship team had one: Steve Kerr and Tony Kukoc in Chicago, Derek Fisher and
In the latest installment of Pepsi’s hilarious “Uncle Drew” series featuring Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving, Ray Allen makes a cameo as “Walt,” Drew’s nemesis and the two square off in a game of H-O-R-S-E, with Irving proclaiming he’s “never made it past H.” Baron Davis makes an appearance as “Louis,” one of Drew’s