Pump Fake to the Altar: Episode 18 – Reflecting on the 2018 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame class

In this episode of Pump Fake to the Altar, Felix John-Baptiste and DJ Allen reflect on the accomplishments of the 2018 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame inductees. Jason Kidd, Steve Nash, and Ray Allen are just a few of the deserving individuals that were enshrined and received recognition. The story of the NBA during the

Continue Reading →

Amare Stoudemire: Steve Nash’s Hall of Fame was “a special moment”

Steve Nash is living his best life! He’s promoted his app during Apple’s “special event,” today. As per CBS’s James Herbert:  Yes, just days after celebrating his induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, the former Phoenix Suns and Dallas Mavericks star got to work promoting his app. Nash — along with the likes of Mark Cuban, Jeremy Lin and Sam

Continue Reading →

Thanks to Tim Donaghy, LeBron’s Cavs & Steve Nash’s Suns never met in ’07 Finals, says Amare Stoudemire

Last weekend, Steve Nash was enshrined into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. An eight-time NBA All-Star, the decorated Canadian basketball player was a seven-time All-NBA selection and was named the NBA’s Most Valuable Player while playing for the Phoenix Suns. One of Nash’s best assets? Amare Stoudemire. Nash and Stoudemire were teammates in Phoenix

Continue Reading →

Kobe Bryant Allen Iverson Big3

5 players I would love to see in Ice Cube’s ‘Big3’ league

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

Continue Reading →

Point guard

Point Guard’s Game: Tips to Be an Effective PG

It is often said that a Point Guard is the coach’s extension on the court. That is difficult to argue against, as the Point Guard of a team is usually responsible for running the team on the floor. They are responsible for getting their teammates in position to score and often times, initiating plays and

Continue Reading →

Who Was The Fanciest Passer In NBA History?

If you have not noticed yet, on our Twitter @BBallSociety_ we have been creating a long thread asking some serious and some funny questions regarding the NBA and its history. We always love to hear any input from fans of basketball. Now, we are going to be creating posts on our site for the thread

Continue Reading →

Legacy Left Behind: Steve Nash

Before there was Steph Curry, many people would argue that Steve Nash set the tone for a three-point shooting point guard that was also able to distribute the basketball unlike any other. With a career 3-point percentage of 43%, and as a two-time MVP, Nash has gone down as one of the greatest shooting point guards

Continue Reading →

VIDEO: Fisch’s Friday Rant – Kobe, Nash, And The Charlotte Hornets

Another episode of Fisch’s Friday Rant is here and I talk about a trio of topics this time: Kobe Bryant is returning to basketball activities Steve Nash will be coaching the Warriors and helped out C.J. McCollum The Charlotte Hornets offseason

Stephen Curry and Steve Nash

Warriors hiring Steve Nash is crucial for one simple reason

Marc Stein of ESPN reported yesterday that the defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors are in “advanced negotiations” to bring on two-time MVP Steve Nash as a part-time player development consultant. The 41-year-old Nash officially retired from basketball in March and was reportedly pursued aggressively by Warriors head coach Steve Kerr, team president Rick Welts,

Continue Reading →

Making the Leap: Jordan Clarkson, Season 1 Vol. 2

A couple of days ago, I talked about Kyle Anderson making the transition from his rookie to sophomore year. Now we look at another member of the 2014 NBA Draft,  Jordan Clarkson. Clarkson was selected in the 2nd round, 46th overall by the Washington Wizards, but was dealt to the Los Angeles Lakers on draft

Continue Reading →