After one game, can “The Process” continue to live up to the hype? The Sixers opened their season last night in Washington but fans of the processfilled Capital One Arena to watch hype become reality. Wednesday marked the debuts of the last two number one overall picks, Ben Simmons and Markelle Fultz, and the return of Joel … Continue reading Philly Crushin’ Already
5 Quick Questions heading into the 2017–2018 NBA Season Washington kicks off its campaign tonight at home against the Philadelphia 76ers and it is now time for a DC sports team to make the push. The Wizards had what you can call a below average off-season. The team stayed the same, minus a few bench player … Continue reading 5 Questions: ‘17–‘18 Washington Wizards
After Opening Night, Jae Crowder showed glimpses as to why he could be the best piece the Cavs received in the Kyrie Irving trade The opening game lived up to expectations by having the game decided in the final minute. We all know by now and have seen the Gordon Hayward gruesome injury. Prayers up to … Continue reading Jae Crowder — The Best Part of the Irving Trade
D.C. Could Have Fallen Hard, BUT NOPE! The strapped-for-cash-Wizards could have been destined to lose John Wall but now D.C. does not have to worry for 6 years I began writing this piece a few weeks after John Wall was “waiting” to sign his super max extension that the Washington Wizards offered to him. With Wall … Continue reading This Wall Isn’t Going Anywhere!
Durant, Westbrook, Harden, and Ibaka were destined for greatness until they weren’t The 2011–2012 Oklahoma City Thunder were ready to take on the world. After the lockout ended, the team made it to the finals after finishing 47–19, 2nd in the Western Conference behind the San Antonio Spurs. After sweeping the Dallas Mavericks, crushing the Lakers … Continue reading How OKC’s ‘Original’ Big-Four Could Have Changed the NBA
The Rockets acquired Chris Paul from the Clippers and Harden will have to adjust The latest Woj-bomb hit earlier today when The Vertical reported that Los Angeles Clippers star, Chris Paul was being traded to the Houston Rockets. *collective gasp when the alert hit everyone’s phone and Twitter timeline* In an effort to get something from … Continue reading Houston, We Have Made a Questionable Move
Gordon Hayward is a free agent and he could go anywhere Former scrawny Indiana kid, Gordon Hayward is set to be a free agent this off-season for the first time in his career. With seven seasons in Utah, many focus on a scenery change for the 2017 All-Star centered around one team in particular, but Hayward … Continue reading The Gordon Hayward Option
Everyone continues to believe the Warriors will blow out the Cavaliers, they won’t The long awaited three-peat of the Cavs-Warriors saga is finally here. The stars will align again Thursday for game one of the NBA Finals. We have had a week without basketball come Thursday, but we have already seen many popular faces start giving … Continue reading Why Brooms Will Not Be Necessary
On the brink of history, we look closer at the meaning of the accomplishment Russell Westbrook is set to surpass Oscar Robinson for the most triple-doubles recorded in one season, and it is inevitable, Westbrook will get another in at least one of the Thunder’s four remaining games. That record comes with the amazing feat … Continue reading The Almost-New Triple-Double King — Is He Really King?
Analytics and 3’s are taking over and basketball as we knew it could be over The stars gathered and ratings still stunk. The NBA All-Star Game gave us nothing new this year aside from New Orleans Pelicans star, Anthony Davis, scoring a record 52 points. I am shocked that the record previously was 42 by Wilt. … Continue reading One Week Later — The NBA All-Star Game Gave us a Sign & We Need to Listen