We all know who the stars are in the NBA, but a star is nothing without a supporting cast. Here are 10 unsung hero’s of the NBA this season. Ersan Ilyasova Ersan is a very versatile guard in the NBA, he is actually second in the NBA in charges taken with 30 this season. Ersan is also a beast on the boards, with Philadelphia this … Continue reading 10 NBA Unsung Heroes
Bubba Watson is playing some of the best golf of his career, so it should come as no surprise to see the odds moving down in favor of the two-time Masters winner adding a third green jacket to his collection. Watson has regained his form that he struggled maintaining in recent years – even going as far as to rock a pink Volvik ball. He’s … Continue reading Master’s Preview: Bubba Watson
Guard: Damian Lillard – Honestly I think Lillard makes it simply based on a positional scarcity. Chris Paul, and Steph Curry have missed enough games to make a case against them. Lillard has been phenomenal during the second half of the season, vaulting a Portland team that was in 7th place in the west on January 1 to comfortably in the third spot in the … Continue reading Predictions for First Team All-NBA
Michael Porter Jr Mizzou SF 6-10 Michael Porter Jr is an athletic forward who has range from anywhere on the floor. He missed almost all of his freshman year with a back injury that required surgery, and has a very small college sample size, three games to be exact, but between his High School stats and his brief college stint, this guy is special. He … Continue reading NBA Draft Deep Dive: Michael Porter Jr
It has been a tumultuous year for the number one overall draft pick Markelle Fultz. He lost his shots somewhere in December and has been looking high and low for it, turning over couches and looking in the trash. Did he find it? I guess we will see. Never before have NBA fans been so enamored with a player doing shooting drills in practice. If … Continue reading Markelle Fultz Return?
The Western Conference Playoff Picture is more volatile than in the East where the teams are pretty much solidified and some seeding could change. In the Western Conference not only can the seedings change, but with roughly 10 games left, the Nuggets and the Clippers are not yet eliminated from contention. These are our predictions for teams currently occupying those spots. 1 Houston Vs 8 … Continue reading NBA Playoff Forecast: Western Conference Round 1
Predicting first round matchups and outcomes in the NBA playoffs. 1 Toronto Vs 8 Milwaukee Toronto is a team with poise and depth. Although they do have a star player that really makes the engines hum when he is in the rotation. When Demar Derozan doesn’t play you can expect Toronto to be a middling team who could lose to anyone I.e. Orlando last week. … Continue reading NBA Playoff Forecasts: Eastern Conference Round 1