DeJounte Murray’s absence places a lot of emphasis on Patty Mills for the Spurs to make the playoffs. Can the 30-year-old meet expectation?
To kick off the pre-season the Boston Celtics opened against the Charlotte Hornets in the confines of the North Carolina Tar Heels. Under the college atmosphere, the Dean Dome was … Continue Reading Hornets Sting Celtics to In Pre-Season Opener
Someday the stars will align and the Warriors will finally (finally) face off against the disgruntled ex of Kevin Durant. Oklahoma City wants to stick it to Durant one-on-one more … Continue Reading OKC Season Preview
Remember when the Miami Heat repeated as champions in 2013 and the rest of the NBA cowered under their boots? Seems so long ago. Little did we know how gentile … Continue Reading The Warriors Achillies Heels
I truly feel bad for Clipper fans. They’re most competitive era coincided with the rise of the Golden State Warriors, and as the years went on the team grew more … Continue Reading Love The Clippers, Dammit!
If it weren’t for the horrendous contract of shooting guard Zach LaVine, 23, for $78 million for the next four-seasons I’d be inclined to grade the Bulls off-season an A-Plus … Continue Reading Get Excited Bulls Fans
I’ve done a near 180 flip on the Detroit Pistons. I’ve chastised them for trading for the often-injured star Blake Griffin, a feature of having a coach/general manager on thin … Continue Reading Time For Casey To Unlease Blake Griffin
We are in a time of the year where everyone is still in love with their teams. Ask any Celtic fan, they wouldn’t give up Guerschon Yabusele unless it was … Continue Reading The Good, The Bad, The Meh
The Spurs are in a no-win situation with Kawhi Leonard, the relationship was too toxic to rebuild no matter how much trust we had in their infrastructure to find their … Continue Reading DeMar DeRozan: The Anti-Spurs Player
It didn’t matter LeBron James now plays for the Los Angeles Lakers. Toronto Raptors general manager Masai Ujiri was long fed up with this core of players that time and … Continue Reading Kawhi Leonard: A Long Armed T-Rex
This is admittedly a difficult column to write. Teams are hamstrung by their erratic spending in the summers of 2015 and 2016, working with very little cap space this summer … Continue Reading GTB: Worst Free Agent Signings
June 30th, 11:55 free agency officially began with the signing of Doug McDermott to the Pacers. Of course that’s not why we had Adrian Wojnarowski and Shams Charania notifications on … Continue Reading Dan Gilbert Is Low Hanging Fruit
In a span of 365 days the Jerry West regime in Los Angeles washed away nearly all remnants of the “Roc Divers” era, leaving just its head coach. 25-year-old shooting … Continue Reading Wizards/Clippers: All Upside
The 2010 NBA Finals loss to the selfish Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers was the first ever heartbreak I experienced as a sports fan. I didn’t become integrated … Continue Reading It Shouldn’t Have Ended That Way
I write this as the ceremonies haven’t even began to celebrate the newest NBA dynasty. The Warriors, for all their bluster and talent upfront, were vulnerable this year. Their bench … Continue Reading The Warriors Aren’t Indestructible
After a virtuosos performance from Boston in Game 5 how could have we possibly believed the momentum would carry over to Cleveland when the Celtics, quite possibly, are the worst … Continue Reading The Cavaliers Can Win Without Kevin Love