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
“It’s true. All of it.” Stern words said by the late galactic hero Han Solo when Rey realizes all the legends she was told was in fact true as day. … Continue Reading Celtics Improbable Home Magic
Jayson Tatum wore some pretty nifty Laker gold color sneakers and that was his lone highlight of his night against Milwaukee, as the Celtics cruised to a 106-120 pummeling of … Continue Reading Bucks-C’s: Jaylen Brown Arrives; BOS Lead Series 2-0
This’ll be a series of statistical oddities and who’ll be the least sloppy team, at times Boston looked unable to avoiding shooting themselves in the foot. In the second-quarter, the … Continue Reading A Series Of Statistical Oddities
Boston’s 102-108 defeat on April 3rd, at the hands of Milwaukee was eyeopening. The Bucks took on a battered, shorthanded Celtics squad and couldn’t put them away, despite being in … Continue Reading Giannis Will Soar Over The Battered Celtics
For the San Antonio Spurs, the 1970’s was all about coming in dreadful second year after year. Lead by the prolific scorer George Gervin, the Spurs won 191 of the … Continue Reading George Gervin Ice’s The Celtics
Quick question: name the second and third best players on the San Antonio Spurs. No. Don’t say, “Kawhi Leonard” because he’s only been available for nine games this season. And … Continue Reading LaMarcus Aldridge Yawns His Way Back To An All-NBA Team
Written By: Vinny, @sailboatstudios Reasons for the Celtics recent struggles are many. For one If was expected Jayson Tatum would hit the rookie wall one of these days; the grind … Continue Reading The Most Important Stretch in Greg Monroe’s Celtics Tenure
Written By: Vinny @sailboatstudios It’s difficult to understand how great someone from the past really was, especially when you’ve never experienced them firsthand. This probably explains why so many people … Continue Reading What-If Larry Bird Retired In 1988?
By Vinny @sailboatstudios Visit the @goodtimebball Twitter account. From constantly working the Trade Machine we now shift to fruitless attempts to getting into the psyche of one Joe Johnson. The … Continue Reading The New Look Cavs
Written by Brian Jones Twitter: @JonesyNBA The Cleveland Cavaliers traded 6 players and were the star of the deadline this year. Contending teams don’t typically make this many moves during … Continue Reading How much did the Cavaliers improve?