Draymond Green is so highly valued around the league, every GM knows how pesky of a defender he can be, how he can guard 4 positions and is essential to the Warriors defense. He allows guards and bigs to switch on almost every screen, and his name is currently in the mix for Most Improved Player […]Read more "Everybody Loves Draymond, Especially the Warriors"
Andre Iguodala is a star in this league. He has all the athleticism in the world, has been one of the best wing defenders in the league for the better part of the last decade, and has consistently shown that he has the clutch gene. So then why is Andre having so much trouble fitting into […]Read more "The Tentative Nature of Andre Iguodala"
J.J. Watt is quite simply the best player in the NFL. He’s more consistent than Peyton Manning, plays an under appreciated position, and single-handedly carries the Houston pass rush every week. Ever since signing his $100 million extension, making him the highest paid defensive player of all time, he has actually increased his workload, which […]Read more "NFL’s New Sheriff, J.J. Watt’s Stellar 2014 Highlights"
The Brooklyn Nets made it close late, and despite Curry continuing his incredibly cold shooting streak, the Golden State Warriors were able to hold on and beat the Brooklyn Nets, 107-99. Jarrett Jack was the leading scorer for the Nets coming off the bench, and Klay Thompson carried the offense with Curry struggling to find […]Read more "Curry Goes Cold, Warriors Hold on to beat Nets 107-99"
-Say what you will about the Orlando Magic this season, they have some fun, young players that are showing strong promise early in the year. Elfrid Payton was the dark horse pick for Rookie of the Year and Aaron Gordon has been decent, for an 19 year old, in limited minutes. The biggest chip the Magic […]Read more "11 Things I Like & Dislike in the NBA (Week of 11/10-11/14)"
The Miami Dolphins have emerged as a team that must not been overlooked but after Sunday’s 20-16 loss in Detroit against the Lions, a change at the helm needs to be made. The Dolphins dropped to 5-4 but should be 7-2. The talent is certainly there, on both sides of the ball. Defensively, the Fins […]Read more "State of the Miami Dolphins: Does Philbin Need To Go?"
1. Paul George (Originally picked 10) How in the world did a superstar like Paul George fall to 10 in his draft class? That’s almost out of the lottery! At the time, people were even proclaiming he had the highest upside of almost anyone in the draft class, so then why not take the risk on […]Read more "2010 NBA Re-draft: How did Paul George slip to 10?"