NBA Western Conference Power Rankings Going into the 2018-2019 Season

15. Sacramento Kings 14. Phoenix Suns 13. Memphis Grizzlies 12. Dallas Mavericks 11. Los Angeles Clippers 10. Portland Trail Blazers 9. Minnesota Timberwolves 8. New Orleans Pelicans          With the loss of Demarcus Cousins (snake) to the Golden State Warriors, Anthony Davis will have to do his best LeBron impersonation and carry this team. Jrue … Continue reading NBA Western Conference Power Rankings Going into the 2018-2019 Season

NBA Eastern Conference Power Rankings Going into the 2018-2019 Season

  15) Atlanta Hawks 14) Chicago Bulls 13) New York Knicks 12) Orlando Magic 11) Cleveland Cavaliers 10)Brooklyn Nets 9) Miami Heat   Charlotte Hornets The addition of Tony Parker gives the Hornets a solid backup for All-Star Point Guard Kemba Walker. Miles Bridges is a solid wing player, and a big addition to help out guards … Continue reading NBA Eastern Conference Power Rankings Going into the 2018-2019 Season

LeBron James’ “I Promise” School officially opens it’s doors

LeBron James, the GOAT, has opened a school for over 200 at risk children in the Akron, Ohio area. This school not only provides a free education for 3rd and 4th graders, it also will provide each student with the following: free uniforms, free breakfast, lunch and snacks, free transportation within 2 miles, a free bicycle … Continue reading LeBron James’ “I Promise” School officially opens it’s doors

The Golden State Warriors Sweep the Cleveland Cavaliers, become back-to-back NBA Champions

1st Quarter: Cleveland started out the game with terrible shot selection. Stephen Curry hit a circus-like 3, continuing the Warriors momentum. Klay Thompson recieved 2 fouls in 5 minutes. Golden State was on absolute fire from beyond the arc. 34-25 Warriors to end the first. 2nd Quarter: Klay picked up a rough 3rd foul with 7:30 … Continue reading The Golden State Warriors Sweep the Cleveland Cavaliers, become back-to-back NBA Champions

“Top Five by Position” Small Forward Edition

Continuing to rank players by their position, the Small Forwards are up next. The Small Forward position was severely weak this season due to injuries (or “injuries” in Kawhi Leonard’s case). This being said, keep in mind 60 GAMES PLAYED MINIMUM. (No Butler, Kawhi, or Giannis because he primarily played Power Forward this season.) Honorable … Continue reading “Top Five by Position” Small Forward Edition

“Top Five by Position” Shooting Guard Edition

Today I will continue ranking players by their position. Today’s “Top Five by Position” will address the scorers, and debatably the deepest position in the NBA today, the Shooting Guards. (REMINDER: 60 GAMES MINIMUM)   Honorable Mention: C.J McCollum, Donavan Mitchell, Klay Thompson, and Andre Ingram.   Obviously, Andre Ingram is nowhere as good as … Continue reading “Top Five by Position” Shooting Guard Edition

2017-2018 NBA Season’s “Top Five by Position”: Point Guard Edition

The 2018 season was another great season with great players. I am going to divide players by position and rank them. Today I will start this “Top Five by Position” with the ball handlers, the IQ, the point guard. (MINIMUM 60 GAMES PLAYED; Sorry Curry and Wall fans.)   Honorable Mention: Goran Dragic, Jrue Holiday, … Continue reading 2017-2018 NBA Season’s “Top Five by Position”: Point Guard Edition