Just a little over a month ago, the Minnesota Timberwolves were 4-1 with big wins over the Nets, and the Heat, both of which are playoff caliber teams. Since then they’ve got 6-12 with loses to the Wizards, Thunder, the Grizzlies twice, and the Suns twice. This leads me to ask, what has happened to
It’s funny, while the Lakers were on their 10 game winning streak, that seemed to be all we heard about. In fact, I don’t think I saw or heard the Milwaukee Bucks get mentioned once, yet, they themselves were on a 10 game winning streak as well. Last night the Bucks continued their streak, and
I remember only 4 or 5 seasons ago, a triple-double was considered a major accomplishment. It wasn’t a no-hitter, or a perfect passer rating, but nonetheless, it was something worthy of praise. Now, however, it doesn’t really seem to have the same kind of weight that it used to. Why is this? There’s no question
When we traded Kevin Love for first overall pick Andrew Wiggins, and drafted Karl-Anthony Towns first overall in 2015, this is what we imagined. We imagined a duo of Shaq and Kobe proportions and up through the end of last season, they had done little to fulfill that vision. Now however, with Wiggins in year
Tonight the San Antonio Spurs (5-5) square off against the Minnesota Timberwolves (6-4) in what is a must win for both. I know, it’s early in the season, but in the Western Conference every game counts. The Spurs are 1 game behind the Timberwolves and a win would knock the Wolves out of the top
Andrew Wiggins entered the league with absurdly high expectations which has subjected to him to a lot of unfair scrutiny. After all, his numbers in his first 5 seasons aren’t that bad, in fact, from 2014-2019 his numbers weren’t much different than Jimmy Butlers or Klay Thompsons, yet he’s received a massive amount of criticism.
Anthony Davis Does His Best James Harden Impression, the Mavericks almost match NBA history, Tyler Herro goes off..
Last night was a busy one for the NBA. A total of 11 games were played, highlighted by Chris Paul and Russell Westbrook facing each other on their former teams, the Clippers trying to bounce back after a disappointing loss to Phoenix, and the Knicks, Kings, Pelicans, and Pacers all looking to get their first
Yesterday was the greatest day of the year: Sports Equinox. The one day where the NHL, MLB, NFL, and NBA all play games on the same day. Yet again, the NBA showed itself to be the best league of the four, with another exciting night of basketball, full of story lines. Here are a few:
The Lakers Bad trade, the Clippers loss, Trae Young, and more…