By now everyone and their uncle have seen the video of former Los Angeles Lakers President Magic Johnson out of nowhere resigning his position on ESPN right before game time. After the shock of the move wore off that should have been the end of it, but a last week Johnson appeared on ESPN's morning … Continue reading The Lakers Dumpster Fire Rages On
It's been a wild few days months for the Ball family. News broke the other day that trusted family friend and partial owner of the infamous Big Baller Brand Alan Foster allegedly stole $1.5 million dollars from Lakers' Lonzo Ball's business and personal accounts. According to the ESPN article I read about this a few … Continue reading The Death of the Big Baller Brand?
Last night a video went viral showing Oklahoma City Thunder Point Guard Russell Westbrook threatening a fan. https://twitter.com/SInow/status/1105301547712479232 Before rushing to judgment over Westbrook's comments it's important to take a look at the whole situation. I say that because I HIGHLY doubt that Westbrook just went off, the fan obviously said something to trigger such … Continue reading Russell Westbrook Threatens Jazz Fan
Just when I was beginning to wonder about Carmelo Anthony, his name begins to pop up among all the headlines about the missed interference call in Nola. It seems as if Melo's time with the Houston Rockets has finally come to an end and he's been traded to the Chicago Bulls (let's not forget the … Continue reading Carmelo Anthony Blowing Through Windy City?
Carmelo Anthony is one of those National Basketball League players that is guaranteed to have some sort of news written about him. I was actually getting worried that it was quiet around Houston for a bit there, but then checking the news today I saw his name back in the headlines. It's rumored, at least … Continue reading Has Carmelo Bounced Outta Houston?
The answer is no. After demolishing the Chicago Bulls Monday night with Klay Thompson (& his headband) scoring a record 14 3-pointers and the Warriors scored 92 points in the first half which is the most first-half points in an National Basketball League game since 1990. Their banner night sent social media abuzz with critics … Continue reading Are the Golden State Warriors Ruining Basketball?
The National Basketball Association made a bombshell announcement this week saying that they were going to offer elite prospects $125,000 to play in the G-League to entice them to skip NCAA play and head right into pro ball. It's a move that directly challenges the strangle hold the NCAA has on basketball players wanting to … Continue reading NBA G League Taking on NCAA ‘One and Done’