In today's edition of WTF News, Chicago Bulls star Nikola Mirotic was hospitalized following an altercation with fellow Bulls player Bobby Portis. Mirotic suffered two broken bones in his face and is suspected to have a concussion. And the only thing going through my mind when I saw the news is why would Portis want … Continue reading WTF News: Nikola Mirotic Hospitalized Following Altercation with Teammate
This past weekend news broke that the New York Knicks had finally traded Carmelo Anthony to the Oklahoma City Thunder in exchange for Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott, and a 2018 second-round draft pick (via the Chicago Bulls). So Knicks fan can rejoice that the team is finally able to start the arduous rebuilding process that … Continue reading Knicks Finally Trade Carmelo Anthony
I was scrolling through Facebook yesterday when I stumbled upon an article posted by ESPN, the worldwide leader of sports, about how much National Basketball Players actually make and I will admit that I thought the article would be really interesting and in some sense it was. Who thought that mainstream America actually wanted to … Continue reading NBA Player Salaries: Do You Really Care How Much They Make?
I saw an interesting article on Sports Illustrated by Jeremy Woo that discussed how National Basketball League Commissioner Adam Silver wants to change the draft lottery. Simply put, he wants to eliminate tanking, which is detrimental to the fans and the league. As the rule stands now, teams with the worst record can pick no … Continue reading NBA Looking to Change Draft Order Selection, Thus Deterring Teams from Tanking
Much like the OJ: Made in America Series, the new 30 for 30 documentary 'Celtics/Lakers the Best of Enemies' offers basketball fans not only a history of the National Basketball League, but a look into the history of race relations in America. Now, I was beyond excited to watch this documentary since the introduction of … Continue reading Celtics/Lakers Part One is another History Lesson through Sports
Besides the running commentary that the blame for the Cavalier's lackluster performance falls solely on LeBron James, another murmur began firing off on all the sports talk shows...why were the NHL Stanley Cup Finals more exciting than the NBA Finals? And the answer is quite simple. More sports fans are inclined to watch the NHL … Continue reading The Difference Between the Stanley Cup Playoffs and the NBA Finals
Before the ball is tipped for Game 2 of the NBA Finals, here's some highlights of the headlines that have caught my eye in the last three days. While scrolling through Sports Illustrated's home page this morning, I saw a hilarious headline that Steph Curry says the Warriors don't play Rihanna in the locker room. … Continue reading NBA Finals: LeBron’s Struggles, Rihanna v. the Cavs.