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Warriors Were ‘Furious’ About How Kevin Durant was Treated in First Return to Oklahoma City

Warriors Were ‘Furious’ About How Kevin Durant was Treated in First Return to Oklahoma City

Kevin Durant won’t be suiting up for the Golden State Warriors when he makes his second return to Oklahoma City, but the tension between him and the city and organization still lingers. Or maybe there’s just tension between the Warriors and Thunder. According to ESPN.com’s Chris Haynes, Golden State wasn’t happy that Oklahoma City failed [...]

March 20, 2017 dfavale Dan Favale 0

Chandler Parsons Officially Out For Season With Meniscus Tear

Chandler Parsons Officially Out For Season With Meniscus Tear

If you want to know what was potentially the worst free agent signing this past summer with all of the funny money that was thrown around, you have to look no further than the Memphis Grizzlies and Chandler Parsons. The Grizzlies gave Parsons a massive four-year, $94 million contract this summer despite all of his [...]

March 20, 2017 Ryan Bawek Ryan Bawek 0

Could Carlos Boozer Return To The NBA?

Could Carlos Boozer Return To The NBA?

Not that long ago Carlos Boozer was one of the most coveted free agents on the market and a guy worthy of a $100 million NBA contract in 2010. Times have changed and the former two-time NBA All-Star has been out of the NBA since a forgettable stint with the Los Angeles Lakers ended in [...]

March 20, 2017 Ryan Bawek Ryan Bawek 0

Steve Kerr About Lavar Ball “I Don’t Think He’s Helping His Kids”

Steve Kerr About Lavar Ball “I Don’t Think He’s Helping His Kids”

LaVar Ball has made himself far and away more famous and in the news than his top NBA draft prospect son Lonzo Ball and his other two talented sons in high school LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball, with his controversial comments and let’s be honest, disassociation with reality. He has said that Lonzo is better than [...]

March 20, 2017 Ryan Bawek Ryan Bawek 0

Hometown Kid Making Name For Himself In Phoenix

Hometown Kid Making Name For Himself In Phoenix

Growing up in Phoenix as a Phoenix Suns fan there has always been one oddity that never really made sense…being a fan of a team located in one of the seven largest metropolitan areas in the United States, why was there such a the lack of hometown players to play for the team? In my [...]

March 17, 2017 Ryan Bawek Ryan Bawek 0

Wade Out For The Season; Is He Done In Chicago?

Wade Out For The Season; Is He Done In Chicago?

The MRI results came in and they weren’t good for 35-year-old Bulls star guard Dwyane Wade, he will miss the remainder of the season to recover from a broken elbow Wade’s homecoming hasn’t exactly been anything special as the Bulls are currently 10th in the east at 32-36. Wade has the ability to opt out [...]

March 17, 2017 Ryan Bawek Blogs 0

Lots of Shade was Thrown Following Los Angeles Lakers’ 39-Point Loss to Houston Rockets

Lots of Shade was Thrown Following Los Angeles Lakers’ 39-Point Loss to Houston Rockets

On the heels of the Los Angeles Lakers’ 139-100 loss to the Houston Rockets Wednesday night, there was much to talk about. There was also a lot of shade that needed to be thrown, apparently. Let’s start with head coach Luke Walton. He was irate, per the Los Angeles Daily News‘ Mark Medina: Okay, now let’s [...]

March 16, 2017 dfavale Dan Favale 0

Year of the Triple-Double

Year of the Triple-Double

The triple-double, once a mystique filled achievement that wasn’t seen on a nightly basis has almost become routine business these days as a number of players are messing around and getting a triple-double even more than Ice Cube. As of March 14, there have been an incredible 86 triple-doubles and counting during the 2016-17 season [...]

March 16, 2017 Ryan Bawek Ryan Bawek 0

Knicks President Phil Jackson Doesn’t Plan to Fire Jeff Hornacek

Knicks President Phil Jackson Doesn’t Plan to Fire Jeff Hornacek

Jeff Hornacek’s job with the New York Knicks is safe. So be sure to send condolences his way. Though the Knicks rank as one of this season’s biggest disappointments, team president Phil Jackson has no plans to get rid of his fourth head coach (remember, he inherited, then canned, Mike Woodson), according to the New York [...]

March 16, 2017 dfavale Dan Favale 0

Alvin Gentry To Be Fired If Pelicans Don’t Finish Strong

Alvin Gentry To Be Fired If Pelicans Don’t Finish Strong

The experiment in the Big Easy hasn’t been an easy transition for Anthony Davis and Demarcus Cousins thus far. The Pelicans, who were 2.5 games out of the No. 8 seed at the All-Star break when they made the blockbuster deal, are now 5.5 games out and basically eliminated from postseason contention. That does not [...]

March 16, 2017 Ryan Bawek Ryan Bawek 0