Saturday 17th November 2018,
The Hoop Doctors

R.S. De France

Early Lakers Losses Are No Big Deal

Early Lakers Losses Are No Big Deal

Since the Lakers signed one of the best players in the NBA in LeBron James, experts like Stephen A. Smith and hardcore Lakers fans alike have told us they will make the Western Conference Finals. I just laughed. They have started the season 4-6 and sit 5 ½ games out of first place, and everyone [...]

November 8, 2018 Rob R.S. De France 0

L.A. Magic is Back

L.A. Magic is Back

The magic is officially back in Lakers’ land. With back-to-back rim rocking jams three minutes into the Lakers v Trailblazers game, LeBron James told the world loud and clear that he’s still one of the best players in the NBA today even at 33 years old. James’ dunks: The crowd erupted, and the Blazers were [...]

October 22, 2018 Rob R.S. De France 0

Balls to the Wall: Top 5 Stupid Things LaVar Ball Said

Balls to the Wall: Top 5 Stupid Things LaVar Ball Said

LaVar Ball is the most delusional man in sports today. I can’t believe a single sports news station interviews him. This needs to stop, because it’s utterly pointless. To show you just how delusional this man is, let’s take a look at some of his most outrageous statements. 1) Claiming that he could beat the [...]

July 17, 2018 Rob R.S. De France 0

LeBron a Lakers Legend?

LeBron a Lakers Legend?

76ers Joel Embiid, 24-year old all-star, tweeted out, “The Lakers are FOREVER gonna be Kobe’s and Magic’s team….Process that.” LeBron James’ path to another championship may have been easier in Philly than Los Angeles, but James will now probably have to fight through either the Golden State Warriors or the Houston Rockets to get there. [...]

July 2, 2018 Rob R.S. De France 0

Ghost Rider, Jordan vs Lebron

Ghost Rider, Jordan vs Lebron

Disparage, denigrate, and deprecate if you must, but I’ve seen Magic’s Showtime Lakers in person, I had an unhealthy obsession with Jordan’s Bulls—especially for someone who lives in Los Angeles—, and I saw every single basket Kobe Bryant ever made as a professional. I have also seen almost every basket that LeBron James has made [...]

June 12, 2018 Rob R.S. De France 0

Rockets Spin Out of Control

Rockets Spin Out of Control

As the Houston Rockets gave up a 15-point lead and lost game 7 of the Western Conference Finals to the Golden State Warriors, 101-92, it became a little hard not to look around and start pointing fingers. At least for me. Somewhat surprisingly, neither James Harden, Eric Gordon, nor Head Coach Mike D’Antoni were anything [...]

May 29, 2018 Rob R.S. De France 1

5 Best Team USA Basketball Olympic Teams of All-Time

5 Best Team USA Basketball Olympic Teams of All-Time

A lot of hype was made of this year’s Team USA Basketball Olympic team—even some experts, like ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith, questioned whether or not the United States should even send our pro basketball players to the Olympics anymore. But, how good was the 2016 USA Basketball team anyway? How does the 2016 Olympic team [...]

October 14, 2016 Rob Lists, R.S. De France 0

Is Kevin Durant Overrated?

Is Kevin Durant Overrated?

Now I love Kevin Durant as much as the next person, but KD’s choice to sign with the defending Western Conference Champion Golden State Warriors and leave OKC got me wondering. When I open my internet browser, turn on the T.V., or listen to the radio, all I hear are journalists like Stephen A. Smith [...]

August 11, 2016 Rob R.S. De France 0

Top 10 Shooting Guards in the NBA Today

Top 10 Shooting Guards in the NBA Today

Golden State Warriors All-Star guard Klay Thompson says he’s the best shooting guard in the NBA today, a drum he’s been beating the last few years, especially since the physical decline of the great Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers. When asked about his starting five at each position today, Klay named Curry at [...]

December 30, 2015 Rob Lists, R.S. De France 0

Gasol vs. Nowitzki: Who Is The Greatest European NBA Player?

Gasol vs. Nowitzki:  Who Is The Greatest European NBA Player?

I grew up amidst the basketball eras of Magic, Bird, and Jordan, when finding a great European player in the NBA was about as rare as the L.A. Clippers making a good draft selection or the playoffs for that matter. I grew up in a time where the Lakers Vlade Divac was literally considered the [...]

September 24, 2015 Rob R.S. De France 4