Is it remotely hyperbolic to say that we’ve never seen a player like Shai Gilgeous-Alexander?
Past their illustrious primes or not, veterans win in the NBA. Young guns may be flashier, more durable, and more exciting at times, but experienced veterans win in this league. Last night was a clear
Without David Stern’s Legacy the NBA wouldn’t have the innovation, wisdom, and abundant care for the community it has today.
The franchise reeks of insecurity, and it all starts from the top. After all, a fish rots from the head.
LeBron James is on a revenge tour this season, and he’s not afraid to admit it.
True to his nickname “Ice Tray,” Trae Young is lighting up the scoreboards this year, coming up big in the clutch, and doing it in big team wins.
The former number-one overall pick makes a whopping amount of money, but he doesn’t count other people’s dollars.
If you’re not hype yet fam, get hype.
Alex Caruso of the LA Lakers is as lowkey of a player as you will find in the NBA.
You can find Hoodie Melo at Black-Ops, Life Time gym in NYC, working on his game with Chris Brickley and honing in on a new kind of intensity.