Gilbert Arenas is a Conspiracy Theorist on the LeBron-Isaiah Stewart Incident, And I Love It

By now you’re probably aware of the LeBron-Isiah Stewart brawl that happened last night in Detroit: Isaiah Stewart straight-up lost it. This man was seeing red. He looked like Marshawn Lynch during the Beastquake run out there trying to get after LeBron, busting out his teammates and coaches’ grasps. Now, whether LeBron really did intend… Read More Gilbert Arenas is a Conspiracy Theorist on the LeBron-Isaiah Stewart Incident, And I Love It

Scottie Pippen Is Tired of The Media Giving MJ All the Credit

Pip has a new book out, called “Unguarded,” and for the past several months or so, he has been making headlines from time to time with his comments about Michael Jordan and the “Last Dance” Documentary/Propaganda series that aired on ESPN last spring right around the time Covid hit. Now, whether you believe this is… Read More Scottie Pippen Is Tired of The Media Giving MJ All the Credit

NBA “Pleased” With New Rules on Non-Basketball Moves

So are us fans: Monty McCutchen, the NBA’s vice president of referee development and training, said Tuesday afternoon that he’s pleased with the league’s progress toward eliminating foul calls on non-basketball moves. He added that his officials are still working to strike the right balance between not calling fouls on those non-basketball moves and missing… Read More NBA “Pleased” With New Rules on Non-Basketball Moves

Is James Harden About to Fall Off Now That He Can’t Rely On the Whistle Anymore?

Through 4 games of the 2022 NBA season, James Harden has not been very good. He’s averaging 17.3 points per game on 36.4% field goal shooting despite averaging 25.1ppg and 44.4% field goal shooting over the course of his entire career. He’s also leading the league in missed shots and turnovers among qualified players–4.8 turnovers… Read More Is James Harden About to Fall Off Now That He Can’t Rely On the Whistle Anymore?

2022 NBA Tip-Off is Tonight! The Top-6 Storylines That Will Shape the Season

As crazy as it sounds, the new NBA season has already arrived. The NBA is celebrating its 75th anniversary. Given that the 2020 NBA Finals concluded just one year and 8 days ago (October 11, 2020), we have now seen games played in three different NBA seasons all in just over a year. It feels… Read More 2022 NBA Tip-Off is Tonight! The Top-6 Storylines That Will Shape the Season

“Not This Year.” First Look at New NBA Rules on Unnatural Motions, and It’s About Time

The new rule in action. Sorry to pick on Steph Curry, but this is the clearest example we have at this early stage in the preseason: It’s about damn time. I’ve always said it should be an offensive foul to do that, but I’ll settle for a no-call. Glad the NBA finally addressed this. No… Read More “Not This Year.” First Look at New NBA Rules on Unnatural Motions, and It’s About Time

Carmelo Anthony on How LeBron Recruited Him to the Lakers: “Yo, I Need You”

This is a cool clip of Carmelo Anthony talking about what LeBron said to him when he called him about becoming a Laker this offseason: “It was no-bullshit. It was a real call. I wasn’t expecting it–I mean, we talked about it the year before, about getting together. I heard it, and that’s my brother,… Read More Carmelo Anthony on How LeBron Recruited Him to the Lakers: “Yo, I Need You”

LeBron Responds to Critics of New-Look Lakers: “Keep that Same ENERGY when it Begins!”

It’s no secret that LeBron pays attention to what is being said about him him in both the sports media and on social media. He’s not like KD, where he will respond directly to haters and critics (sometimes even on burner accounts), but is usually keenly aware of the media narratives about him and his… Read More LeBron Responds to Critics of New-Look Lakers: “Keep that Same ENERGY when it Begins!”