The Play-In Tournament is a Bad Idea
Wesly Beausoleil - May 4, 2021

The NBA is one of the most progressive leagues in professional sports. Players have more power than ever, and Commisioner Adam Silver has shown he’s not afraid to try new things. Just in the past year, the NBA had the playoff bubble, as well as a G-League bubble, introduced a challenge system, and a Play-In […]

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Filip Petrusev 2021 NBA Draft Profile
Dylan Guest - May 11, 2021

Filip Petrusev enters the 2021 NBA Draft as one of the most intriguing prospects. The Serbian big man has both college basketball and European professional basketball on his resume, and he just turned 21-years-old last month. Filip Petrusev 2021 NBA Draft Profile College and International Career Petrusev had two phenomenal years at Gonzaga. As a […]

NBA Power Rankings: Top 10 For the Last Week of the Regular Season

It’s here, the last week of the regular season. There’s still a lot up for grabs in terms of homecourt advantage, seeding, and avoiding and making the play-in tournament. Let’s take a look at the current top 10 teams in the NBA power rankings a week before the play-in tournament tips-off. NBA Power Rankings: Top […]

New York Knicks are on the Verge of Ending Their Playoff Drought
James Tillman - May 10, 2021

New York Knicks fans haven’t had much to cheer about as of late. After all, the team’s last postseason appearance occurred back in 2012-13. Now, they’re on the verge of heading back to the NBA playoffs. The New York Knicks are one of the surprising teams heading to the NBA Playoffs During their NBA playoffs […]

Ben Simmons Has Peaked

Ben Simmons has made the All-Star team each of the last three seasons. Last year, he was an All-NBA third-team selection as well as an All-Defensive first-team selection. At only 24 years old, it’s hard to imagine that Simmons has peaked. However, his lack of improvement on the offensive end has caused him to stagnate. […]

NBA Playoffs: 3 Teams We Want to see go on a Deep Run
James Tillman - May 6, 2021

The 2019-20 NBA playoffs concluded with the Los Angeles Lakers winning their 17th championship. And the Lakers were right in the mix of the postseason race during the first half of the 2020-21 NBA season. However, thanks to injuries to key players, the Lakers find themselves trying to avoid falling into the No. 7 spot, […]

Portland Must Start Derrick Jones Jr. Over Norman Powell
Danush Sivarajan - May 5, 2021

The Portland Trail Blazers acquisition of Norman Powell from the Toronto Raptors at the deadline was an interesting win-now move. On an injury-riddled Raptors team, Powell averaged nearly 20 points per game. Now playing next to two primary scorers in Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum, the fit is questionable, to say the least. Luckily for […]

Sharife Cooper 2021 NBA Draft Profile
Kunning Chen - May 4, 2021

After spending a season at Auburn, Sharife Cooper will enter the 2021 NBA Draft. While he had a very strong season with the Tigers, his season was shortened due to complications with the NCAA along with injuries. Now Cooper will have to prove that he can play at the NBA level after not playing in […]

Los Angeles Lakers: The NBA’s Farm System
Cameron Cornell - May 3, 2021

The Los Angeles Lakers have drafted a lot of high-quality NBA players since 2014. The issue with them has been staying patient enough to develop that talent. The Lakers’ thirst for becoming relevant again is part of the reason for these trades. The franchise had an unusual playoff drought that went from the 2012-13 season […]