5 More Numbers From The 2016 NBA Finals

1. Yep, courtside seats cost this much this time of the year. Three courtside seats on the wood for Game 5 of NBA Finals in Oakland on Monday sold on StubHub today for $17,000 each — Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) June 11, 2016 2. Draymond Green in the middle works wonders for GSW in the 2016 NBA Finals. GSW in Finals: With Draymond at C: 81 minutes, +53. All other lineups: 111 minutes, -24. — Zach Lowe (@ZachLowe_NBA) June 11, 2016 Oh right. This is already a proven fact from 2015. 3. Read More

7 Numbers From 2016 NBA Finals Game 4

1. 17 That's the number of three-point field foals made by the Golden State Warriors, an all-time NBA Finals record. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4FGNgy6g6o 2. 88 Warriors wins in the 2015-16 regular and post-season combined, another NBA record. 3. 32 Number of teams down 1-3 in the NBA Finals. Not one of them recovered from the deficit. 4. "Lineup of death" in full display Through 4 games, Warriors are a plus-51 in 93 minutes w/ no center on the floor & a minus-19 in 84 minutes Read More

5 Underrated Prospects In The 2016 NBA Draft

Rookie drafts are big on the potential franchise pillars but finding talents that float outside the radar could be just as critical. Remember Kawhi Leonard at No. 15 or Draymond Green at No. 35? Finding underrated gems that turned out to be big-time contributors happen almost every year and in the 2016 NBA Draft, these guys have the tools to break hearts in the big league. Here are the 5 underrated prospects in the 2016 NBA Draft: 1. Denzel Valentine, SG, Michigan State 2015-16 averages: 19.2 Read More

3 Things We Learned From NBA Finals Game 3

The NBA Finals Game 3 as just like the other two, only the other way around.LeBron James and the rest of the Cleveland Cavaliers practically murdered the Golden State Warriors, 120-90, to inch back into the series at 2-1. The Cavs bench is still a non-factor but the starters' combined 105 points has proved more than enough.Here are the three things we learned from NBA Finals Game 3:1. Having Kevin Love out vs Warriors is a plus for the CavsI mean, the result speaks for itself. It's not that Love Read More

Some Unbelievable Numbers From The 2016 NBA Finals Game 1

The 2016 NBA Finals Game 1 is strange to say the least. LeBron James flirted with a triple-double but I swear it's the quietest 23-12-9 stat line you will ever see. Steph Curry barely made it to double digits and Klay Thompson were never really in it but the Golden State Warriors still prevailed over the Cleveland Cavaliers, 104-89. Here's more unbelievable numbers from the 2016 NBA Finals Game 1: 1. Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving are HUGE defensive liabilities. Of the two, Irving was worse. Read More

3 Things We Learned From The Thunder-Warriors Series

The Oklahoma City Thunder landing the heavier punches through the first four games of the Western Conference Finals is somewhat a surprise. But the Golden State Warriors coming back from a 1-3 hole is just as, or even more, surprising. Here are the 3 things we learned from that helluva series: 1. Makes me realize how special a player Kobe Bryant is. I don't mean to come across as a fanboy and I apologize putting someone in this conservation that is not even remotely involved in the series Read More