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10 Players Who Would Be Perfect for today’s NBA

Michael Jordan. Magic Johnson. Kobe Bryant. Tim Duncan. Larry Bird. LeBron James. Hakeem Olajuwon. Superstars like them are the kind that you can put in any era and will just plain dominate.  Lumbering bigs such as Mark Eaton and Moses Malone non-shooting point guards like Rod Strickland and Mark Jackson may have trouble cracking the line-up in today's game but flipping the script a little bit, there are a lot of players that may probably have been better if they played in this era.  Take a look Read More

10 Biggest Fantasy Losers In 2019 NBA Free Agency

1.) D'Angelo Russell Nicole Sweet-USA TODAY Sports Russell just became the first option of a young Nets team to probably an off-the-ball scorer in Golden State with Steph Curry the focal point of the offense. The first-time All-Star excels when he has the ball making decisions on pick-and-rolls, something he may not be able to do with Curry around. (According to NBA.com/stats, the percentage of unassisted field goals by Russell last season is at 71.2%, which means he is more of a shot-creator Read More

10 Biggest Fantasy Winners of 2019 NBA free agency

Now that the dust has (almost) settled for the 2019 NBA Free Agency, it's time to see the moves and trades from a fantasy perspective. That said, never in our wildest NBA dreams that we see things ending up this way: a.) Kawhi Leonard is now a Clipper and convinced Paul George to ask a trade and be his running mate. b.) KD and Kyrie joined forces in Brooklyn (and there might be some tampering involved, but we don't know for sure. c.) Westbrook and Harden on the same team while CP3 is in OKC purgatory. Read More

7 Random NBA Stats and Facts– July 22, 2019

1.) New Stockton to Malone? Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports The most assisted play of the 2018-19 season is James Harden to Clint Capela. The second is Russell Westbrook to Steven Adams. So, with Brodie and The Beard on the Rockets, how many points will Capela score next season? 2.) Speaking of Harden... James Harden's 36.1 PPG average last season was the most since Michael Jordan in 1986-87. James Harden had a 32-game stretch where Harden scored 30 points or more. In addition, Harden Read More

11 Weirdest NBA Stat Lines Of All Time

Eighty-two games for each of the 30 teams in a normal NBA season assures us that we will get to encounter some of the oddest stat lines in the history of basketball every now and then. Let's take a look at some of them: 1.) Manute's 15-Block Performances Elmore Smith may have the official record for most blocks in a game with 17 (in 1973) but Manute Bol recorded two 15-block performances during his career. In typical Manute fashion, he offered little else outside of his defensive paint Read More

10 Best budget Basketball Shoes– top choices for under $100

You're probably here in this page because your last decent pair has almost no traction left or the outsole forgot that it's glued in the upper. We have all been there. I like to max out many of my basketball sneakers until their last breathes until I found a way to make THEM all last longer: Buy two or three pairs of budget shoes and rotate them instead of spending it all on a heavily-priced LeBron 16's or Kobe A.D.'s or numbered Jordans. The most fun part is there are so many different models Read More

Top 10 Best-selling NBA Jerseys In Amazon

Jersey sales have really started to have a life of its own this past decade and I think it's a reliable metric on how popular a player really is (or how bandwagon-y fans really are, depending on how you look at it). Here are the top 10 best-selling jerseys that you can find in Amazon: 1.) Jordan #23 Black Retro Basketball Jersey Michael Jordan's jersey at the top of the list? Not an inch of surprise there. This jersey sold by RAAVIN is priced at a little less than $30 so from that Read More

10 Best Fantasy Basketball Seasons Of All Time

Superstars dropping huge stat lines on a nightly basis are common occurrences in the NBA not only today but going two, three, or even four decades back. The league did not record blocks until 1973-74 so many of George Mikan's or Bill Russell's or Wilt Chamberlain's big stat lines were lost. Nevertheless, we are still left with some of the best fantasy basketball seasons ever starting with some old school stuff. 1.) Wilt Chamberlain, 1961-1962 espn.com Back when the NBA only records points, Read More

5 Fantasy Basketball Rookies That Can Contribute Right Away

Rookies are not generally expected to make an impact right off the bat, but there are some that may need to break the mold and contribute right away. Here are 5 rookies who may just do that and are names to watch in the upcoming fantasy basketball drafts. 1.) Zion Williamson, SF/PF, New Orleans Pelicans USA Today Sports OK, so let's get the most obvious one out of the way. Nobody drafts the best prospect since Anthony Davis and make him sit on the bench, right? Williamson is as ready Read More

Fantasy Impact of the Anthony Davis Trade

The first domino of the offseason has fallen and we are feeling the effects of the fallout. What we would like to know, though, is how the Anthony Davis trade from the Pelicans to the Lakers impacts both teams in a fantasy perspective. Here's how the deal went down: https://twitter.com/wojespn/status/1140023139142971392 Along those lines, the other two first-round picks are open for swaps and protections/unprotections over the next four years or so. Fantasy Impact On The Lakers After Read More