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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

3 Things The OKC Thunder Can Do To Win Game 7

Win or go home. Suddenly, it's not just the Golden State Warrior anymore. If anything, this is now truer than ever in the case of the OKC Thunder. The Game 6 loss is a stinger, and no matter how confident this bunch is, there is no way that setback could not get inside your head. However, as Kevin Durant said, there's still one more game to play for both teams and for the Thunder, it's good to know they have prevailed at Oracle Arena before. Here are the 3 things the OKC Thunder can to do Read More

Western Conference Finals Game 6: 3 Things We Learned From The Warriors’ Comeback Win

The Oklahoma City Thunder can taste the NBA Finals in the air. They had every opportunity to put away the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 at home but could not capitalize. In the last 5:48 of the game, the defending champs outscored the Thunder 21-7 to turn a seven-point deficit to a 108-101 win. Here are the 3 things we learned from the Warriors' thrilling comeback win over Oklahoma City in the Western Conference Finals Game 6. 1. Hero ball won't cut it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHxs_-UVsUU Team Read More

2016 Western Conference Finals: 5 Things Warriors Should Do To Turn Tide VS Thunder

To say the Golden State Warriors is having a bad series against the OKC Thunder is an understatement. It seems like the Thunder is beating the yellow legion to every lose ball, looks tougher, and certainly hungrier than the defending champs. However, the Warriors managed to survive Game 5 at home and now faces a tall task of trying to salvage their season. No, 73-9 don't mean a thing without the ring. As hard as that can be,  team as good as the Warriors, no matter how flustered they were, always Read More

7 Biggest Surprises Of The 2016 NBA Season

Playoffs is just around the corner and what better way to celebrate the end of the long-grinding, 82-game season than reflect on the abundance of feel-good stories. Here's seven of them, ladies and gentlemen: 1. Bulls missing the post-season. Before  the Chicago Bulls decides to flip the Tom Thibodeau chapter in their books, experts assumed that the drop-off on defense will simply be compensated by a free-flowing, spacing-oriented offense under Billy Donovan. *Buzzer sounds* Wrong! Injuries Read More

April 13, 2016– 5 Interesting NBA Stats Of The Day

5 Interesting NBA Stats Of The Day 1. Russell Westbrook is Magic-esque... Russell Westbrook with his 18th triple-double of the season: 11-10-10, done in the first half. Ties Magic Johnson for the most since 82-83. — Royce Young (@royceyoung) April 12, 2016 2. The Curry Brothers has something in common and no, it's not just their last names. Last two players to record 20 pts & 15 asts: Steph Curry and Seth Curry. — Chris Martin Palmer (@ChrisPalmerNBA) April 12, 2016 3. Hassan Whiteside Read More

March 29, 2016– 5 Interesting NBA Facts and Stats

1. Kawhi Leonard is great but... it's clear his bread-and-butter is NOT scoring. There are a gazillion of NBA players right now who have better single-game career-high in points than the San Antonio forward (Kawhi's career high is 32 points, by the way) . This guy has a lot of time so he took the liberty to list down ALL of the players mentioned. 2. Strictly talking about assists, John Stockton is in a league of his own. The Utah Jazz legend has averaged at least 13.5 assists for FIVE CONSECUTIVE Read More

5 Bold Predictions After The NBA All-Star Break

With all the sidelights in the first half of the 2015-16 NBA season, the second chapter promises to be as lively, if not more. It appears to be no stopping the Golden State Warriors but a San Antonio Spurs team with Tim Duncan in the middle will be a different beast if they ever meet again in Texas. The Los Angeles Clippers is definitely playing very well without Blake Griffin and rumor has it the Clippers management are looking to dump Blake to Colorado in exchange for Kenneth Faried, Danilo Gallinari, Read More