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NBA Playoffs Stats Of The Day– April 26, 2017

It's Russell Westbrook's last game for the 2016-17 season so this will be a tribute of some sorts to the future MVP. NBA Playoffs Stats Of The Day-- April 26, 2017 1. That's why you don't take Beastbrook out of the game... Russell Westbrook was off the floor for 6 minutes in Game 5. In those 6 minutes, the Rockets outscored the Thunder 27-9. pic.twitter.com/AicL24JgEd — ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) April 26, 2017 2. ... although he had his share of struggles in Game 4. From Read More

NBA Playoffs 2017 Round 1 Predictions

The NBA playoffs are here so it's time to sound like an idiot again and predict the winners of the first round. You know what they have said about this year's playoffs-- that it's only going to be a collision course between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors. While that conclusion makes sense, we cannot be absolutely sure because anything can happen-- whether it's injuries (hope not) or just simply one team outplaying either one of the favorites. So before we get carried away Read More

5 Awesome NBA Stats Of The Day– March 26, 2017

Here's your daily dose of awesome NBA stats. 1. Isaiah Thomas= Michael Jordan? Isaiah Thomas leads the Celtics in scoring for the 35th straight game. In the last 40 years only one other player has done that.. ..Jordan — Sean Grande (@SeanGrandePBP) March 25, 2017 2. Nikola Jokic. OMG. Denver is 24-17 with The Joker as starting center and 11-20 on the rest. BTW, these are his stats as the Nuggets' starting center: 19.4 pts on 60% shooting, 3pt 38.6%, FT 83%, 10.8 rebounds and Read More

Awesome NBA Stats Of The Day

Awesome NBA Stats Of The Day 1. Let's talk Warriors. The Dubs made history in their home game vs Knicks by: assisting on all 26 first half field goals assisting on 91% of their TOTAL field goals and in case you're wondering that's 41 out of 45 FGs 2. 'Tis a good season for Fantasy Basketball. Four players are currently averaging at least 7 points and 7 rebounds per game, more than any other season. They are LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, James Harden and Draymond Green. Rajon Read More

5 Incredible Stats Before NBA Finals Game 7

If anybody has a crazier series in mind than the 2016 NBA Finals, I'd accuse him of lying. Quite literally, this series has enough twists and turns that would make the Paso de los Caracoles proud. In an advanced celebration of what could be the craziest game tomorrow, here are 5 more incredible stats to delve in before the NBA Finals Game 7: 1. 610 Both teams' aggregate scores after SIX games. Game 7 is literally a deciding game, both for the number of wins and total aggregate scores. 2. Read More

3 Things We Learned From NBA Finals Game 5

The Cleveland Cavaliers extended the series with a 112-97 whopping of the Golden State Warriors behind 41 points apiece from LeBron James and Kyrie Irving in the NBA Finals Game 5. It was two dazzling individual performances intertwined in the same game, making it impossible for the Warriors to pull off a comeback. And oh, they don't have Draymond Green and ultimately Andrew Bogut. Here are the 3 things we learned from the NBA Finals Game 5: 1. It's probably not a good idea to trash-talk LeBron Read More

3 Ways The Warriors Can Fill Draymond Green’s Absence

The die has been cast, although in the words of Reggie Miller, there's no way the NBA would have suspended Draymond Green if this series is tied. Right now, it doesn't even matter. Green is arguably the Warriors' most important piece in ways that even casual viewers would not get. And now he is gone for Game 5. How can the Warriors fill the huge void left by their emotional leader? Here are a number of ways: 1.) Start Iggy Coach Steve Kerr often turns to Andre Iguodala during must-win 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

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