A season to forget, the Boston Celtics 2018-2019 season.
The Celtics have been consistent…at being inconsistent.
The NBA Season has returned and every team has a reason to be optimistic for the upcoming season.
To be honest, its been nice to see that there’s another story to discuss in the basketball offseason that doesn’t involve Lebron James. If you would’ve told me years ago … Continue reading The Strange Case of Kawhi Leonard
Two-way players are a rarity in the NBA. Well, anyone who plays defense consistently is considered a rarity, but when a two-way player comes along in Free Agency, they generally … Continue reading NBA Free Agency – Paul George Fits Anywhere
Rookies shouldn’t be this talented. I could end this post on that note alone and it should suffice for what I’m about to write, but honestly, watching Jayson Tatum in … Continue reading Gifted – Jayson Tatum
On paper, the Oklahoma City Thunder looked like a force to be reckoned with. The reigning MVP in Russell Westbrook, a two-way star in Paul George, and an offensive star … Continue reading Proceed with Caution: OKC Thunder
Who would’ve guessed that it would be the New Orleans Pelicans and not the Warriors or the Rockets that would end up sweeping their respective series? I didn’t, although I … Continue reading We have a Sweep – Why matchups matter in the NBA
The NBA playoffs have started and while the Western Conference will feature the most intrigue, the Eastern Conference will be just as fascinating. Why? Well, because media pundits are expecting … Continue reading Zero Expectations: The Eastern Conference
One of the most talented class since 2003. #nbarooks #NBA
Currently, the Celtics sit as the 2nd seed in the NBA Eastern Conference. For fans like myself, who at one point saw the Celtics rattle off 16 straight wins, this … Continue reading Why the Celtics are playing with House Money