One thing that every basketball fan can agree on is that the NBA offseason is the ultimate time to stay glued to the phone for the latest moves and news.
Within the past few weeks, the landscape of the NBA has made an ultimate turnaround.
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Pretty much, the 2019 NBA free agency has change the landscape of many viewers around the world. With the signing like Kawhi Leonard and Kevin Durant and stunning trades involving Paul George and Anthony Davis, the 2091 NBA off season had all different kinds of emotions. From winners like the
NBA Free Agency Winner + Grades SO FAR
This year's free agency has been one of the most hectic and exciting in history with marquee players flying all over the place and new teams givin a chance at title contention. Let's take a look at some of the biggest acquisitions so
Canada has always been a basketball factory, generating Canadian NBA talent like Steve Nash. However, becoming a sports hero in Canada that doesn't play hockey is rare but NBA superstar Kawhi Leonard may have achieved that type of reverence. The 27-year-old forward carried the Toronto Raptors to their first NBA
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With most of the NBA Draft coverage being spent on Zion Williamson and Ja Morant, many experts are overlooking a third player who will take the NBA by storm - Rowan Alexander “RJ” Barrett Jr.
The 6’7” forward was born in Toronto, Ontario on June 14th, 2000 to father Rowan Barrett
The 2019 NBA Draft at the Barclays Center has come and gone, leaving a round of questions: Which teams managed to come out on top with their picks? Which teams fell short with their picks? And which teams got it right with their selections or took risks?
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The 2019 NBA Draft is set to take place this Thursday at New York's Barclays Center at 7 p.m. EST. While there's a transparent order at Nos. 1 and 2 with Zion Williamson and Ja Morant, we can see plenty of intrigue beginning with the No. 3 pick and
Unlike most awards, the ROY award has nothing to do with winning. Regardless of their teams' performance, the player who has the best stats (primarily the one who scores the most) is usually named ROY. Thus, the best player on the worst team is most likely to win.
There are a LOT of people who believe Zion will go first overall (which he probably will) but Ja Morant is also deserving of being in that conversation. I will admit, Zion is on a whole different level in terms of athleticism and skill-set and if you've watched any of