Ranking the Top Seven Young Cores in the NBA (8/19/22)

The NBA is absolutely loaded with young talent.  Seven members of my top 25 of the 2022 season are under 25 years old. With all-time greats like LeBron, Steph, and KD aging, the next generation of superstars is coming.  That being said, who has the best collection of youngsters? Today I’m ranking my top sevenContinue reading “Ranking the Top Seven Young Cores in the NBA (8/19/22)”

My 2022 Rising Stars Picks (1/28/22)

The NBA recently introduced the new format for the Rising Stars game on All-Star weekend. This new format pits four teams of the league’s brightest young stars against each other in tournament style.  The player pool for those teams is made up of twelve rookies, twelve sophomores, and four prospects from the G-League Ignite squad. Continue reading “My 2022 Rising Stars Picks (1/28/22)”

2022 NBA Power Rankings (10/17/21)

A couple of days ago, I came out with my award predictions. This is my second preseason prediction article (out of three). Today, I’ll be giving my team power rankings for the 2021-22 season. These power rankings are based on how good the team will be in both the regular season and the playoffs (myContinue reading “2022 NBA Power Rankings (10/17/21)”

Detroit Basketball, Baby! (6/23/21)

And the first pick in the 2021 NBA Draft goes to… The Detroit Pistons! Congratulations Pistons fans! I’m happy for you. The first pick is really big for a team whose franchise player was Andre Drummond for most of the decade.  All signs point to Cade Cunningham being the number one selection. Although I’m notContinue reading “Detroit Basketball, Baby! (6/23/21)”

My Official 2020-21 NBA Awards (5/18/21)

The NBA regular season has wrapped up. For me, it was a great season. I enjoyed watching games this year. The one bad thing for me was all the injuries. So many stars missed time this year. Hopefully next year everybody stays healthy. Because the regular season is over, I can now give you myContinue reading “My Official 2020-21 NBA Awards (5/18/21)”