Just as I did last year, here are my quick-hit thoughts on the 2017 NBA Finals:
If there was a single basketball game to determine the fate of the world, who is the starting five?
When the topic of the greatest “What If” dynasties in sports comes up, the one franchise that intrigues me the most is the mid-1980s Houston Rockets.
To become good in the NBA, you almost always have to become bad.
Kevin Durant, deputy publisher of The Players Tribune, who has averaged 27 points and 7 rebounds per game in his second career as a member of the Seattle SuperSonics/Oklahoma City Thunder, announced his decision to join the Golden State Warriors today.
There will be countless essays and analysis on the 2016 NBA Finals, so here are my quick-hit thoughts:
Sports punditry and analysis is always full of bad arguments and poorly thought-out opinions. The roster that Fox Sports 1 is assembling is proof of that. But the worst sports argument, at least at the moment, concerns LeBron James.
I just turned 36. For my generation, the 1980’s were a glorious time. We had Small Wonder and Mr. Belvedere, slap bracelets, and Skip-It. How could you not love the 80’s?
You can’t be the greatest player of all-time if you only play on one end.