Chris Paul to the Knicks?

The Knicks have long been known to go after big-name stars. They usually either fail to attract them (Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving last summer, LeBron James in 2010), or they get them too late in their careers (Steve Francis, Antonio McDyess, and Tracy McGrady). Continue reading

LeBron James’ Biggest Moments

LeBron went on Instagram Live last night and spoke to fans about numerous things. Among those things was game 6 against the Celtics in the 2012 Playoffs, and more specifically, his mindset going into the game. With that being one of the most crucial and impactful games in his career, we look into some of LeBron’s other legacy-defining moments. Continue reading

NBA Western Conference 1st Round Predictions

By: Kento Kato

NBA Playoff 1st Round Predictions

Western Conference

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NBA Christmas Day Predictions

By: Kento Kato

Tomorrow is Christmas day, which means that basketball fans get to enjoy nationally televised games, all day long. With the first of the five games just about 12 hours away, here are my picks for each game with things to look for. Continue reading

NBA Headlines 12/9

By: Kento Kato

Before the weekend comes, here are some updates and headlines around the league.

 

-Russell Westbrook will be going for his 7th straight triple-double against the Rockets tonight. The game will be on ESPN at 8:00PM ET. Continue reading

Western Conference Predictions

By: Kento Kato

Western Conference

1. Warriors (68-14)

The Warriors added Kevin Durant, which easily made them the championship favorites. That being said, they still have to figure out how to incorporate him and they did lose some key pieces, especially in the frontcourt. Between the hit they may take on defense and in depth, and the time it will take to be playing their best basketball, the Warriors will probably win fewer games.

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Will the Warriors go 73-9?

By: Kento Kato

With the Golden State Warriors, who are 50-5, playing tonight, we take a look at their remaining 27 games and look at if they can beat the 95-96 Bulls record of 72-10. Continue reading