On my way traveling back to Japan to take care of some things, I was forced to spend a night in Toronto due to weather troubles. As I do at any hotel, I turned to the TV and turned to the sports channel as I unpacked and tried to relax. As I set up my laptop, I heard the late Stuart Scott’s voice and when I turned to the TV, I saw Kobe in the midst of scoring 81 points against the Toronto Raptors. Continue reading →
Karl Anthony Towns is the real deal and will take another step to becoming the next big star. The finals will be Cavaliers and the Warriors facing off yet again. The Jazz have a high chance of finally making it back to the playoffs. Continue reading →
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.
With the draft and the hectic part of free agency over with, most of the teams have filled out their roster. With that in mind, I have tried to come up with a prediction of what the standings will look like when it all plays out. Continue reading →