Tag: NBA

April 26, 2017: A Dark Day in Sports Journalism

ESPN has ran with this moniker of “The World Wide Leader in Sports” for what seems like, well, forever. One would think that ESPN valued all sports equally, right? Prepare to be amazed. The “World Wide Leader” went on a damn purge Wednesday, firing writers and on screen personalities left and right. The hardest hit

Continue reading

Top 5: Why LeBron James is the Greatest of All-Time

There never has been a more polarizing figure in NBA and possibly the history of sports than LeBron James.  In most cases, he’s one of two things: your favorite or your favorite to hate. Some feel as though he is the greatest to play, and some say he isn’t, simply because he’ll never surpass certain

Continue reading

Westbrook vs Harden: Who Is The MVP?

The 2016-17 NBA season has been worth all of the attention is has been given, and with that, most experts predict for the NBA MVP race to come between Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook, and Houston Rockets shooting guard James Harden. Both of these superstars have strong cases for why they should be

Continue reading

You Can’t Handle the Truth About Sports Podcast

In this episode of The Athletes Hub most raw and edgy podcast, host Austin Jones and his colleague, Rishton Cunningham, talk about the winners and losers of the NBA Trade Deadline, along with their predictions for WWE’s next PPV; Fastlane.       Image Source: bleacherreport.com Want to check out partners of The Athletes Hub?

Continue reading

Paul Makes Verbal Agreement With Clippers 

According to Steve Kyler of Basketball Insiders, the Los Angeles Clippers and superstar point guard Chris Paul have agreed to a verbal long-term contract extension. The extension will be official once the NBA’s new collective bargaining agreement is in effect.  The deal is reportedly worth more than $200 over the next five years, but Paul

Continue reading