The 2017-2018 NBA schedule was officially released on August 14th, and several key adjustments could already be seen as ways for improving the overall product being put on the court. For starters, the entire schedule has been moved up an entire week earlier, considering the NBA has been growing more concerned by the day about … Continue reading 2017-2018 NBA Schedule Released: Will New Adjustments Lead to a Better Product?
As a fellow Washington Wizards fan from the DC Metropolitan area, I have grown accustomed to not expecting much from the local sports franchises. This rings even more true when it comes to the squads being on national television for all the world to see. The Washington Wizards have already been graced with two marquee … Continue reading Wizards Starting to Feel National TV Love
After a flurry of offseason moves that took place in the past few weeks, it sure seemed as as if almost all of the major stars decided to take their talents to the Western Conference of the NBA. On the other hand, there are a multitude of "rising" teams that are on the cusp of … Continue reading The Least of the East or Beasts Waiting To Feast?
NBA Trade deadline has come and gone, big names like Dwight Howard Kevin Love and Al Horford were not traded. There were still some trades that happened on deadline day. Phoenix Suns traded Markieff Morris to Washington Wizards for DeJuan Blair, Kris Humphries, and a 2016 first round pick. In 37 games played this season, … Continue reading Markieff Morris Heading To Washington
It is with a heavy heart that I pass along the news of Phil "Flip" Saunders passing. He passed away on Sunday after his battle with cancer. The Minnesota Timberwolves gave him his first coaching opportunity in 1996. Saunders led the team to eight consecutive playoff appearances. He specialized in coaching point guards, but had … Continue reading Minnesota Timberwolves Coach Flip Saunders dies at 60
For the fourth time this series, Washington Wizards' Paul Pierce had the ball in his hands with the game on the line. For the third time the series, he came through in the final seconds for the Wizards. But this time was different, it was less than a second too late. The Atlanta Hawks' 94-91 … Continue reading Eastern Conference Playoffs Preview