This year’s off-season in the NBA has proven to significantly change what it means to have a successful legacy in the highest level of basketball and what it means to pursue that type of legacy.
The “6” is lit and the Toronto Raptors are shining for all of North America to see. Drake’s Raptors officially grew up from baby dinosaurs to the baddest predators in […]
Whereas prior to the injury Durant seemed destined to do only one thing — opt out his final year with the Warriors and hit free agency once again — Durant’s options post-injury have opened up in ways many of us could not have expected.
Kevin Durant’s Game 5 made explicit the man’s love for basketball and his willingness to let the game deny him his health and spiritual well-being in the moment if it only meant a better chance at winning for his team.
GSW is right now either a team that is one injury away from an historic Finals upset, or one return away from putting away Toronto.
This year’s Finals brings two hard truths: 1. The Golden State Warriors are bound to get their 3-Peat and completely solidify their current run as one of the greatest teams in modern sport, and 2. Drake is already impossible to deal with and he will be the death of us all if the Toronto Raptors win.
Given all the talk surrounding Kevin Durant lately, its fair to wonder — did the Dubs’ dynasty peak pre-Durant’s arrival or has it only gotten better with time?
Coming off a weekend where a hotly contested Game 6 played on one evening and two Game 7’s played on one night to determine final invites to the Conference Finals, playoff competition is flying at observers at a wild pace.
The first round of this significant playoff season is one that could be signalling a new era of basketball, an era of basketball that does not include the king of the postseason, LeBron James.
In both the Nets and the Clippers, KD and Uncle Drew can not only be stars, they’ll also have clean slates to work with and platforms to creating new historic feats.