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.
A few musings as the Chicago Bulls move dizzily through another week of foundering in the NBA ocean…
‘Tis the season for all NBA fans to celebrate because the annual Christmas basketball showcases have officially arrived.
The eventual destination of Durant stands to make more of an impact in the league than any move not involving LeBron James, and there’s a significant chance James may still figure into Durant’s eventual decision.
It’s only fitting that the two G-State players I most dislike were the ones involved in a back and forth snipe session near the end of regulation in Tuesday’s Warriors-Clippers matchup.
The NBA doesn’t give us much opportunity to miss it anymore but that doesn’t make Opening Night any less special as we approach it again today. To the contrary, the ever-busy off-season sort of makes tonight a rare climactic moment that will introduce a season full of them.
Some quality talent still exists in this year’s crop of the unsigned. Headlining that list as we get closer and closer to October and the opening of camps league-wide is one of the game’s most explosive offensive threats and one of its best Sixth-men of all time: Jamal Crawford.
Joshua M. Hicks is the lead columnist of WARR
“In The Scope With Joshua M. Hicks” is a weekly column from the lead columnist of WARR