There really is no better time to get re-acquainted with the league than on Christmas Day, the day when the NBA’s stage shines brightest outside of the postseason.
The NBA can’t avoid a domino-like effect impacting the ’20-21 slate, but recent advances in handling the virus has allowed for increased chances in re-gaining revenue and fan engagement, making starting on one of the prime holidays make a lot more sense.
Seeing LeBron James pose with the Larry O’Brien Trophy and the Bill Russell Finals MVP trophy for the fourth time was supposed to be captivating. It wasn’t, though.
In the face of the best example yet of Jimmy Butler’s superior ability to win at all costs, there still exists a sizable segment of basketball fans convinced that his superstar bark lacks qualifying bite.
Much like the enduring impression Bryant left on the game of basketball, it’s become frightfully apparent that the sorrow and longing to wake from the collective nightmare sparked by his death, isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Our lead-up to the ESPN “Last Dance” documentary continues with the year New York tried to mess up the fun and Portland measured Clyde against MJ.
Our lead-up to the ESPN “Last Dance” documentary begins with a look at the year the Bulls took control of the NBA.
Kobe Bryant’s life provided lessons that Black men should continue to inherit and follow, life lessons that stand to make us great and allow us to define greatness on our terms. Let us remember Bryant and apply the blueprint he created within his own legacy to create ours.
Yearly, the NBA gears itself up with its greatest talents to provide a memorable showcase for lovers of basketball. This year, the league’s scope is arguably as wide as its ever been on its best holiday.
Some of WARR’s top basketball minds answer pressing questions regarding the new NBA season.