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.
Instead of creating effective change and keeping the Lakers competitive in a new era of the NBA, Jeanie Buss only seems to be deepening the hole from which the Lakers are trying to emerge.
Many people are wondering is Westbrook the problem for the Thunder’s lack of postseason success? Part of the blame should rest with Russ, but he is not the sole virus exacerbating the Thunder’s contagious struggles.
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.
The Bulls have gone 5-3 since February 13, their best record in any eight-game stretch this season..does this really mean they have some hope for the future?
Are you tired, Chicago Bulls fans? Are you exhausted? Are you drained? Are you not entertained? Well, too damn bad.
A few musings as the Chicago Bulls move dizzily through another week of foundering in the NBA ocean…
“Champagne and Cam Payne” was fun while it lasted, and while Payne himself didn’t give us too many highlights, he symbolized the Bulls this season: struggling hard against a tide of foibles and deficiencies.
The only thing of significance to look forward to for Chicago Bulls players and fans alike is the February 7 trade deadline. The Bulls will be sellers, obviously, but who will be sold off is a tougher question to answer.
It’s getting more and more certain that Jabari Parker’s time as a Chicago Bull will end with the beloved Chicago native being traded away from his hometown team.