The All-Star game rosters were just announced and some of the best players in the league were added. However, there were lots of snubs this year and lots of fans are a little salty. So let's take a look at the talent that missed the cut this year.
This Anthony Davis news has been crazy. I’ve seen more coverage on this than I have on the Super Bowl. Question is: Where is AD gonna end up?
The two guard position has given us some of the most exhilarating scorers in NBA history, such as Dwyane Wade, Clyde Drexler, and the GOAT Michael Jordan, along with some of the current stars such as James Harden and DeMar DeRozan. There are also lots of young rising stars, but how do they rank among each other? Here are the top 15 shooting guards so far of the 2018-19 season.
The 2017 draft class was awesome. We had so many great talents emerge last season and this year, we get the chance to see them get even better! I won't be talking about every player from the draft but only the notable ones. So lets evaluate how they have been so far, and what impact they have made—and no, this does not include Ben Simmons.
Kawhi Leonard and Scottie Pippen. Both of these players are known as some of the best two-way players ever. Fantastic defenders who can score the ball efficiently as well. They never got to play against each other, but had the chance, who would win in a battle?
Everybody knows that this years’ Warriors are a complete powerhouse. They’re on their way to win their third championship in a row. But that has led to recent talks about whether the Lakers of the early 2000s, another three-peat team, could take them on.
The style of basketball played back then is completely different as compared to now. The Lakers were dominated by big man Shaquille O’Neal, while today’s game is more of a run-and-gun 3-point shooting style. Both have their strengths, but which team would come out on top?