NBA Power Rankings Part 2

Now, here we are in part two of yesterday’s post you already know what it is, those NBA Power Rankings lets get into it. 16) San Antonio Spurs Starting 5: Dejounte Murray, Derrick White, DeMar DeRozan, Rudy Gay, Lamarcus Aldridge Key Bench Players: Demare Carrol, Patty Mils, Marco Bellinelli, Lonnie Walker IV 17) Sacramento Kings Starting 5: De’Aaron Fox, Buddy Hield, Harrison Barnes, Marvin Bagley … Continue reading NBA Power Rankings Part 2

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NBA 2019-2020 Power Rankings

I said you’d get some power rankings and if you don’t get bored of reading you’ll get one half right now. Enough talk let’s get it. 1) Los Angeles Clippers Starting 5: Patrick Beverly, Landry Shamet, Paul George, Kawhi Leonard, Ivica Zubac. Key Bench Players: Lou Williams and Montrezl Harrell 2) Los Angeles Lakers Starting 5: Lebron James, Danny Green, Kyle Kuzma, Anthony Davis, Javale … Continue reading NBA 2019-2020 Power Rankings

Blockbuster Trade Alert: Harden and Westbrook reunite in Houston

Just earlier today I posted a new blog titled “the Russell Westbrook problem.” Well the problem has been solved and IN YOUR FACE Juice Wrld, the curse has been reversed over to CP3. Now the duos are amazing, with Klay’s injury Golden State still has Curry and D’Angelo, the Clippers have Kawhi and PG, the Lakers have LeBron and AD, and now the Rockets have … Continue reading Blockbuster Trade Alert: Harden and Westbrook reunite in Houston

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NBA Awards

Last night was the 2019 NBA Awards, where the immigrants ruled the show! Rookie of the Year- Luka Doncic of Slovenia, MVP- Giannis Antetokounmpo (spelled that first try give me credit where it’s due) of Greece, Most Improved Player- Pascal Siakam of Cameroon, and Defensive Player of the Year-Rudy Gobert of France (Rudy so didn’t deserve it though). Today I’m gonna tell you who won … Continue reading NBA Awards

Houston we have a problem

I read “NBA rumors:Chris Paul wants out of Houston Stephen A. hears” by Ali Thanawalla. The article states that Chris Paul wants out of Houston.It also says the Lakers are aiming for Kemba Walker over the struggling Chris Paul or Kyrie (selfish) Irving. I totally agree, they would be smart to pick Kemba because you can’t have the “ow, my hamstring brothers” (LeBron and Chris … Continue reading Houston we have a problem