This season’s top rookie prize is either a no-brainer or an ethical debate of participation. Through December, clearly, the top candidate for Rookie of the Year was Joel Embiid. A season-ending injury in February after only playing 31 games has brought into question whether his dynamic play in such limited time warrants an end of … Continue reading Who is the NBA Rookie of the Year?
A lot has happened since Jos and I last connected with the fanbase via audio. March has been Madness, players' draft stock has risen and fallen, the Celtics are first in the east, and teams aren't as eager to give Joe Mixon a second chance as Brent Musburger is. The most trusted voices in sports are … Continue reading Red Seat Rundown: NCAA Tourney, NBA Draft, Joe Mixon
This season has been a tough one for LeBron. Just after “bringing a trophy to Cleveland”, the Golden State Warriors stole the spotlight by signing Kevin Durant. Ever since then, the Warriors have been treated like the de facto NBA champs. Sure, people expect the Cavs to make it out of the East but no … Continue reading LeBron’s Personality Is Taking Away from His Greatness
What we all knew was coming has finally arrived. The Knicks are bad once again. Despite starting 16-13, the Knicks dropped six straight games, pulling them back down to their perennial sub-.500 record. Despite Derrick Rose’s promise of an undefeated season; despite being the most valuable franchise in the entire NBA; despite playing in the … Continue reading The Knicks Are the Worst Franchise in Sports History
I’m sick of the Isaiah Thomas critics. Time and again Isaiah has proved critics wrong, yet time and again they find another way to nitpick his game. He’s too small. He’s a defensive liability. He doesn’t make the rest of the team better. I’m sick of all this talk. Kyrie Irving, John Wall, Kyle Lowry, … Continue reading Isaiah Thomas is the best PG in the Eastern Conference
There’s no question that the Boston Celtics have the best group of players under 26 in the NBA, and will continue to hold that title pending what they do with their upcoming draft picks. Take Jaylen Brown for example, although his rookie numbers aren’t NBA All-Star ready, he is clearly one of the most productive rookies in … Continue reading Time to Trade Marcus Smart and Say Goodbye
Earlier this week, Russell Westbrook became the first NBA player since Oscar Robertson in 1961 to average a triple-double going into December. This incredible success comes just five months after Kevin Durant left him with the talent-void Oklahoma City Thunder to join the Golden State Warriors. All of this has led people to recently ask … Continue reading Russell Westbrook Is Better Than Kevin Durant