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Gerald Green was 8-of-13 from three-point territory on Thursday night. His bombs from beyond the arc kept the Suns in the game even as Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant combined to shoot 25-of-46 from the field for 70 points. But Green finished with 41 points in a 128-122 Suns win against the visiting Thunder, and his last bucket was a doozy. Read More »
As an NBA fan, there is nothing worse than watching a boring basketball game. Every few years we get lucky to witness a team that displays an absurd amount of showmanship on the court; a current example is “The Lob City” Clippers. In a sport that is played at a fast pace, we have seen teams throughout the years elevating the excitement on the court. I counted down the most exciting teams in NBA history. Read More »
The NBA’s Western Conference is stacked with teams that have a chance to make a deep playoff run, but only one team can represent the West in the NBA Finals. The NCAA Tournament is right around the corner for all the college fans, but the NBA might have it’s own version with four teams fighting for the final three playoff spots in the West. Read More »
The Pellies were in Phoenix Friday night, and that meant taking on the Dragon, Goran Dragic. Earlier this week, Dragic scored a career high 35 points in a tough loss to a visiting Rockets team. He wasn’t about to let that happen again with the Pelicans in town. Dragic scored a career high 40 points and the Suns snagged a 116-104 victory. Read More »
While the players receive all of the attention on the court, it is the general managers who construct the teams off the court, in hopes of leading their organizations to great success. Without these executives, it is difficult to fathom how professional franchises would properly function.
At the end of each season, the NBA gives out the Executive of the Year award, which is voted on by executives of the league’s 30 teams. The season is now closer to completion than it is to its start, and the race this year is certainly tight. Read More »
Gerald Green might be our favorite in-game dunker. LeBron can throw down some towering slams, and Paul George can make a breakaway take your breath away; John Wall‘s lefty dunks on a dribble drive happen so fast the details of the dunk turn opaque just a few seconds later. But Gerald Green jumps so naturally in the flow of the game, he might be our top guy. Read More »