Sporting Hindsight is a Tough Thing

It is draft night, 2017, the Philadelphia 76ers have just traded with the Celtics to own the first pick and have just selected Markelle Fultz. In that moment they were right to do so. Fast forward to today and I'm sure that GM Bryan Colangelo is kicking himself. But hindsight is a cruel thing. Fultz, a … Continue reading Sporting Hindsight is a Tough Thing


Pivotal Games

Two of the Central Division's most prestigious teams face a tough decision with their superstars during what could be a busy off season of rebuilding. The Indiana Pacers and The Chicago Bulls face big decisions on whether to trade their superstars Paul George and Jimmy Butler, respectively. The Pacers have let down George after being swept … Continue reading Pivotal Games

The Two Most Exciting Teams in the NBA

One of the main things which emerged from the NBA 2016-17 season was not a surprise: the New York Knicks are still trash. The other main thing was a surprise, after adding Kevin Durant the Golden State Warriors did not break their own regular season record of 73 wins. But two other teams left a … Continue reading The Two Most Exciting Teams in the NBA

30 in 30 – Spurs

San Antonio Spurs The Spurs legendary big man Tim Duncan has retired and their ageing roster may be likely to loose another member during the next offseason. Nonetheless you can just never underestimate Greg Popovic's men. The Spurs have added Pau Gasol to their roster almost to replace Duncan. The Spanish centre/forward averaged a double double … Continue reading 30 in 30 – Spurs