1. Boston Celtics (Via Nets) SG/SF Josh Jackson, Kansas, 6’8″ Even though Boston could realistically trade this pick for Jimmy Butler or Paul George, GM Danny Ainge has been reluctant to pull the trigger to give up Brooklyn’s highly valued assets. Jackson, a versatile player who continued to improve his shooting over the course of… Read More 2017 Lottery Mock
Are you a fan or alumni of a team that is constantly on the bubble year in and year out? Or are you a fan of one of the so called “Blue Bloods” of college basketball? Even better, are you an alumni of the hopeless 16 seed? With all that being said, whether you are… Read More NCAA Tournament: Success or Failure?
We all have that one family member that shows up at every family function and is the most embarrassing person ever, but you still love them. Insert Lavar Ball. The loud mouth, arrogant, and at times, hilarious father of the Ball brothers. Despite that loud mouth of his, he seems to have raised genuine kids that… Read More Can Lavar Ball?
March is always a unique time of year for the basketball world. We simultaneously have the NCAA tournament going on while NBA teams are in their stretch run jockeying for playoff seeding. This year is particularly intriguing as the crop of talented college kids going pro is abundant. This puts several NBA playoff bubble teams… Read More NBA Teams Should Give Tanks
Ok, so the NCAA tournament has officially started. Have you found your local sports bar to take that “3 hour lunch” Thursday or Friday? Or perhaps you’ve told the boss you have a “doctor’s appointment around 12:30PM that might run long, and I’ll probably get stuck in traffic afterwards.” Now that you’re at the… Read More March Fadness
So I’m sitting in my office today and a woman in our marketing department comes in to see me and says, “are you doing an NCAA office tourney pool this year?” Apparently, I have been pigeon-holed as ‘the office sports guy’ and the expectations fall squarely on my shoulder now every year to set this… Read More Wanna See My Elite 8?
With the NBA playoffs right around the corner everyone is anticipating the rubber match between the Cleveland Cavilers and the Golden State Warriors. However, contrary to popular belief there will be other teams “invited” to the NBA playoffs this year. These are my Top 5 teams that I believe can disrupt the 3rd consecutive finals… Read More Five NBA Teams To Save Us From Round 3
It’s June 28, 2006 and the Chicago Bulls are on the clock in the NBA Draft. NBA Commissioner David Stern walks to the podium and announces that University of Texas sophomore big man LaMarcus Aldridge is the Bulls’ draft pick. At the time, it seemed like a logical pick, pairing a versatile 4/5 man with… Read More Not Very Bullish With These Clowns In Charge