Go for the split and gain home court advantage. That’s the mantra for any team that has to go on the road for the first 2 games of an NBA playoff series. These dysfunctional and one time lottery bound Bulls had a different agenda heading into this series with the Boston Celtics. There’s 5 reasons… Read More Bulls Take Commanding 2-0 Series Lead, Now Playing With House Money
Well, since the 2016-17 NBA regular has been over with for about a week it’s time to attack the guys who were paid a pretty penny after the salary cap spike to do…nothing. I’m going to exclude the Lakers giving out those horrid contracts to Luol Deng and Timofey Mozgov because they had to do… Read More Refund! Refund!
The Cavs defense is so bad it may extend a couple playoff series longer than they would like this year. Still can’t believe Paul George is 0-15 on go ahead shots with under 20 seconds left. Whatever Lance Stephenson does after basketball, he should do it with a Pacers jersey on. Iman Shumpert DNP? Can… Read More Weekend Observations – NBA Playoff Edition
After 82 meaningless regular season games the NBA playoffs are here! Here are our predictions for the first round of the NBA playoffs. Eastern DREW NYCK MANAL AARON Celtics vs Bulls Boston in 7 Bulls in 7 Celtics in 7 Celtics in 6 Cavs vs Pacers Cavs in 5 Cavs in 5 Cavs in 6… Read More Round 1 Predictions
Yeah, it’s that time of year NBA fans. The time when everybody around the league has their opinions on the awards for the season, Most Valuable Player, Sixth Man, Rookie of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Coach of the Year, and Most Improved Player award. Our panel here at Offensive Foul has to… Read More 2017 Offensive Foul NBA Season Awards
1. Cleveland Browns– Myles Garrett DE Texas A&M– This is a no Brainer here. Can the Browns actually mess this up? Let us hope not. 2.San Francisco 49ers- Jonathan Allen DE Alabama– Allen was the best player one of the best defenses in college football history. Bad combine numbers do not sway my judgement… Read More 2017 Offensive Foul Mock Draft 1.0
After winning 11 titles as a coach, in 2014 Phil Jackson signed a 5 year $60 million dollar deal with the New York Knicks to become the President of Basketball Operations. This seemed like a match made in heaven. One of the most successful figures the NBA has ever seen, returning to the mecca of… Read More I’m just not (Phil)ing the Knicks Anymore
Today is April 4th. You wake up in Chicago and step outside. It’s 46 degrees!? You think to yourself, isn’t it almost Spring? You check your iPhone weather app and notice it’s going to reach a high of 85 degrees in Miami today. You begin to daydream about a home on the intracoastal of Miami… Read More Does Wade or Riley Want A Do-Over?
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?