The NBA off-season has commenced, and trade rumors are abundant. Among those, the Phoenix Suns have risen (no pun intended) as suitors for Paul George, Kevin Love, and most recently Kristaps Porzingis of the New York Knicks.
For the Suns, a Porzingis-Phoenix marriage could be franchise altering.
The NBA off-season has commenced, and we’re in for a wild one. It’s been just one week since the Golden State Warriors won the Finals, and the trade rumors are everywhere.
Most recently, Indiana’s franchise player has been linked to the Cavaliers, and Los Angeles Lakers. Today, however, it’s Jimmy Butler that the trade buzz is all about.
It was reported Sunday afternoon, that Paul George will assuredly leave the Pacers as a franchise, optimally for the Los Angeles Lakers, come 2018.
Yes, he’s nearly guaranteed he’ll be in purple and gold next season.
For the Lakers, the time to obtain Paul George isn’t then, it’s now.
Each year it feels like the Electronic Entertainment Expo or E3 starts earlier and earlier. With that being said, I took a day to process the information shown in the first major conference of E3 2017.
Electronic Arts or EA is one of the biggest game developing companies in the world and this year they were also the first of the large-scale conferences that large developers hold each year to show fans their latest games or updates.
With the first week of LCS having past, the glimpse into the split it gave was certainly an interesting one. I’m not sure anyone predicted the week to go the way it did and I certainly didn’t.
This year’s free agent market is a big one, and who could forget Dion Waiters? Last Friday, it was reported that he declined his player option with Miami for $2.1 million.
The Miami Heat shooting guard may be on the move, after the best season of his career.
To many, Nintendo’s Pokémon Direct that happened early on Tuesday morning was disappointing.
Being heavily involved in the Pokémon community on YouTube, Twitter and pretty much anywhere else I got to see the reactions to those announcements even while I was unable to watch the actual event. Continue reading