It's not Paul George, but Jimmy Butler the Cavaliers require.
With the NBA season slowly coming to a close, I brought my good buddy Chris Morrison, analyst and host of the Hooper's Log podcast over on NBALead, to talk about potential landing spots for some of the players that have no contract or options for this summer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8SDa9Qpes0 https://soundcloud.com/xjustified/gameplan-podcast-episode-1-chris-morrison As always, the podcast is available on … Continue reading The Game Plan Podcast – Episode 1
Kevin Love has been working behind the scenes.
Who's the favorable match up?
The force or the dark side?
The second round of the playoffs has commenced. The main highlight are teams that get the best of seven and move forward, though the playoffs are also home to historical performances by individuals. Listed below are four players who threaten their team’s opponent in stuffing the stat sheet, and earning their team wins along the way: Rudy … Continue reading Second Round Threats
The Cleveland Cavaliers successfully pulled off a series sweep over the Indiana Pacers and are advancing to the second round. Who's the more optimal match up for LeBron and the Cavaliers? The Milwaukee Bucks are a young, but yet very dangerous team. Giannis Antetokounmpo is making his case for Most Improved Player, and has averaged: (21.3) points, (10) rebounds, (4.5) … Continue reading Round 2: Cleveland’s Options
It's that time of year NBA fans, the playoffs are here. Fourteen teams have been sent home for the year, and sixteen remain, ready to compete for a title. With such an interesting post season awaiting, Cale and Collin offer up their first round predictions: Eastern Conference Boston Celtics (1) vs Chicago Bulls (8) … Continue reading Playoff Predictions of the first degree
Collin talks about the 30k points club and who might get in.