LeBron James and Kevin Durant will be selecting their teams tonight for the 2021 NBA All-star Game.
Fans of the 6-foot-10-inch point guard will tell you how his versatility makes him an elite talent in the NBA, while others will argue that his inability to be an elite scorer and a top-notch 3-point shooter makes him a good – not great – player.
The NBA is loaded with superstars this season, and there are over 10 athletes that could take home one of the league’s highest honors- the MVP Award. However, there is only one clear-cut pick for MVP this season.
The NBA has traditionally been dominated by giants. Looking back at some of the NBA’s greatest athletes – Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Shaquille O’Neal, Dirk Nowitzki, etc. – one can see a common trait amongst all these stars – height.
How does one measure a life? How does one truly examine all the things that an individual has accomplished?
In most sports, there is a constant debate about who the best athlete of all time is, and basketball is typically the most heated debate. Is there truly a definitive best, second best, etc? In fact, no there isn’t, and the notion of establishing a top-five or even top-ten list is absurd.
Over the last 10 years, plenty of talented international players have entered the NBA and showcased their talents. Here are the top five international players over the last ten years to play in the NBA.
With the sports world paused due to concerns over COVID-19, the NBA has made moves to keep fans entertained during these troubling times. This shows the NBA should do even more to involve fans in activities.
In the past, the NBA All-star game hasn’t been one dominated by hard work, grit, or passion; rather, it’s just been a free-for-all. To some sports fans – like myself- the All-star Game is the worst part of the entire weekend. This year, the NBA created an All-star Game that excited fans. How did they do this?
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