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.
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Zech Lambert and I look at all angles of the Nets’ trade for James Harden. Click here as we examine the impact on five different NBA teams.
I’m here to tell you that ranking NBA players is a foolish concept and that it accomplishes nothing. Why? Click here to find out!
Daryl Morey has impacted the 76ers in just his short time with the franchise. However, has every move been good? What do these new players mean for the team’s plan both this season and next year? Click here to listen to both Joe Eckstein and me break down the 76ers’ recent moves!
Jason Hehir, director of the Emmy-winning Netflix documentary, “The Last Dance,” spoke to Penn State students about the documentary’s development and gave students personal advice Wednesday.
Who truly is the best player on the Heat? How are they competing with the Lakers? Click here to find out!