Might Kyle Kuzma be the trading asset the Lakers look to use?

So watching the Lakers so far it’s becoming more and more evident that they will eventually trade or sign Anthony Davis. As it stands Kawhi Leonard looks quite comfortable in Toronto and if he were to take an exit from Continue reading “Might Kyle Kuzma be the trading asset the Lakers look to use?”

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Lebron James’s style of play is holding him back.

I’ve been following the man his whole career but I have reached a point where I am starting to think he is overrated. Yes he has led this Cleveland roster which to many is sub-par to the Finals but let’s not overlook that he beat a inexperienced Indiana roster which took him to 7 games, a Toronto team which freezes up in the post season and their two stars Lowry Continue reading “Lebron James’s style of play is holding him back.”

Lebron James a Portland Trailblazer next season?

Former teammate Richard Jefferson threw the idea out there on ESPN and everyone thinks Lebron would be absurd to join the Blazers but from a basketball standpoint it would be a seamless fit. After a game this past regular season Lebron complimented Damian Lillard and was in awe of how great he has become. Damian Lillard has been anchoring the Blazers’s franchise Continue reading “Lebron James a Portland Trailblazer next season?”

Malik Monk is the sniper no one sees coming next season.

So I’ve been watching Malik Monk since Kentucky and is it just me but does he look like the next elite 3 point shooter in the game. At Kentucky I saw him clutch jumper after clutch jumper and get in a shooting rhythm which reminded me of Curry’s and Kobe’s. Not saying he’ll ever reach any of those two legend’s ceilings but make no mistake about it he will be an all-star at least once or twice in his career.

His rookie season was subpar but more because former Continue reading “Malik Monk is the sniper no one sees coming next season.”

Will Kyrie Irving be a Celtic long-term?

So the Celtics clearly lacked a closer Game 7 against the Cavs, maybe if Kyrie was available the whole series the Cavs don’t even make the Finals but it wasn’t the case so let’s move on. Does anyone notice Kyrie Irving only has 1 year left on his contract and the Celtics were a game away from making the NBA Finals without him? Rozier knows his place and even said he has no problem taking a backseat to Kyrie next season but would it shock anyone if Kyrie gets traded this summer or by the trade deadline next season?

Danny already saw it wasn’t worth re-signing Isaiah Thomas, he dodged Continue reading “Will Kyrie Irving be a Celtic long-term?”