The last week of NBA action was a historic one as the Golden State Warriors both tied and broke the record for most wins to start an NBA season. Their much-documented win streak has made them the favorites to win the championship this season
My New Orleans Pelicans had to play the Golden State Warriors in their home opener and in our home opener. It’s not fair.
The year was 2004. The Minnesota Timberwolves lost to the Los Angeles Lakers in 6 games in the Western Conference Finals. Kevin Garnett, the 2003-2004 NBA MVP, was in the prime of his Hall of Fame career.
The weekend of action is over in the National Basketball Association with the Golden State Warriors, the defending champions this season, remaining undefeated. The Warriors, playing on their home court this weekend, were forced to make a fourth quarter comeback on Saturday
The second weekend of action in the NBA is over and teams have played between five to seven games in their schedules. The divisional leaders at this point are as follows:
Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside was one of 50 players with an 80+ rating in NBA 2K16, but after a red-hot 15.8 PPG, 11 RPG, 62.8 percent shooting start to the 2015-2016 NBA season, you have ask if 81 was too low.
Guess who’s back! That’s right, fresh off another season-long injury, Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant is back on the court—and, somehow, he seems to be making the Lakers worse.
The regular season started in the National Basketball Association on Tuesday night. In a trio of games that were featured the Detroit Pistons, the Chicago Bulls, and the Golden State Warriors all emerged as victorious.