By Jon Carlos RodriguezIt’s been five years since the Gilas heroes made me jump up and scream (alone) in excitement. I miss being that pumped up. I miss Gilas 2.0.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezThe Warriors-Cavs Finals matchup was inevitable. But for long stretches in the regular season, and for brief moments yesterday and today, the Boston Celtics and the Houston Rockets made us believe in the alternative. We should do shots to honor their efforts.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezA week ago, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers were down 0-2 against the Boston Celtics, looking like a sad and tired team with one foot out of the playoffs. Today, they’re no longer down 0-2 against the Boston Celtics, looking like a happy and rejuvenated team with one foot in yet another NBA Finals appearance.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezGame 1 of the 2018 Western Conference Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Houston Rockets started off exactly as we all expected: fast-paced, high octane, frenetic basketball that was so exhausting (and highly addicting) to watch.
By Jeff ArriendaThe 2018 NBA Playoffs version of LeBron James is Thanos and he has all the Infinity Stones. Here’s why.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezThe NBA Playoffs is usually the time when all the excitement building up during the regular season explodes in a crazy, beautiful splatter of high-stake buzzer-beaters; unsung heroes; epic meltdowns; and (usually) a Lance Stephenson meme.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezTo make history as the only player to ever average a triple double in two seasons, Russell Westbrook needs to grab 16 rebounds in his last game of the season. Will he make it?
By Jon Carlos RodriguezJason Kidd is turning 45 this week, so what better time to celebrate his career and see how his legacy stands next to one of his greatest teammates turned PG rival, Steve Nash. Kidd versus Nash—who was better?
By Jon Carlos RodriguezOn February 8, 2018, the Cleveland Cavaliers did a cold, heartless thing: it broke up with six of its players. That’s right, six (more) players are now ex-Cavs, which means there are six names to stalk to tick off these key post-breakup questions: How are they doing now? Have they moved on? Are they happy? Are they better without LeBron? Who won the breakup? Let the stalking begin.
By Jeff ArriendaIn 2004, the Minnesota Timberwolves lost to the LA Lakers in the Western Conference Finals. But what if they made it all the way to the championship?