By Jon Carlos RodriguezAnother round of Fantasy Bucket means another batch of unsung fantasy heroes, those whose names a lot of casual fans probably don’t give a shit about, but savvy fantasy players covet. If you need to know how the ADs or the Hardens are doing, look elsewhere. This space is reserved for the Bartons and the Olynyks.
By Ron EvangelistaIt was the best of times, it was the worst of times for one of the best point guards in the NBA. It was the age of wisdom for the two years that had Steve Nash bagging MVP honors, but an age of foolishness for Shaquille O’Neal and others who felt they deserved it over him.
One of the best point guards to ever play the game is turning 45 years old. Let’s appreciate his career in this episode of Grassroots. Read More
By Enzo MarcosStephen Songco of HOFA.ph shares his top 5 basketball memorabilia.
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 RodriguezHere’s a plot twist no one saw coming towards the end of the long season: a Brook Lopez who’s actually playing good. Congrats to fantasy owners who held on to him for the past six months (bet you losers didn’t make the playoffs).
By Ron EvangelistaFrom being once an MVP, Derrick Rose found himself a kicker in a deadline day trade, then got waived. He now has another chance to redeem himself in Minnesota.
By Enzo MarcosThe PBA Playoffs are in full swing. Who do the fans want to see in the 2018 Philippine Cup Finals?
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 Jon Carlos RodriguezWhat were you up to in high school? These high school kids are making basketball history.