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 Ron EvangelistaAs a kid, weekend mornings were always the best time of the week. My mom cooking breakfast, fresh coffee brewing, and the sun slowly starting to envelop the vibrant city streets. However, what made it complete was my dad, me and my older brother watching NBA games on the TV.
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.
Isaiah Thomas, one of the league’s most prolific scorers, is set for a comeback. BuhayBasket contributor Ron Evangelista looks into his return and how it will affect the Cleveland Cavaliers.
By Stan SyWWE recently held its annual Survivor Series pay-per-view. The show’s draw has traditionally been a five-on-five elimination tag team match featuring all-star lineups that would never otherwise be grouped together. In many ways, Survivor Series is like the WWE’s equivalent of the NBA’s All-Star Weekend. The stars come together and put whatever differences they have aside for a match without any real consequences.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezThe NBA All-Star Game gets a playground makeover, which could mean two things: God is a decent guy, and he’s a basketball fan.
On March 20, 2013, James Blair ran to the court, high-fived LeBron James, was escorted out by security, went to jail, and was banned for a year from the arena. BuhayBasket caught up with THE LeBron James fan to ask him: What do you think of LeBron’s haters?
Just in case you’re living under a rock under the Pacific Ocean or still reeling from the finale of Forevermore, LeBron James went bat-shit crazy in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Atlanta Hawks. He finished with an NBA2K-ish 37-18-13 in 47 pulsating minutes. His 12th career playoff triple-double (it easily could’ve been his 13th—he was only a rebound shy in Game 2).