Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that LeBron James has joined the Los Angeles Lakers. Just how good can the Lakers be with him on their roster?
Since Enzo and Elvis love the Lakers so much (Jeff, not so much), they decided to start a show about them. In this pilot episode, they talk about the Meme Team and their possible effect on the rest of the roster.
By Ron EvangelistaWhen Kevin Durant bailed out on his Oklahoma City folk and decided to jump ship to the fabled Golden State Warriors, he had people in an unbridled frenzy. Basically unleashing every unkind word available in their vocabulary and then some, the fans were eating Durant alive for probably the most controversial free agent shift in the history of the league.
By Enzo MarcosKevin Durant has had his fair share of great moments in the league. We caught up with some fans to ask them what their favorite KD moment is.
By Enzo MarcosKevin Durant waxes poetic about his basketball journey and the Filipinos’ love for the game.
By Jeff ArriendaTwo-time NBA champ and back-to-back Finals MVP Kevin Durant spent a Sunday talking about his Nike journey, designing the KD11 with Leo Chang, and going for a 3-peat with new Warrior DeMarcus Cousins. He also shared the court with some of the country’s top college stars for a 20-minute highlight reel of dunks and 3s.
By Ron EvangelistaThe City of Angels is now The King’s royal kingdom.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezBehind every winner is a second-placer who should’ve, could’ve, would’ve won (except for the recent bloodbath of an NBA Finals—that was all Warriors). Here’s a shout out to those who put up a good fight, but didn’t get to win.
By Ron Evangelista, BuhayBasket contributorBarangay Ginebra, the nation’s most popular ball club, is dancing on quicksand right now with the way they’re playing, but they just got a pair of helping hands that are eager to pull them out of the pit. And those particular hands have a knack of catching fire just in the nick of time.
By Enzo MarcosLeBron James shows love to the Philippines once again with the Soldier 12 “Agimat.” There are six symbols on the shoe that have multiple meanings. We caught up with Jino Ferrer of Nike Philippines and asked him about the story behind these symbols.