By Jon Carlos RodriguezThis NBA offseason has been a vibrant, busy graffiti wall of trades and signings, thanks to artful Woj bombs and eye-popping Shams scoops. But the offseason of ’96 had its own crazy mix of league-shaking moves.
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.
One of the many reasons why Michael Jordan is the GOAT is because of iconic moments like this. Where were you when Michael Jordan hit the last shot?
By Ron Evangelista, BuhayBasket contributorThe Cleveland Cavaliers have had their share of ups and downs since LeBron James came back home, but this year seemed to be the toughest out of all of them.
In this edition of Where Were You When, we go back to the miracle of ’07, when the 8th-seeded Dubs did the unthinkable. Read More
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 Ron Evangelista, BuhayBasket contributorIn life, some things are just impossible or a pipe dream at the very least. The Police never did find out who the Zodiac Killer was; Liam and Noel Gallagher may never reform Oasis; and Chris Paul, who injured his hamstring in Game 5, has yet to experience the sensation of really winning. At least as of this moment.
By Ron Evangelista, BuhayBasket contributorDuring my awkward growing up stage in the 2000’s, basketball had always always been a staple of our daily television diet like every traditional Filipino household. NBA games were on in the mornings and PBA marquee matchups were on in the evenings.
In this episode of Grassroots, the BuhayBasket guys talk about the different type of ringchasers—those players who won a ring at the latter part of their careers.
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.