By Jon Carlos RodriguezThe streets leading to the Barclays Center in the heart of Brooklyn were blanketed in wet, cold, and mushy chaos. Inside the arena, it was warm and toasty, the glossy home floor providing a brief escape from the terrible snow storm outside. But the arena was no safe haven—a different kind of storm was brewing.
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 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 Enzo MarcosSome people collect stamps, others collect sneakers. Our buddies from @hofa.ph collect sports memorabilia.
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?
By Elvis GutierrezThe playoffs are just around the corner, so if these guys are (for some odd reason) sitting on your Waiver Wire, go pick them up now, and drop the Emmanuel Mudiays in your roster.
In this week’s episode of Grassroots, the BuhayBasket guys are joined by Tep and Ron of Hall of Fame Authentics (HOFA) to talk about two of the greatest teams in NBA history and the iconic moments that defined them.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezDon’t leave your teammates hanging. It’s the simplest rule, really, but in an intense and high stakes game, some teammates tend to forget to give some love. Ditching the ritual at a fun-centric All-Star Game though? There’s just no excuse.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezTiago Splitter, the first Brazilian ever to win an NBA title, has announced his retirement. Let’s celebrate his seven-year career, shall we?
By Jon Carlos RodriguezFantasy basketball (and Fantasy Bucket) is on a loooong break, but that shouldn’t stop us from fantasizing about stats. Let’s look at the numbers from the 2018 NBA All-Star Game.