It’s no secret that the Cleveland Cavaliers, star point guard Kyrie Irving has asked for a trade. He also informed the Cavs of what teams he would like to go, with the Knicks being one of them. Now the question is, do the Knicks have enough on their roster to make the trade?. I say
Now I know strong veterans presence on an NBA team could be good for the development of the younger players. However, there are times when the league has players who’re doing nothing but taking up a roster spot from someone younger, and more deserving. With that said, I have compiled a short list 3 NBA players
Los Angeles Sparks, star player Candace Parker has added herself to the record books (once again) by being the fifth WNBA player to post a triple double in a game. She scored 11 points, grabbed 17 rebounds, and dished out 11 assists, as her Los Angeles Sparks team beat the San Antonio Stars 85-73, at the
Power forward Taj Gibson and the Minnesota Timberwolves have agreed to a 2 a year 28 million deal, reuniting Gibson and Coach Tom Thibodeau back together. Gibson played with the Chicago Bulls from 2009-2017, he played under Coach Tom Thibodeau from 2010-2015, before Thibodeau got fired by the Chicago Bulls.
According to several reports, Indiana Pacers starting point guard Jeff Teague has agreed to deal that will have him going to Minnesota to play alongside Jimmy Bulter, Andrew Wiggins, and Karl-Anthony Townson. It became obvious that the Timberwolves was going to make a play for a point guard after the team traded away Ricky Rubio
According to several reports, the Los Angeles Clippers power forward Blake Griffin has resigned with his team for 173 million for the next 5 years. Blake was the number 1 overall pick in the 2009 NBA draft, and have made the All-Star team five times. He’s battled injuries the last three years and is now
Kevin Durant scored 33 points, Stephen Curry added 32 and Klay Thompson came out his shooting slump to chip in 22 points, as the Golden State Warriors went up 2-0 against the Cleveland Cavaliers by beating them 132-113, in game two of the NBA finals. The Cavs made the game competitive in the first two