Warriors 3-Peat is On

Because haters are everywhere, there is still discussion on whether the Golden State Warriors are a dynasty. Winning multiple rings doesn’t seem to satisfy the non-believers. Nor does having the best regular season record in NBA history and the best postseason record in NBA history. The doubters attribute the Warriors success to the era they…

It’s A Perfect World For Warriors Defense

Lacking sexiness, the Warriors defense is under the radar, rarely discussed, yet they have the best defensive rating in the playoffs at 101.9. No other team has a defensive rating below 103.  Why is no one paying attention to what the Dubs are doing on the other end of the court? For starters, the Warriors…

NBA $$$: Warriors and Cavaliers are Billions Apart

Last season, only three NBA teams made over $100 million dollars, according to Forbes.  One of those teams were the NBA champ Warriors. The other two didn’t make the playoffs. The Lakers annually gross $150 million from their television contract, almost ten times the amount of small market teams. The Knicks rake in telelvision profits…

The Warriors Are The Favorites But They Can Be Tripped Up

Lets sum up the NBA. The Cleveland Cavaliers possess a series of aging stars. The Houston Rockets lack a strong frontcourt. The biggest addition for the Oklahoma City Thunder looks to join the Lakers during his free agency next year. The Spurs possess just one All-Star caliber player. The Celtics are lacking a league-wide top…

Redeemed, Warriors Dynasty Greedy For More

Warriors New Faces: Nick Young. Omri Casspi. Jordan Bell (R). Warriors 2016-17  Weaknesses:  24th: Bench Points, Center Scoring. 22nd: 2-Point Attempts. Warriors 2016-17 Strengths: 1st: Field Goal Percentage, 2-Point Percentage, Assists, Blocks, Points, Field Goal Percentage Defense, Three Point Defense, Starters Points, Fast Break Points. Offensive Rating. 2nd: Defensive Rating, Backcourt Points, Non-Paint Points, Point Guard Points. 3rd: Three-Point Attempts,…

The Warriors Messing With People’s Minds

The last time Blazers-Warriors was remotely interesting was last February [2016] when the Warriors strolled into Portland after the All-Star break and they couldn’t do anything right. Oakland native Damian Lillard dropped 51, outplaying Steph Curry, and the Blazers won. For one small second it made you think that with the best backcourts in the…

Cavs-Warriors Fatigue is Real

The 2016-17 NBA season has been a basketball nirvana for fans of top-flight performances. Through half the season there have been 45 triple doubles (46 if Russell Westbrook is playing while you read this), which equates to one triple double every day of the NBA calendar so far. On top of the triple double madness,…