Steph Curry is one of the greatest shooters of all time. Michael Jordan is the greatest player of all time. Are there similarities?
Giannis Antetokounmpo keeps reappearing in the Warriors dreams. He’s a perfect Kevin Durant replacement. Except he wants to bring a title to Milwaukee.
Marcus Morris was supposed to stretch the floor and give the Clippers offense on the perimeter. He was supposed to space the floor and be clutch. So far, he’s less than advertised. Way less.
After a failed five years in Detroit, Reggie Jackson hopes the Clippers will deliver him a title and a different narrative other than “he thought he was better than Russell Westbrook.”
Damian Lillard has played himself into the MVP race with his 2020 heroics. To be a true MVP candidate though he has to carry his team to wins while amassing a record that is better than .500.
The Lakers have been given more time to handle Kobe grief while continuing their NBA schedule. Next game is Friday.
Chris Paul says Rondo spit on him. Rondo says Chris Paul is a liar. A year has passed. All arguments settled on the court.
Jordan Clarkson was a steal in the 2014 draft, a second rounder who should have been in the first. A scorer first mentality, he compliments Donovan Mitchell and has the Jazz thinking top-4 seed
Kyrie or Ray Allen as Greatest Single Shot of the Decade? You decide
Dwight hasn’t forgotten nor forgiven the Magic organization. But he’s not angry. And that is a big step in Howard’s continuing maturity.