The Seattle SuperSonics haven’t existed since the original franchise relocated to Oklahoma City following the 2007-08 season. But the fan base still exist, and is still fighting to get its … Continue Reading Will the Sonics be back by 2017?
The Portland Trail Blazers have won their first playoff series since 2000. That is all thanks to Damian Lillard. The Rockets were leading 98-96 with 0.9 seconds left in Game … Continue Reading NBA Playoff Post #2: Blazers Playoff Drought Ends
Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has often been accused of being a racist — thanks to sworn testimony and affidavits — but until recently, there wasn’t a whole lot … Continue Reading Donald Sterling continues to prove that he is a terrible human being, NBA team owner
The NBA Playoffs started Saturday and since then there have been three overtime games. Interestingly enough, the visiting team has won each of those games. The first game featured the … Continue Reading NBA Playoff Post #1: 3 Days, 3 Overtime Games
The Miami Heat are coming off of back-to-back seasons as NBA champions. As of late, they haven’t been playing like champions though. Yesterday the Brooklyn Nets just completed a 4-0 … Continue Reading Are the Heat in trouble?
Hello and welcome to my weekly post on this week’s NBA action. Sorry I missed last week, but I’ll be sure to post more regularly. Here we go! 1. Who … Continue Reading Key Storylines to follow in the NBA
The Brooklyn Nets have signed Jason Collins to a 10-Day contract. While this isn’t huge or groundbreaking considering how much weight Michael Sam’s announcement made, it’s great that a gay … Continue Reading Jason Collins signed by Nets
Here’s the latest for this week’s NBA action. 1. Watch out for Houston I know that the Rockets just lost to the Warriors 102-99 tonight in overtime, but they were … Continue Reading NBA Thursday Round-Up
NBA commissioner Adam Silver’s first statement regarding potential expansion to Seattle, and it was a bit of disappointment for those who expected him to be the savior of the Sonics. … Continue Reading Adam Silver to Seattle: we aren’t ready to add an expansion team, yet
The NBA is in the midst of negotiating a new TV contract, thanks to the fact that the previous one is expiring after the current season ends. This new TV … Continue Reading Examining the rumored NBA TV contract and what the could mean for Seattle
In the after math of the Seahawks first Super Bowl Championship, and Seattle’s massive post-game celebration, speculation began to emerge that the NBA would again play in the Emerald City; … Continue Reading Potential NBA Expansion is Back in the Headlines
Ray Allen is the best three-point shooter to ever play the game…well, since the three-point line actually became a thing. Throughout his 18-year career he has been the sharpshooter from … Continue Reading Taking A Look At Ray Allen’s Impact on The Miami Heat’s Title Defense
Unless you’ve been sitting under a rock for the past few months you understand now that LeBron James is by far and away the best player in basketball. LeBron clinched … Continue Reading Revisiting LeBron’s Legacy
Well unfortunately for us Seattle fans that didn’t happen, but still this NBA Finals will be entertaining. This years championship will feature last years winner, the Miami Heat, going against … Continue Reading 2013 NBA Finals Preview
Friend of the blog Nate Hughart (who wrote this lovely timeline for us) sat down and did a quick video interview with me via Google+. We discussed the Sacramento Kings … Continue Reading Talking Seattle Sonics, Sacramento Kings and The NBA With Nate Hughart
The NBA’s Relocation Committee reaffirmed it’s commitment to the City of Sacramento today, and stayed with its 7-0 Vote to deny the relocation to Seattle. This announcement has come on the heals … Continue Reading The Relocation Committee Stays With Sacramento