For anyone interested in knowing about my feelings on whether this trade was good for the Brooklyn Nets, and who the leader of the team should be, then check out my article on https://overtimesportsonline.com/2021/02/18/brooklyn-looking-to-challenge-for-the-title/ for more on that. As promised on the aforementioned article, let’s delve into the Nets trade a little more. How have … More Basketball: Are the Nets Actually a Title Threat?
A world without sports is something that would have been unthinkable a few months ago. Then Rudy Gobert of the Utah Jazz started laughing about feeling sick during an NBA pre-match press conference before touching all of the microphones. All fun and games, that’s until Gobert tested positive for the virus less than an hour … More We May Be Back Soon…
So, guess I was a little mistaken about the All-Star game. The format this year turned out to be absolutely fantastic. Two teams, made up of the best players in the world (that are fit and healthy), going at it in front of a packed arena, in one of the best cities in America. As … More Basketball: Much Better Than Expected
This year’s NBA All-Star game will be held in Chicago, Illinois, and is expected to be slightly more competitive because of the new rules that are going to be implemented. Rules, which I think will be detrimental to the event. For many years, the All-Star games were a battle between the best players from the … More Basketball: NBA All-Kobe Game
For any individual who has played sport, there would have been an instance when they were perplexed by a certain decision made by the match official. With a mixture of feelings – anger and injustice to be the most likely – the player in question would likely have approached the official in charge, only to … More Oi Referee, What Was That For?
After 120+ days, we have finally tipped off with the start of the 2018/19 NBA season. The pre-season was one of activity to say the least, and many questions were being asked. Most important of those was answered by the L.A. Lakers, who ended up securing the signature of “The King”, LeBron James. Despite the … More NBA: Will It Be The Warriors Again?