NBA Finals Preview: Warriors vs. Cavaliers II

Tale of the Tape Golden State Warriors Golden State returns to the Finals after coming back being on the brink of elimination against the Thunder. The Warriors rallied from down 3-1, and in the last two games outscored the Thunder by 84 points at the three point line. Overall, the Warriors have been impressive in the playoffs, holding a 12-5 record despite the fact that … Continue reading NBA Finals Preview: Warriors vs. Cavaliers II

Western Conference Finals Preview and Predictions

Warriors vs. Thunder Tale of the tape: The Thunder are coming into this series playing some of the best basketball they’ve played all season.  They beat the Spurs three straight games, and twice at home, which is impressive since San Antonio went 40-1 at home this season.  Waiters and Roberson have been able to give them good play on the wings, and inside Steven Adams … Continue reading Western Conference Finals Preview and Predictions

NBA Playoffs: First Round Predictions

The NBA regular season has come to close following Wednesday nights games, which included Kobe Bryant’s incredible 60 point farewell game and the Warriors breaking the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls record and winning their 73rd game of the season. So, we are now officially in playoff time and the match ups are set for the first round, which tips off Saturday at 12:30. Below are my … Continue reading NBA Playoffs: First Round Predictions

Takeaways from the 2016 McDonald’s All-American Game

The 2016 McDonald’s All-American game took place Wednesday night in Chicago with the West team beating out the East team 114-107. The game showcased some of the top high school talent in the nation that will be entering the NCAA next season. So after getting a glimpse of these top players, here are some thoughts and takeaways from the game and some players that stood out. … Continue reading Takeaways from the 2016 McDonald’s All-American Game

2016 NCAA Tournament Thoughts and Predictions

It’s that time of year again. The NCAA basketball regular season was completed, conference tournaments have concluded and Selection Sunday has named the 68 teams that will compete in the NCAA Tournament to try and become the 2016 NCAA National Champion. Below, Mark Chajkowski and I will pick an upset that we think could happen in the first round, a possible Cinderella team and a … Continue reading 2016 NCAA Tournament Thoughts and Predictions

Hoops Hub’s 2015-16 NCAA Basketball Awards

The 2015-2016 NCAA basketball regular season is officially over and we are now in tournament season, with the Big Dance just a few days away from tipping off. This season was a rather unpredictable one, filled with top ranked teams falling at one of the highest rates we’ve seen in recent memory and no teams pulling themselves ahead of the pack. The season was also … Continue reading Hoops Hub’s 2015-16 NCAA Basketball Awards

Projecting Team USA’s Final Roster for the Olympics

Team USA recently announced their thirty man shortlist for the upcoming Summer Olympics.  These thirty players will compete in camps against each other to be named to the twelve man roster for the Olympics.  The shortlist is loaded with talent and can be found here.  This list is pretty overwhelming.  We are dealing with a dearth of extremely talented players, and there will be many hard … Continue reading Projecting Team USA’s Final Roster for the Olympics

NCAA Basketball: It’s Anyone’s Game

We are now just under a week away from the official start of the 2016 NCAA Tournament, with Selection Sunday taking place this upcoming Sunday, and this year is shaping up to be one of the most unpredictable tournaments in recent memory. This season, there have been a total of six different teams to be ranked as the top team in the nation by the … Continue reading NCAA Basketball: It’s Anyone’s Game