The Denver Nuggets MELO-drama may finally be over heading into All-Star weekend in Los Angeles has reportedly they have made a deal with the New Jersey Nets. Obviously, this situation with Carmelo Anthony is complicated…
The Denver Nuggets have been surrounded by all sorts of trade rumors over the past couple of months involving their superstar Carmelo Anthony. Most of these rumors have been because the soon to be free agent Carmelo…
Heading into the All-Star break in Los Angeles this past weekend, all anyone could talk about during the 2011 All-Star weekend at the Staples Center is whether or not the Denver Nuggets Carmelo Anthony would get traded…
Tough match-up for the Lakers. Oklahoma City’s talented young core of Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and Jeff Green will wreck havoc on the Lakers’ currently confused defense. There are two things intriguing about this series: Kobe Bryant, the Lakers best player, can be slowed down by the Thunders best defender, Thabo Sefolosha.
It would be hard to argue that the defending NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers aren’t the team to beat in the Western Conference playoffs as they are stacked with some of the most talented players in the week and led by arguably the best all-around player in Kobe Bryant.
Unlike the Eastern Conference, all eight teams in the Western Conference playoffs are legit and can compete with the best of the best in the NBA.
The Thunder will make their first playoff appearance in its young existence. Oklahoma City is currently the sixth seed in the west but are locked in a three-way battle with the Portland Trail Blazers and San Antonio Spurs.
The NBA has some of the best basketball coaches in the country as it is the highest level of basketball and the dream of most of coaches to walk the sidelines in the league.
Last season marked a turnaround for the Denver Nuggets franchise as they went from a perennial playoff team to a legitimate title contender for the foreseeable future.
There is no doubting that 11-time All-Star Allan Iverson is amongst the best players ever to play this game. Standing at just 6 feet tall, if that, the former Georgetown great lit up the scoreboard on a nightly basis in his rookie year.