After only 12 minutes of action, the Milwaukee Bucks has established they were in it to win it as they established an early 26-point lead during the first quarter of their bout against the Miami Heat. Big thanks to their 10 triples during the first quarter -- a record they now share with the Cleveland Cavaliers, who achieved it in 2016.
Miami Heat's historic Game 3 win was enough to give their morale a boost as they look to even the NBA Finals series against the Los Angeles Lakers in tonight's Game 4. But, the question is, can they do it?
Miami Heat having a tough time in Game 1 of the NBA Finals series is an understatement. Not only were they steamrollered by the Los Angeles Lakers, 116-98, but they also had three of their key players suffering injuries.
LeBron James has made it to six NBA Finals appearances. He's without a doubt the best player on the planet today, but he isn't without his flaws. Here, we grade James' performance in the championship, all six of them.
Jeremy Lin has an expiring contract with the Los Angeles Lakers, and it remains to be seen whether or not they will re-sign him. Lin is still very young, and he could help a team next season. Where do you think Lin will be playing next year?
The San Antonio Spurs aren't playing nearly as good as they did last season when they won the NBA Championship. The team is in seventh place in the Western Conference standings. The South American pair of Tiago Splitter and Manu Ginobili will be needed greatly down the stretch by head coach Gregg Popovich.
A lot of rumors are swirling around as we approach the 2015 NBA trade deadline. Many teams will be looking to improve, and others are looking to clear up some salary cap space. Latin Post lists five blockbuster trades that should happen this season.
The New York Knicks are one of the worst teams in the NBA this season. The Knicks won't be making the playoffs anytime soon, and they need to rebuild. The Knicks need young talent, and they should make some moves before the NBA trade deadline. Latin Post.com lists five players the Knicks should consider trading for.
LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are off to a disappointing start this season, and many NBA fans believe James will opt out of his contract at the end of the year. Even though the Cavaliers are struggling, James owes the city of Cleveland this opportunity.
The 2014-15 NBA season is more than one third of the way complete, and every team has a pretty good idea of what their strengths and weaknesses are. Trading for players can help boost a roster, and help relieve salary cap issues. Latin Post.com lists five players who may be traded before the 2015 NBA trade deadline.