A few short weeks ago the FIBA world championships had just wrapped up and the start of NBA training camp was now just around the corner.
The summer free agency was a wild an exciting ride. We witness the most movement of All-NBA players in league history.
When training camp officially opened several NBA teams would be heading to China to play several exhibition games, and participate in several league sponsored initiatives.
When Durant announced that he was vacating the Bay Area for Brooklyn New York the NBA world collectively rejoiced. The big three super team era was over.
The Memphis Grizzlies closed out the most successful chapter of their franchise's history. The glorious era of “grit and grind” was officially over.
The midseason they traded All-NBA former defensive player of the year Marc Gasol to Toronto, and Gasol proves to be the last key piece the Raptors needed to win a championship.
Gasol had grown and developed in the organization and became the backbone for those 50 plus win Grizzlies teams.
The Governor of California Gavin Newsom just signed into law one of the most revolutionary laws in College athletics history. Starting in the year 2023 NCAA athletes in the state pf California can make money off endorsement deals.
Part one of this three-part series featured the Atlanta Hawks and the Chicago Bulls. For part two we are going to head out west and discuss the New Orleans Pelicans and the Sacramento Kings.
New Orleans Pelicans
On January 28th, Anthony Davis dropped a bombshell on the basketball world. The New Orleans Pelicans All-NBA center informed the franchise that he would not sign a long term extension with the team.
With NBA training camp less than two weeks away it is time to preview this upcoming season. The league is filled with a lot of great young players, and now it time to preview some of those young exciting young cores you should watch. The Atlanta Hawks and the Chicago Bulls are part one of this three-part series.
The storyline of team USA’s disappointing loss in the quarterfinals to Serbia has dominated the FIBA World Cup headlines. Team USA will not take home the gold medal and will not medal placing seventh.
The California State Government passed a revolutionary bill that will allow their universities to pay their student-athletes.
Sierra Canyon High School is based in Chatsworth, CA., and is one of the top private schools in the state of California.
They also have one of the top high school basketball programs in the country. Currently, they have traveled to China on a 12-day basketball trip.