We all know how the Brooklyn Nets have taken the NBA by storm when they formed their own version of the Big 3. But even without Kevin Durant, they have shown that they are the real deal. The Steve Nash-mentored squad is 12-2 against the top clubs this season, and now they stake their win
Kevin Durant and James Harden are finally teammates again and they will play their first game together since the 2012 NBA season when they host the Magic tomorrow. Harden was brought in after the Nets completed a blockbuster deal with the Rockets, Pacers, and Cavaliers, one day after he expressed his discontentment playing for the
James Harden is finally off to somewhere else as the Rockets, Nets, Pacers, and Cavaliers completed a blockbuster four-team trade that sent shockwaves across the NBA few hours ago. The Nets get their third superstar in James Harden, while the Rockets get Victor Oladipo, Dante Exum, Rodions Kurucs, and a total of eight draft pick
It has been almost a month since the NBA restarted and we’ve witnessed our fair share of exciting basketball action along with the several stories that are unfolding. Slowly but surely, the wins and losses will pile up and that will eventually separate the contenders, pretenders, and the ones who will drop as lottery teams.
There is a big sense of urgency to this offseason as several clubs are already gearing up for the 2020/21 NBA campaign. The Phoenix Suns and the Milwaukee Bucks have recently made trades in order to improve their roster, while the Brooklyn Nets are slowly turning into a viable destination for stars. After seeing major