Jordan was injured playing the sport he loved on the weekend of 9/26/2020. Right now he is in critical condition. We are currently raising money for his full recovery. Please take a moment and say a prayer for his amazing family or donate if you can. Welcome to another edition of #TalesFromTheATL and this timeContinue reading “He Bleeds Football – Raising Athletes By Jasmine”
If you guys thought that November was an exciting month for the NBA, December was just as exciting if not even more. Players finally have their legs underneath them and the competition is getting much stronger as the season keeps going. Now that the month is officially over, let’s see who was at the topContinue reading “NBA December. Basketball Recap w/ Nick Andre”
It has been a wild first month of basketball in the NBA so far. From arguing, load management issues to highlight-reel plays and Carmelo’s resurrection, it feels great to see that basketball season is officially back. And I cannot wait to see what the rest of the season has for us. So, let’s so whoContinue reading “NBA November. Basketball Recap w/ Nick Andre”
It is that time of year again and we are back with basskkkettballl. All day and all night long. So. If you have any predicitons for the 2019-2020 season then leave them here. NBA all day. Let’s grow.
Brooklyn got a steal when they acquired two elite players in Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. Now the only question is whether Durant and Irving can share the floor without butting heads. Kyrie and Kevin are both known for their successes with other teammates as well as their failures. Both players are notorious for havingContinue reading “Can Kyrie and Kevin Co-Exist?”
Golden State Basketball After losing in a tough 6 game series in the NBA Finals to the Toronto Raptors, the situation that the Golden State Warriors are in is uncertain. With their top-notch talent – Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson, and Demarcus Cousins – approaching free agency, questions abound. Will Golden State’s president of operations, BobContinue reading “Golden State Warriors – Is This the End of an Era?”
22 years old + 6’5″ + 190 lbs + CIAA Player of the Year With all the hype around Zion Williamson, Ja Morant, Colby White, and others, It is easy to overlook a lot of talent coming into the draft. One of my favorite players from throughout this past season is Shaw University’s guard, AmirContinue reading “NBA Draft Prospect: Amir Hinton”
LaMelo Ball is the son of LaVar Ball, founder of Big Baller Brand and younger brother of Los Angeles Lakers point guard, Lonzo Ball. 17 years old. 6’5″. 165 lbs. LaMelo was going into his junior year of high school when his dad Lavar decided to pull his son due to differences between himself andContinue reading “LaMelo Ball. Journey to the NBA. By Nick Andre Feat SLAM Magazine”
I believe that Giannis is the NBA’s most valuable player based off of his consistency all season and leading his team to the best record in the NBA. I know that I’m only 1/3 of the NBA fans that vote for the players, but I hope others vote Giannis for MVP as it will be highly deserving for the Greek Freak.
Isaiah Thomas recently made his official return to the Boston Celtics floor since being traded almost two years ago. It was nothing but a bittersweet feeling when the Celtics gave Thomas a tribute video during the first quarter of the Celtics-Nuggets game. After the game, a reporter asked Thomas what would it be like ifContinue reading “Flashback Friday — The Isaiah Thomas Theory”