The NBA’s Covid Problem

Photo Via: The Guardian New York City vaccination mandate restricts Kyrie Irving; others unvaccinated can still play in NYC. The National Basketball Association is widely considered as a ‘player friendly league.’ NBA athletes often have the autonomy to act and speak as they wish and are championed for doing so. The NBA, staying on brand,... Continue Reading →

NBA Trend Values The Versatility Of… Lawyers?

Image Credit: Michael Silver / Front Office Sports The NBA, one of the most entertaining and star driven professional leagues, recently has found lawyers to be valuable as general managers and/or president of basketball operations. Although this trend is relatively new and not common with other professional leagues, there appears to be a natural fit... Continue Reading →

General Manager’s Tweet Impacting NBA Salary Cap

Image Credit: Jerome Solomon / Houston Chronicle Currently, the NBA regular season is just over half-way through. This season has featured several captivating storylines such as: the "Battle for LA" between the Showtime Lakers and the Kawhi Leonard-led Clippers, the analytics-driven Rockets, and a highly competitive Eastern Conference post-LeBron James. As a result, NBA fans... Continue Reading →

Towns and Embiid Square Off.. Kinda

Wednesday night saw the first fight of the 2019-20 NBA season. An entertaining scuffle broke out midway through the third quarter of the Timberwolves and 76ers game between Karl-Anthony Towns and Joel Embiid. The altercation started after the two got tangled up going for a steal under the basket. Both players are 2x All-Stars and... Continue Reading →

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