We are roughly a quarter of the way through the NBA season. In the first six weeks, teams and players are beginning to separate themselves, including the rookies. Some have fared better than others, but I believe most would be impressed with the class as a whole thus far, considering the players had very little time to adjust to the NBA competition and lifestyle. With that … [Read more...] about Rookie Quarterly Report Cards: Who’s Impressed Most So Far?
Early Season Takeaways: Denver’s Defense, Atlanta’s Offense, and Blowouts
With the NBA roughly two weeks into the new season, it’s just enough of a sample size to start making some observations about the play we’re seeing so far. However, 6 or 7 games for each team is also enough to warrant a disclaimer that all the statistics I cite in this article are from a very small sample size and can change quickly. With that said, we can only go off the … [Read more...] about Early Season Takeaways: Denver’s Defense, Atlanta’s Offense, and Blowouts
P.J. Carlesimo: Mike Wise S1 E7
Mike Wise is joined by former NCAA & NBA head coach, and current basketball analyst P.J. Carlesimo as they flashback 30 years to Seton Hall's memorable 1989 Final Four run, P.J.'s close friend Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim and the unfortunate tragedy he was recently involved in, the 1992 Dream Team experience including the friendship formed between Larry Bird and Patrick … [Read more...] about P.J. Carlesimo: Mike Wise S1 E7
Zion Aftermath, Lakers postseason mission, Importance of Veterans: S1 E6
BJ and Eric discuss the aftermath of the Zion Williamson injury and what it means for his future, the Lakers postseason mission, the importance of veteran leadership, the realities of life in the #NBA when climbing the championship mountain and much more! … [Read more...] about Zion Aftermath, Lakers postseason mission, Importance of Veterans: S1 E6