Why D’Angelo Russell Will Become an All-Star This Year

D’Angelo Russell is only headed into his 3rd NBA season, and will probably be apart of a below-average team, but D-Lo has every opportunity to become an All-Star this year. Even though Brooklyn did fall in their season opener to the Pacers 140-131, D’Angelo Russell Nets career is off to a strong start. Russell put up 30 points, and did so shooting 54.5% from the … Continue reading Why D’Angelo Russell Will Become an All-Star This Year

The NBA Predictions You Didn’t Know You Needed

The NBA season begins tonight, so everyone and their mother is giving you their preseason predictions. But really, who cares who Skip Bayless and your uncle Jimbo predict to win the title or win the MVP. What’s important are the predictions that I’m about to make now… Shams Charania will completely replace Woj as the breaking news guy. Get ready to build a Sham Shelter, … Continue reading The NBA Predictions You Didn’t Know You Needed

“Ball In The Family” Is About To Run The Kardashians Off The Air

There’s a 10/10 chance I’m biased coming into this. But Ball in the Family’s the absolute best reality show I’ve ever watched. Not even doing a shtick, it’s captivating. When they first announced it, I thought it would be some lame following them around documentary. Even though it’s Lavar, I still didn’t know how open they would be. But yowzas, they’re doing it. Let’s break … Continue reading “Ball In The Family” Is About To Run The Kardashians Off The Air

Navigating The Strange World That Is JR Smith’s Twitter Likes

It’s rare in the blogosphere that we get to write about things we’re truly passionate about. Often, blogs are confined to writing their reactions to a basketball game, or thoughts on a trade rumor. So when an opportunity to write about something you’re actually passionate about comes around, you jump on it. Maybe that thing you care about is race relations in America, or the … Continue reading Navigating The Strange World That Is JR Smith’s Twitter Likes

Song of the Day, August 28: Just Go Up x @RussDiemon

The beat is much more mid-June than late August, sure, but the song’s still playable for the next few weeks until Fall comes in. Russ is damn near too mainstream to be posting his songs here, but this song’s good enough to make the cut. There’s not a jump out line, or a part where you say “this is what makes this song great”, which … Continue reading Song of the Day, August 28: Just Go Up x @RussDiemon

Song of the Day, August 25th: Tripping x @BosnianCheese

95% of the reason this song’s on here is because his Twitter name is BosnianCheese. Don’t tell me what that means or why that’s it, because frankly I don’t want to know. But once I found that out, my hands wereThe other 5% of the reason we’ve got Emir’s track today is that it’s a solid song about not being able to walk or something, … Continue reading Song of the Day, August 25th: Tripping x @BosnianCheese

What Millennials Killed Last Week, With Some Help From @MGolicJR57

There’s no better feeling than someone coming up with ideas for you. Like I knew I needed to keep the “what are millennials killing this week” article up for this week, but hand up I dropped the ball. With no further ado, let’s go find out what we killed last week, via Mike Golic Jr’s Twitter feed. 1. You're welcome for killing the term Breastaurant. … Continue reading What Millennials Killed Last Week, With Some Help From @MGolicJR57

Song of the Day, August 19th: Bad Bitch x @RafaelCasal

Just wish the title didn’t have to be so harsh, is that so much to ask? That I can tell people the name of the song in public? That was Bobby Shmurda’s biggest issue. A big part of the population couldn’t say the name of his most famous song. It’s not a stretch to say that alone put him in prison. We got off track. … Continue reading Song of the Day, August 19th: Bad Bitch x @RafaelCasal