After an electric start to the season, it is time to re-calibrate (again) what we think about the NBA, teams and players. While some things seem to be going the way we expected, there are more surprises than ever before. Let’s try to look at some more trends that showed this past week and that may continue for the rest of the season.
The NBA is known for its volatility, whether it be teams, players, or styles — so how do you keep up with it? There are always games to watch, podcasts to listen to and articles to read, and I will try to summarize everything we saw in the previous week in one place. For this week, I want to set the bar on some of the most interesting stories that have transpired so far.
Well. the Grizzlies have been able to put together about 5 good quarters out of 8. Can the Grizzlies put together a full 4 in today’s matchup with the Nets?
The Grizzlies took an L in the season opener on the road in Miami. Here are 5-takeaways from the start of a new era.
This year’s NBA Eastern Conference predictions are coming at you courtesy of Reddit user ZandrickEllison. Enjoy!
The 2019-20 NBA season has kicked off with a bang. See where you should expect every team in the uber competitive Western Conference to land at the end of the season.
Courtesy of Reddit user Zandrick Ellison.
The 2019-20 NBA season is upon us and The BarnBurner hoops writers have assembled to provide their preseason NBA awards predictions.
With all the top 100 lists recently hitting the shelves, what you really need to know are the lesser known pros who can make or break your team’s roster.
Overlooked reason on why Carmelo Anthony isn’t on a team: bench Players tend to have clear strengths and playing styles. (Which he doesn’t).
After a summer full of weddings and adventures, the whole Backdoor Cut Crew (Sam, Mason, Rich, and Zak) is back together again. The crew discusses Grizzlies news surrounding Taylor Jenkins’ shoring up of his coaching staff, Dwight Howard talking to LA, the presence of various Grizzlies in the FIBA World Cup, and why $2 is better than no $.