Sure, the Suns have proven time and time again, they are trying to leave the NBA. But, the Knicks are just very very bad. It all started when they traded for Carmelo and washed up Chauncey Billups for Wilson Chandler, Timofey Mozgov, Danilo Gallinari, and a pick that would end up being Dario Saric. Melo … Continue reading New York Knicks: The Worst NBA Franchise Right Now
So, I went on a trip to Toronto over Memorial Day weekend. It just so happen, the Bucks and Raptors were playing in the Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals. (FYI: Top live event I've been to in my 16 year old life and includes two Big Ten Championship game victories for Michigan State, … Continue reading How Fred VanVleet Has Become My Favorite Player in the NBA
I was 9 years old when Draymond Green was drafted with the 35th overall pick by the Golden State Warriors. I've been a Michigan State fan out of the womb. My father is a Michigan State graduate and he's taught me what it's like to be a Spartan fan. Draymond is the first good Michigan … Continue reading Why My Favorite Player is Draymond Green in 2019?
Last night, the Bucks defeated the Celtics to cap off the end of a disappointing season. Going into the season, people saw the team being favorite to come out of the Eastern Conference. I was one of those people. Too bad for the team chemistry issues and drama surrounding the team. With this team, there … Continue reading What’s Happening Next for the Boston Celtics
Today, as I was in school, when comparing players to other great players with my friends, I feel like Kawhi Leonard plays exactly like Michael Jordan. Sure, he may not have as many rings. Sure, he hasn't been regarded as the best ever. But, when watching highlights of both the players, Michael was a master … Continue reading Kawhi Leonard: The Best Comparison to Michael Jordan in the NBA Right Now
I know people out there right now are wondering, "Why are you talking about the offseason, Carson? The playoffs are still going. The Warriors and Rockets are playing. There's plenty of content to make before the offseason begins." Well, I just have this in mind. These are the most looked into questions going into the … Continue reading Top Questions Needing Answers Heading into the 2019 NBA Offseason
Not necessarily the most interesting basketball games compared to the first two days of the NCAA Tournament. But, that's not what's supposed to happen. I'm writing this as the Rockets and Jazz are just getting started. I'd say their has only been two really entertaining games thus far. Read further to check which two I … Continue reading Quick Reactions to the Game Ones of Round One
Be on the look out for lists to drop talking about the upcoming stars. I think there are great things ahead here on The Quarterblogger. Hang on tight.
If this seems a little different, it's because I won't break it down by position. These are, straight up, the 15 best players in the league right now based on this seasons stats and their effect to their team. First team (5 Best players) Giannis Antetokounmpo To me, he is the best player in the … Continue reading The Quarterblogger’s All-NBA Teams: Pre-2019 Playoffs
I'm a true believer in teams either tanking or going for a title. The Pistons could not decide what to do. The Pistons have the front court to make a run in the playoffs but hardly any true support from the backcourt. I would 100% not have trust in Reggie Jackson or Wayne Ellington to … Continue reading Why the Pistons Ruined Their Season at the Deadline