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
These are players that were good enough to get drafted in the NBA but just did not pan out there. Most of these players make the list for who was drafted after them. the starters (top 5 busts) PG: Jimmer fredette Drafted Before: Klay Thompson, Kawhi Leonard, Morris Twins, Tobias Harris, Jimmy Butler The Naismith … Continue reading Create-A-Team: All-Time NBA Bust Team
This may be the most guard powered draft class ever. Two future Top 10 All-Time Players. The Greatest College Basketball Player ever. 6 All-Star players. Here is a break down of the draft. best player of the draft: stephen curry The 7th overall pick, seemed to have been over looked being the 3rd point guard … Continue reading The Most Underrated Draft Class of the 2000s: 2009
March Madness has arrived. Many people are wondering who will be crowned champion on April 8th. Well these NBA players know what is like to be the last one standing. Michael Jordan As a Tar Heel, Michael was a 2-time All-American, a Naismith Award winner, and Wooden Award winner. Jordan also had his number retired … Continue reading 5 Best NBA Players That Were NCAA Tournament Champions