By Paul M. Banks and David Kay The word “domination” doesn't do justice to the level of damage Blake Griffin inflicted upon opposing teams this past season. The National Player of the Year averaged 22.7 points and 14.4 rebounds per game while shooting a ridiculous 65% from the field, most of those baskets coming on dunks, lay-ups, or putbacks since few defenders matched his … [Read more...] about How Dominating Can Blake Griffin Become?
By Brandon Robinson With the current recession, it is going to be difficult for a lot of Americans—even for those working with NBA basketball. At least as far as making money they were accustomed to making a few years ago. Additionally, the biggest effect will be on team revenue. “If you think about it, it's one big cycle. The recession affects the fans, who will spend less … [Read more...] about The Economics of Basketball