The Golden State Warriors were considered as championship contenders prior to the start of the 2013-2014 season. However, soon after the start of the season they didn’t seem to be as dangerous as initially projected. After a not so great first half of the season the Dubs managed to bounce back in the second half of the season and they are now considered as one of the most … [Read more...] about How dangerous can the Golden State Warriors be in the playoffs?
The Golden State Warriors started the 2013-2014 season rather slow. After going 14-13 until mid-December, the Dubs have won their last eight game and they have set route for even greater things to come. The truth is that prior to the start of the season, the Warriors were considered as one of the most powerful teams in the West. However, their beginning wasn't as good as all … [Read more...] about Are The Golden State Warriors A Favorite To Win The Title In The West?
When Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor named David Kahn the president of basketball operations, he expected to have a playoff-contending team by now. Instead, in his four years on the job he has made more trades than times Dwight Howard has changed his mind about being traded, drafted more point guards than an apartment complex could support, and traded away more draft … [Read more...] about The ‘David Kahn’ Era
On paper, the Golden State Warriors don't appear to be that far off from competing for a spot in the Western Conference Playoffs. Adding a couple pieces this off-season and getting Stephen Curry, Andrew Bogut, and David Lee 100% healthy will certainly be crucial if Mark Jackson's team is going to take that next step. … [Read more...] about Getting healthy an off-season must for Golden State Warriors
Like we are currently seeing in the NFL, the 2011 NBA off-season is up in the air with a lockout looming. Free agency could be delayed and completely restructured depending on the new agreement reached by the owners and players. Still, The Sports Bank continues to break down all thirty NBA teams to see what areas they need to address in the off-season. The Golden State … [Read more...] about Golden State Warriors Have Solid Foundation But Still Face Critical Off-Season
By Paul M. Banks In recent years, we have seen how drafting a point guard can help change the face of an NBA franchise. Think of the impact Chris Paul has had on the Hornets, Deron Williams in Utah, Rajon Rando with the Celtics, or just this past year, what Derrick Rose brought to the Bulls. And the crop of point guard prospects in this past draft was the deepest of this … [Read more...] about Difference Between Point Guard and Floor General
by: David Kay All your NBA Draft needs including my Final Mock Draft, prospect profiles, position rankings, and NBA team off-season needs are just a click away. 1. L.A. Clippers- Blake Griffin, PF, Oklahoma, 6-10, So. Poor Blake Griffin. This has to be the worst case scenario for him. The Clips are a destination where players just do not thrive. They already have some … [Read more...] about FINAL 2009 NBA MOCK DRAFT
By Paul M. Banks and David Kay Every Cinderella needs a Prince Charming. So when Davidson made their run to the Elite Eight in the 2008 NCAA Tournament, Stephen Curry ended up with control of the glass slipper. The baby-faced son of former NBA sharp-shooter Dell Curry became a media darling with his humble attitude, amazing scoring ability, and clutch play while in the … [Read more...] about Stephen Curry and the Knicks: Destiny?