The Bucks have long known that this offseason would be their inflection point. Jimmy Butler and the Heat may have just altered the trajectory it takes.
(Associated Press pool photo by Kevin C. Cox) By Rob Shaw From what’s been reported, the Milwaukee Bucks’ decision to sit out their first-round playoff game in protest came a little before tip-off. Their opponent, the Orlando Magic, followed suit. This set off a chain reaction throughout the NBA, and all games were postponed on Continue reading “A Step Toward Change”
The Philadelphia 76ers are gone, swept away by a tempest of green and white, taken their place among the NBA’s departed. But now, as we’re forced to say a far-too-early goodbye, it’s hard to feel anything but lament.
For the Miami Heat to be up 2-0 in a playoff series early speaks volumes as to what kind of team they are. Despite their inexperience, this team comes out and competes on a nightly basis no matter who is in front of them. One guy who deserves a lot of credit for the Heat’sContinue reading “Guest Post: Nick Andre on Jimmy Butler’s Leadership”