By Andrew Lawlor Some of the most iconic NBA playoff moments in history have come via isolation. Michael Jordan’s last shot against the Utah Jazz. Kyrie Irving’s clutch three-pointer against the Warriors. Damian Lillard’s game-winner last year over Paul George. Luka Doncic’s step back against the Clippers this year. When all the cards are down,Continue reading “Isolation Scoring in the Playoffs”
Ahead of the postseason, some of the Playgrounder’s staff members handed out some bubble hardware, made their postseason predictions, and laughed at a certain Eastern Conference ninth-seed who shall remain nameless.
It’s official, folks. A 2019-20 champion will be crowned. The NBA’s board of governors voted to approve the league’s return in Orlando, Florida starting July 31. Twenty-two squads in total (13 from the West, nine from the East) are slated to participate in eight regular season games, followed by a play-in tournament for the eightContinue reading “Predicting 3 breakout players for this NBA postseason”