Tag: NBA

David Stern had a huge impact on the NBA

David Stern, NBA Commissioner Emeritus passed away Wednesday, January 1st, 2020. Stern, aged 77, was the longest-serving commissioner of the league having spent 30 years at the position. Stern had suffered a brain injury nearly three weeks prior on December 12, and immediately went to emergency surgery. Stern’s […]

Will Zion live up to the hype, win ROTY?

Pelicans first overall pick, Zion Williamson was the most-hyped player entering the draft since Lebron James entered the league in 2003. Known for his unmatched athleticism, and high flying dunks, Williamson has drawn comparisons to “The King” himself, and Blake Griffin. All aspects of his game show he’s […]

Should “super-teams” be allowed in the NBA?

Justin Cruz, Senior Multimedia Journalism Student Over the years, there has been at least one super-team that makes the finals every year. Some of those teams include; the 1968-1969 Los Angeles Lakers (55-27), 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls (72-10), 1996-1997 Houston Rockets (57-25), 2007-2008 Boston Celtics (66-16), 2010-2011 Miami Heat […]