To get anywhere interesting in the discussion about James Harden‘s place in NBA history, you have to accept the idea that “best” isn’t a fixed descriptor. It’s a mantle that changes hands all the time as the game advances. Continue reading He’s reaching offensive heights even MJ and Kobe didn’t
The Beard has the richest contract in NBA history.
This NBA season has a chance to be truly historic. And no, it’s not because of that superteam with the potential to rip off a 50-game winning streak, or because LeBron James appears headed to a seventh-consecutive trip to the NBA Finals. It could be one of the most historic seasons because five records are potentially in jeopardy this year—several of which may not have even been on your radar.
Only 43 games into his rookie season, we’ve learned that Kristaps Porzingis can light up opponents just as easily as he can light up a cash register.
For months, the race for the NBA’s most valuable player award has been misreported.
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry has been anointed the favorite to win MVP based on being the proverbial “best player on the best team.” That’s an accurate description, certainly, but also one that sells Curry short.
Call James Harden the “Iron Chef of Houston,” because when he’s cooking, the Houston Rockets (47-23) can’t be stopped.