versusreviews.comHow Much Do Each of the NBA Superstars Actually Fill Arenas?Each year, the NBA captivates millions of fans on television and in arenas throughout the country. For dedicated fan bases, attending a game is a testament to their undying commitment to the team. For casual fans, however, it can merely be a fun activity and a chance to see one of the stars play. Some …18
magazish.comMagic Johnson uncovers reality about LaVar Ball that we've suspected from the startUnendurable egotist or promoting virtuoso who’s subverting the predominant worldview with his extraordinary cases and $500 shoes? This is the thing that the games web has talked about endlessly for quite a long time about LaVar Ball, the most well known father in b-ball. Presently the father of best Lakers draft pick Lonzo Ball has …15
sfgate.comDeMarcus Cousins-to-Warriors feels like ideal marriageTwo weeks ago, when news surfaced that DeMarcus Cousins was signing with the Warriors, critics of the NBA seized the chance to bemoan the rich getting richer. Their frustration was understandable: More than three months before its season opener, Golden State had quashed even the faintest hope of something resembling competitive balance. All of that hysteria and hand-wringing, however, didn't make the sight of Cousins posing Thursday morning with his new No. 0 Warriors jersey any less strange. It was visual proof that Golden State had done the seemingly impossible, adding one of the most dominant big men in the world to a team fresh off its third NBA title in four years.
latimes.comLakers' latest comments show the mustard's off the hot dogThe Lakers franchise, dating to its days in Minneapolis, has won 16 banners. But he Lakers are not sitting at the top of the food chain. They’re scrambling close to the bottom. In the fight to lure LeBron James and Paul George, they need to emphasize it's a chance to return to greatness.1