Who Is The G.O.A.T.?

G.O.A.T. is a label being thrown around quite a bit these days. I think we all need to stop and think about what it means.

LeBron James’ greatness is on full display as we speak, and we are currently awaiting the start of the NBA Conference Finals. If LeBron makes another trip to the NBA Finals, that would be eight¬†straight trips, something that hasn’t been accomplished in over 50 years! And, don’t look now folks, but he currently sits fifth on the all-time scorers list (31,038), and only 1,254 points behind many hoop heads’ all-time great Michael Jordan (and LeBron still hasn’t even retired, taken ownership of a team, and returned to play for them yet. Yikes!). He is showing no signs of slowing down, possibly playing the best ball of his career in his 15th season, and with an average of at or around 2,000 points per, it’s safe to say next season he will surpass the immortal MJ on this list, and begin nipping at the heels of Kobe Bryant, who sits third.

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Team LeBron Vs. Team Steph: The (Un)Official Draft Order of the 2018 NBA All-Star Game

Who did Lebron pick first? When was your favorite player picked? Only I have the answers!

The NBA All-Star game wasn’t always a joke. Sure, for a few quarters here and there, the two teams would take turns dunking on each other. But it also provided us with some great memories. Like Shaq dunking on David Robinson in his hometown (the host city was San Antonio) in 1996. Magic Johnson making a comeback to the court after being diagnosed with HIV in 1992 was also memorable. It was a chance for the fans to see the best players in the NBA all at once, in a game that could previously only be imagined.

Recently though, the competition hasn’t been there. The games have looked more like shootarounds, with teams lining up to the dunk the ball or hoist up a three against zero defense, and scores nearing a ridiculous 200 points.¬† This year, the NBA made an effort to change this, and spark a competitive fire under the butts of the players, by allowing two team captains to choose their teammates from a pool of 22 other All-Stars, playground style. Continue reading “Team LeBron Vs. Team Steph: The (Un)Official Draft Order of the 2018 NBA All-Star Game”