It’s likely something you don’t think about much, but numbers are all around you every day in your daily life. Even the days of the months and the time we base on our daily schedules are composed of numbers; it’s fair to argue this world is a numerical one. That’s enough fuel to kickstart another […]Read more "The Numerology Behind LeBron’s Numerical Change"
It’s easy to say, and is often repeated verbatim, that this Finals was the “passing of the torch” between the ’80s and the ’90s. It’s hard to disagree, even when this sentiment is used mostly to prop up the beginning of Michael Jordan’s current demigod status. Before this, the Bulls franchise had never even been […]Read more "Game Film: 1991 NBA Finals"
Earlier in the month, LeBron left Cleveland a second time, announcing he would sign with the Lakers on the first night of free agency before signing the official four-year, $154 million dollar contract on July 9th. The fourth year has a player option, but he’ll be 36 by then, and that year he’ll be making […]Read more "LeBron’s Lakers"
It’s been a productive summer for the NBA. Three of the oldest and most marketable franchises got the top three draft picks, superstars were traded and signed, and one rookie in particular has created a large amount of buzz in a relatively short amount of time in the City of Angels. Lonzo Ball, the 6’6″ […]Read more "The Lake Show Starring Lonzo Ball"