Westbrook and Rockets Make it Official

The Houston Rockets and Russell Westbrook made it official on Friday afternoon during a press conference from the Toyota Center in Houston. Russell Westbrook talks about playing with James Harden and how hard James pushed to get Westbrook on the Houston Rockets. He also explains how he’s a nice guy despite being so competitive and fiery on the court. Advertisements Continue reading Westbrook and Rockets Make it Official

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Harden, Westbrook Reunited & it Feels so Good

By Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper The craziest free agency season in the NBA just got crazier. Chalk this up as a stunner.   Reports in the offseason that Houston Rockets’ stars James Harden and Chris Paul were not getting along may have been justified as the Rockets have shipped the 34-year-old Paul to the Oklahoma City Thunder for Russell Westbrook along with 2024, 2026 first-round … Continue reading Harden, Westbrook Reunited & it Feels so Good

Russell Westbrook and Jimmy Butler in Miami is a Real Possibility

The moment Kawhi Leonard orchestrated the greatest Coup d’état since Hall, Nash and Hogan, by luring Paul George to Clip Nation, speculation immediately began that Russell Westbrook would look for an exit from OKC as well. Westbrook, who will be 31 in November, knows his best playing days are numbered and Oklahoma City won’t be contending for anything beyond a local chili cook-off. George’s departure … Continue reading Russell Westbrook and Jimmy Butler in Miami is a Real Possibility

Kyrie wants Nets over Knicks

On ESPN’s First Take, Stephen A. Smith reveals information he learned that Kyrie Irving is giving “every indication” that he wants to go to the Brooklyn Nets instead of the New York Knicks in 2019 NBA free agency, leaving Kevin Durant with a choice of either going to the Knicks with Kemba Walker, joining Kyrie in Brooklyn, or staying with the Golden State Warriors. But … Continue reading Kyrie wants Nets over Knicks

A Degenerates Guide to the 2019 NBA Finals

Most are saying it’s one of the biggest mismatches in NBA Finals history. The Golden State Warriors are looking to for their third consecutive championship (first since the Lakers did it in 2000-02) and fourth in five years.  By @thechadcooper At least it’s a new opponent for the Warriors and not LeBron and the Cavaliers. It’s the first time the Raptors have played in the … Continue reading A Degenerates Guide to the 2019 NBA Finals