We are roughly 1/8th through the season and there is a lot of basketball left to be played. There are a lot of stories yet to play out and it is way too early to predict anything. Well, except maybe the Warriors winning another title. That said, there is a good enough sample size out there now that we think we know a little something about this league and we think there are some great value plays still on the board. Let’s take a look at our favorites for November.
The Warriors won game two against the Jazz handily last night. It was a classic Warriors win. Kevin Durant scored 25 points with 11 rebounds and seven assists. Stephen Curry had 23 points and seven assists. Draymond Green was maybe the player of the game with 21 points, seven rebounds, six assists, four steals and … Read moreWarriors keep winning, but not for bettors
In the first quarter of Sunday’s game one between the Boston Celtics and Washington Wizards, Markieff Morris went straight up in the air and when he came down he landed on Al Horford‘s foot. Morris then missed the rest of the game and the Celtics rolled. Coincidence? Morris isn’t quite so sure. In a post-game … Read moreMarkieff Morris is not happy and the Wizards are going to win
I am a strong believer that the best team with the best player wins in a playoff series. There are always exceptions, but more often than not the team with the best players win a playoff series. Coaching matters, but not as much as talent. This is why in our series preview that I picked … Read moreCan Mike D’Antoni’s Rockets overcome Greg Popovich’s Spurs?
The Boston Celtics were the top seed in the Eastern Conference, but a week ago we thought they were done. Everyone thought they were done. The real life trauma of Isaiah Thomas didn’t help and Rajon Rondo stepping into the rejuvenation machine to shut him down definitely didn’t help. The Bulls being a better rebounding … Read moreThe incredible Celtics-Bulls series