On Pardon The Interruption yesterday, a universal truth was verbalized on the hallowed airwaves of ESPN: Oklahoma City is making the playoffs. Though our own Daniel Zimmermann conjectured that Phoenix … Continue Reading The Most Dangerous 8-Seed of All Time?: OKC’s Playoff Chances
After a ridiculous trade deadline, where over 30 players and 5 first round draft choices were traded, the NBA’s playoff battle finds itself in an interesting and sure to be … Continue Reading Conference Eighth Seed Races Heat Up After Trade Deadline
What a great NBA season so far. At this point in the season, we really start to figure out what each team is all about. As we near the … Continue Reading NBA Playoff Order Predictions at Season’s Midpoint
The Miami Heat made a lot of headlines this summer in some bad ways, highlighted by their disappointing loss in the NBA Finals and losing LeBron James in free agency. … Continue Reading Don’t Count The Heat Out As Contenders
What makes a franchise player? A franchise player is not simply the best player (although usually he is). He is the player that a team can build around. He is … Continue Reading Power Ranking Each NBA Team’s Franchise Player
The East 1. The Cleveland Cavaliers Upon the acquiring Lebron James, The Cavs looked to be this year’s “worst to first” contender. Even with the King though, Cleveland still had … Continue Reading The Knucklehead Report: NBA Playoff Predictions and Sleeper Teams for the 2014-2015 Season
As of now, what will the playoff picture look like in 2015? Some major changes from last year are on the cusp. East After the decision by Lebron, the East will … Continue Reading Post-“Decision” 2015 NBA Playoff Order Predictions
The picture below was the Spurs motive for the NBA Finals.What everybody is wondering is how? How does an organization build a team like the San Antonio Spurs. A team … Continue Reading Decades of Dominance: What it takes to build a team like the San Antonio Spurs
Relentlessly hustling, attacking the paint, finding the open man, and communicating. Each of these objectives are crucial to winning a title in the National Basketball Association. And the San Antonio … Continue Reading The Knucklehead Report: Revenge is a Dish Best Served Cold
The NBA world learned a lot from Game 3. The Spurs blew out the Heat 111-92 in Miami. What is so interesting about this game is that the Spurs basically … Continue Reading NBA Finals: What happened in Game 3?
Collectively, the road 2014 NBA Finals has not only taught us a lot about the state of the league and the players in it, but has raised our expectations as … Continue Reading The Knucklehead Report: What to Expect if… (The NBA Finals Edition)
10. Klay Thompson’s stairs to heaven over Big Baby You may be a little shocked at this dunk. Who knew Klay Thompson could elevate? The splash brother took it to … Continue Reading Top 10 plays of the First Round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs
Indiana Pacers head coach Frank Vogel has recently been put on the hot seat.
Lets start out in the Western Conference: No. 1 Spurs vs. No. 8 Grizzlies
With the regular season coming to a close tomorrow and the playoffs starting on Saturday, ISH NBA writers Hank Stichter and Daniel Zimmermann give their predictions for the NBA regular … Continue Reading NBA Awards Predictions
Lance Stephenson has had a very up and down career. From being the all time leader in points scored in New York state high school basketball, to being … Continue Reading The Story Of Lance Stephenson