The off-season for the NBA has been extremely busy and a rather shocking one. There have had been trades and free agent players that have made moves which have changed the entire NBA.
On Monday night the biggest match of both the Golden State Warriors and the Toronto Raptors season took place. This was a do or die clash that had it all from Kevin Durant returning, to the splash brothers letting loose and the Raptors choking.
The Toronto Raptors achieved nearly the impossible in game four of the NBA Finals and that was by beating the Golden State Warriors twice at home.
On Wednesday night the Golden State Warriors suffered a few major blows at Oracle Arena in game three. Steve Kerr made a big decision to be precautionary with Klay Thompson by not playing him and this proved costly.
The Golden State Warriors and defending champions stuttered in Game One of the NBA Championship Final. Leading up to game two they were low on confidence.
On Tuesday night the NBA Western Conference Finals game one took place between the Golden State Warriors and the Portland Trail Blazers. It was sure to be a hotly contested match as both teams were in great form and to add fuel to the rivalry there were brothers on either side.
The 2019 NBA All-Star weekend has arrived, and it promises to be the best one yet with plenty of entertainment. The weekend is jammed packed starting the Friday with the Celebrity Game and the Rising Stars Challenge.
Who is the best small forward in the league is a question that is frequently asked. Of course, as many would predict this list potentially consists of some of the best NBA players of all time.