In what many thought would be a white wash of a series by the Boston Celtics after game one it was quite the opposite. The Milwaukee Bucks dominated the series since Game Two and never looked back.
While there are some possibilities all but decides, there are some outcomes that could go down to the wire come the end of the regular season. There are things such as /the MVP and the top seeds in each conference that needs to be decided.
After a few losses in the past week the Los Angeles Lakers are facing an uphill battle. After Tuesday morning’s loss to the Clippers, the Lakers have now fell 5.5 games outside of the Western Conference playoff spot as they currently occupy 10th place with a 30-34 record.
Last Wednesday night the game between the top-ranked Blue Devils and North Carolina Tar Heels started and ended in despair. Both Zion Williamson and Duke took a huge blow when Zion got injured which led to Duke losing the game.
Already considered legends of the game by many, Dallas Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki and Miami Heat guard Dwayne Wade have been given one last chance to appear in the NBA All-Star Game in Charlotte, North Carolina.
As we all know the Los Angeles Lakers once were a force to be reckoned with but in recent years they have been a shadow of what they once were. They have found it hard to find superstars which has been their biggest issue.
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.
For a long time, Michael Jordan has been seen as the greatest basketball player of all time, but that was until the likes of LeBron James entered the frame.
It was a record-breaking night for Stephen Curry in game two of the best of seven series as the Golden State Warriors point guard scored a stunning nine three-pointers in their 122-103 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers, helping his side take a 2-0 lead in the series.