Here is a list of the 100 greatest players in NBA history based on a mathematical formula.
The NBA GOAT (Greatest of All Time) Series continues with numbers 30 down to number 21!
Another NBA Season is upon us so Josh and I sat down after all of the work of the previous week to make some predictions on how this season will play out. Who wins MVP? Who is Most Improved? and of course, who hoists the Larry O’Brien when it’s all said and done.
Will the Champs Repeat? – After winning the title in 2015 the Warriors learned the following year that repeating in this league is not easy. After losing in 2016 the Warriors went out and recruited the (arguably) second best player in the league and climbed back to the mountain top. They know this time that they can’t get comfortable but while they were coasting to the title the other teams in the West were plotting their moves and the result is about the wildest offseason we’ve had in years. We now have a big 3 in OKC, the Wolves, Nuggets, and Rockets all made huge moves in the offseason, and people seem to have forgotten about the Blazers and Spurs. Getting through the West will be no easy task on it’s own before they even get to see the Eastern Conference Champion.
*Last updated 8/01/17 at 6:30 PM* Signings New Place Gordon Hayward – Signs with the Celtics: 4 years, $128 million Paul Millsap – Signs with the Nuggets: 3 years, $90 million JJ Redick – Signs with the 76ers: 1 year, $23 million Danilo Gallinari – Signs with the Clippers: 3 years, $65 million (after being traded) Jeff Teague – Signs with the Wolves: 3…