To understand the dynamics of current NBA teams, we have to travel back in time. The year 2008 was the inception of the “Super Team” era in the NBA. The Boston Celtics were the originators of this trend when they added Kevin Garnett to their already strong team, led by Paul Pierce and Rajon Rondo. Soon after, NBA teams began constructing their own teams in order to try and compete. The next team that quickly took the reign of the "Super Team" label was the Miami Heat.
The Golden Knights were bestowed upon us from the heavens around Thanksgiving 2016, cementing Thanksgiving as the best holiday ever (don't @ me), and since that day, my brother and I pledged to be Golden Knights fans through thick and thin.
In this blog, I’m going to be highlighting the best and worst jerseys of the teams in the NBA Playoffs and how each team should perform on the court in relation to how fire their jerseys are. Now before I get all of you up in my mentions about the jerseys I chose to critique, I want to point out that I chose what I think is the coolest jersey they team has. So each team is being graded on what I believe to be their strongest jersey. Also, it’s important to remember that subjective opinions can’t be wrong or right, except mine… mine are always correct and if you agree with me great; if not, you’re wrong.
I’d like to think Villanova’s title run was quietly set up for success based on what transpired during the first round of the NCAA tournament....
2018’s receiving class is scattered with different types of receivers. There are deep threat receivers who blow defenses with their speed, precision route runners, contested catchers and red zone monsters. I will breakdown the following draft prospects based on these qualities.