In March of 2010, I wrote my first article for Bleacher Report, back when anyone could do so on a whim. Now, I'm an NBA Lead Writer for one of the biggest sports websites in America. The times, they are a-changin'.
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Josh, you show that the Grizzlies were ranked 3th last week on your power rankings. What is 3th????
You should take a look at this. I took my NBA poster from 1995 and updated with 2015 equivalents. I am just trying to share it with the world.
You should include the records with all the teams in the NBA Power Rankings. I know ESPN does that, and it's nice to see their record while looking at your rankings.
I like your writing style!
Josh, what about Utah? They showed something during the exhibition season. I'd put them over the Bucks and Twolves.
Pretty sure you're the biggest joke of a sports writer I have ever seen, "one of the biggest sports sites in America" sir this is bleacher report not ESPN. You constantly write more of your opinion than facts, half of these comments call you out on your misleading information and fallacies. Work on being unbiased and maybe your articles would have a worth. You make opinions on players, coaches, and teams you weren't even alive to watch. Obviously a sad excuse of a writer when you need to google half of the things you write about...
STOP WRITING MISLEADING ARTICLES ! PUTTING KOBE OVER LEBRON IS PARALLEL TO PUTTING RUSSELL OVER JORDAN ! BUT I KNOW YOUR A KOBE FAN SO OF COURSE YOU WOULD DARE TO MAKE SUCH A COMPARISON.
Josh, you need to double check your history books. Pop and the Spurs beat Phil and the Lakers 4-2 in round two of the '03 playoffs.
you shouldn't write power rankings.
Hey Josh, I've been looking through the archives and noticed a couple of inaccuracies in one of your articles. In the article titled 'Jason Collins comes out as gay: A timeline of homosexuality in sports', you mention that Ian Roberts was a rugby union but he was actually a RUGBY LEAGUE player (completely different sports). He was the complete contradiction of the ridiculous stereotypes of gay athlete/people. He was an enforcer, the equivalent of a 'goon' in hockey. Also you wrote that Justin Fashanu was the first £1million English Footballer, he wasn't that was actually his team-mate Trevor Francis a couple of years earlier.
I apologise for being so beligerent, if that is the correct word to use. I just thought a good journalist would like to know when they have made an error.
I very much enjoy your work. Keep up the good work.