1. 1996-2010: Kobe Bryant's 25 Greatest Games In The NBA

    In his 15 year career Kobe Bryant has averaged 25.3 points on 45 percent shooting, but he has had some good games, some really good games. In my last story I wrote about Kobe's worst games of 2010...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 6,325 reads 48 comments

  2. Kobe Bryant's 12 Worst Games of 2010

    2010 is coming to an end and we now review Kobe Bryant's 12 worst games of 2010. With a veritable plethora of bad games to choose from (especially shooting wise), it was fun to see just how bad the wannabe GOAT really was...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 7,324 reads 94 comments

  3. Mi Barrio: Top 16 Hispanic NBA Players

    The definition of Hispanic is: of, relating to, or being a person of Latin American descent. Hispanic is NOT a race! Hispanic is more of an ethnic identity that originally came from Spain...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 17,978 reads 17 comments

  4. Top 100 Big Men Who Couldn't Stop Michael Jordan From Scoring

    How did Michael Jordan average 30.1 points for his entire career? He scored on everyone, especially big and tough defenders, who were 6'7" and over. This is a list of guys from 1984 to 2003 that the GOAT scored on...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 625 reads 6 comments

  5. NBA Rankings: The 50 Greatest Players and 50 Biggest Cities

    The 2010 Census is over and the bureau has released new numbers which tabulate the population of the largest cities in the U.S...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 1,408 reads 8 comments

  6. Kobe Bryant Vs Michael Jordan: Season By Season Points Per Game!!!

    Kobe Bryant scored 9 points on 3/11 shooting on Friday night vs. the Philadelphia 76ers. He is shooting 44% on the season and 45% for his career, with a career high fg% for a season of only 46...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 3,413 reads 27 comments

  7. Kobe Bryant vs. Michael Jordan: Season By Season Rebounds

    In this installment of Kobe vs Mike I compare two of the best rebounding guards ever. Maybe it was their size - MJ 6'5" KB 6'6" - or strength or determination...but they rebounded; which I cannot say for Reggie Miller or Ray Allen...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 2,653 reads 84 comments

  8. Kobe Bryant vs. Michael Jordan: Assists Comparison Season By Season

    Here we are again. After 15 seasons in the NBA Jordan retired at age 40. Of course, there were a couple retirements and comebacks in-between...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 1,629 reads 117 comments

  9. All-Time NBA First Team Through Fifth Team: Legends

    Through the 64 years of NBA action there have been thousands of pro players, and every year the NBA names an All-NBA First and Second Team. This list goes to All-NBA Team Five, including 60 of the greatest players ever...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 688 reads 8 comments

  10. Kobe Bryant vs. Michael Jordan: Season-By-Season Defensive Comparison

    Why he has his tongue out I will never know, but Kobe is in the midst of his 15th season and I do know many people have considered one of the best defensive guards in that time...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 648 reads 126 comments

  11. Kobe Bryant vs. Michael Jordan: Season By Season Fg%

    The Lakers are 16-6 and making a run for the 70 win mark...ok, maybe not, but Kobe Bryant is in his 15th season, and his shooting has been a point of discussion lately...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 5,104 reads 246 comments

  12. NBA: 2010-11's Biggest Team Surprises and Disappointments: So Far

    Before the 2010-11 season began I predicted all 82 games for every single team, game by game. It was fun to attempt to predict the season. Here, I show where I predicted the teams would be, at this point, and what really happened...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 927 reads 15 comments

  13. NBA Greats on Defense: Mason, Jordan and the Defenders of a Bygone Tough Era

    While commenting on a story about the top 25 leapers in today's NBA, I was urged to watch a Derrick Rose video of his top 10 dunks. The little guy has some awesome hops...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 1,469 reads 11 comments

  14. NBA Year-By-Year Scoring Leaders: 65 Years of Points Per Game, Part 2

    In the 65 years of the NBA there have been some amazing scorers, and the best of them all are etched in time as the league leader in points per game. In Part 1, I reviewed 1947 to 1995...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 1,833 reads 8 comments

  15. NBA Year-By-Year Scoring Leaders: 65 Years Of Points Per Game, Part 1

    Since 1946-47, when "Jumpin" Joe Fulks led the league in scoring, the NBA has always inevitably had a guy who scored so well each season that his name is etched in history as an NBA scoring leader...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 1,655 reads 2 comments

  16. Chicago Bulls History: Looking at the 10 Losses of the Only 70+ Win Team Ever

    The Lakers are 13-6 and the Heat are 12-8. Yawn... Let's look at the only NBA team ever to win 70 games (72-10 actually!); the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls; with their leader; the GOAT...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 17,855 reads 6 comments

  17. Ray Allen and the Most Efficient Scorers Per Shot Taken in NBA History

    Out of the 58 players who have ever averaged 20 points per game or more for their career; 21 of them stand out because of their efficiency at scoring per shot taken. These 21 guys are the cream of the NBA crop at making each shot count...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 679 reads 19 comments

  18. The Greatest NBA Blocked Shot Artists Ever: Minute By Minute

    Before you read this story it is important to realize that blocked shot stats were not kept before 1974 and therefore the two greatest shot-blockers are not on the list: Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 3,023 reads 20 comments

  19. Blake Griffin Joins Exclusive Company: NBA Legends

    I have compiled many greatest-ever lists. I base these lists on career statistics, championships and production per minute. Many of these lists are considered controversial and several B/R readers claim I choose my favorites to compile my lists...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 2,057 reads 14 comments

  20. Darko Milicic's 16 Greatest Games As a Pro...So Far

    Darko Milicic has been looked down upon as a pro because he failed to meet whatever expectations people had of him after he was picked No. 2 overall in 2003. The high expectations have made Darko almost a household name...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 2,109 reads 13 comments

  21. NBA's 12 Greatest Stealers Ever, Based on Swipes Per Minute

    Keeping his eyes on the ball (above) is defensive mastermind of the 1980's and 1990's Alvin Robertson. NOTE: STEALS HAVE ONLY BEEN KEPT SINCE 1973-74 SO, SORRY OLD SCHOOL!!! Big ...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 5,388 reads 16 comments

  22. 20 Greatest NBA Rebounders Ever: Minute by Minute

    Seeing Kevin Love grab over 30 rebounds the other night inspired me to continue on with my minute-by-minute list. When I compile an all-time list, I acquire the per minute production number...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 19,498 reads 12 comments

  23. The Most Prolific Assist Men in NBA History: Minute By Minute

    To avoid any arguments I always go by per minute production when compiling an all-time list. In my points per minute story I showed how Michael Jordan has the highest points per minute than any player in NBA history; with ...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 326 reads 12 comments

  24. NBA Power Rankings: Michael Jordan's Top 10 Scoring Seasons

    Michael Jordan finished his 15-year career with an astronomical scoring average of 30.14 points per game. This is the highest scoring average in NBA history. This story goes by points-per-game in each of Jordan's top-10 scoring seasons...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 8,558 reads 7 comments

  25. NBA Rankings: Michael Jordan And The Best NBA Scorers Ever: Minute By Minute

    I recently read a good story on the greatest scorers in NBA history, but it was one man's opinion obviously. There is an easy way to name the actual best scorers in NBA history. There have been only 59 players in NBA who average(d) 20...

    Ike Montalbo Written by Ike Montalbo about over 3 years ago 3,524 reads 20 comments