1. Miami Heat: It's Time for Erik Spoelstra to Step Down

    Before I begin, there is something I need to confess—I haven't watched every single Miami Heat game this season, and I certainly haven't kept myself updated with all the figures and stats...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about over 2 years ago 971 reads 5 comments

  2. Jeremy Lin's Success: An Analysis

    Jeremy Lin, the new sensation everyone is talking about. But is he really as good as people make him out to be? Objectively, I truly believe the whole hype about Jeremy Lin is due in no small part to the attention-seeking media outlets in US...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about over 2 years ago 565 reads 3 comments

  3. NBA Style: Top 10 Streaky Shooters

    Streaky shooters, you either love them or hate them. Or both. These shooters can be sizzling hot when they catch fire, but when they are cold, you just sit and watch in frustration...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about 3 years ago 2,451 reads 3 comments

  4. NBA Favors Celtics: Changes the Game From Exciting To Disgusting

    Ever since Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and Paul Pierce teamed up together in Boston, the NBA has been changed. At least in recent memory. But somehow, the NBA loves them. They are endorsed by those who run the league and everything goes towards them...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about almost 4 years ago 1,781 reads 44 comments

  5. 21st Century: The Age of Athletic Legends

    Ever since sports were invented, great athletes have come and gone. Some left their marks on the grandest stages, some left their marks on paper. But one thing is sure: we have truly seen some fantastic athletes over the years...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about 5 years ago 1,155 reads 2 comments

  6. NBA Style - 10 Players You Don't Want to Play Horse Against

    The NBA has too many world class basketball players to tell specifically who's better than who. But in games, we have seen some players consistently hit shots that other players rarely make, or even attempt...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about 5 years ago 1,003 reads 14 comments

  7. NBA Style - Top 10 Ferocious Dunkers

    As dunks have become more and more fashionable, different players have interpreted the art of dunking differently. Some like to dunk one-handed, some likes to dunk two-handed...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about 5 years ago 1,560 reads 15 comments

  8. Cleveland Cavaliers: Defining The Art Of Basketball

    As the sport of basketball becomes more commercialized, playing and watching basketball has become a form of entertainment comparable to a movie...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about over 5 years ago 474 reads 1 comments

  9. Five Most Inconsistent Calls in NBA

    As the 2009 NBA Playoffs continue, referees are faced with the pressure of trying to make the right calls all the time. However, basketball, as simply as it seems at times, can be extremely controversial when it comes to officiating...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about over 5 years ago 449 reads 7 comments

  10. Ejected on Consecutive Games: Does NBA Hate Ron Artest?

    As the NBA Playoffs become more and more physical, technical and flagrant fouls are seemingly given out in every single game. The most notable series of all, perhaps, is the Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Lakers series...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about over 5 years ago 331 reads 1 comments

  11. Sasha Vujacic Re-Signs as Los Angeles Lakers Keep Playoff Formula

    After much anticipation, the Lakers finally re-signed role player Sasha Vujacic to a three-year, $15 million contract. Just days before this extension, Vujacic was rumoured to play in Europe, following the trails of Josh Childress and other NBA players..

    David Wang Written by David Wang about 6 years ago 1,381 reads 0 comments

  12. Should Derrick Rose and Michael Beasley Have Switched Spots in the NBA Draft?

    A month after the 2008 draft, the exhibition games are over, the Summer League's over, and the offseason is coming to an end. Now we turn our heads back and realize—maybe Derrick Rose and Michael Beasley should have swapped places in the draft...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about over 6 years ago 1,640 reads 8 comments

  13. Golden State Warriors Lose Leader, Gain Future

    The off-season is well underway, and people are moving. The biggest names that were offered to the market this year include the Los Angeles Clippers big man Elton Brand; Washington Wizards Agent ...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about over 6 years ago 1,640 reads 4 comments

  14. Monta Ellis: Key to Warriors' Success?

    The Golden State Warriors are doing well so far this season and Monta Ellis is all smiles.Under the lead of Baron Davis and Stephen Jackson, the Warriors are currently in eighth place in the tightly contended Western Conference...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about almost 7 years ago 1,441 reads 1 comments

  15. Kobe for MVP: Could New-found Unselfishness Mean His Time Has Finally Come?

    Everyone knows Kobe Bryant can play. Everyone knows Kobe Bryant can play the game real well.Heck, he even poured 81 points right in the Raptors' face in 2006.But is there anything he can't do?Perhaps winning the MVP of the season...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about almost 7 years ago 2,589 reads 18 comments

  16. Carter, Jefferson, Kidd: Not a Championship Combination

    Vince Carter, Richard Jefferson, Jason Kidd.These are three really big names in the NBA.One is a legend in the Slam Dunk contest already; one has shown ability to dunk over people in games throughout ...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about almost 7 years ago 1,937 reads 3 comments

  17. Will Yi Ever Be As Good As Yao?

    The new Chinese player has taken the NBA by surprise. Halfway through his first season, the Chinese rookie Yi Jianlian has already shown great promise for the Milwaukee Bucks organization...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about almost 7 years ago 1,017 reads 4 comments

  18. Is Pat Riley Responsible for Shaq's Decline?

    He was once an unstoppable low-post force who broke backboards for a living. Now even 6’9” rookie Al Horford can slow him down dramatically...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about almost 7 years ago 2,478 reads 3 comments

  19. Who's Better: Chris Paul or Deron Williams?

    They are both point guards, drafted in 2005 in consecutive order.Chris Paul and Deron Williams proved themselves as premier basketball players last year, and have shown no signs of slowing down...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about almost 7 years ago 1,958 reads 6 comments

  20. LeBron James: The New Jordan?

    LeBron James is arguably the best player in the NBA right now.But some even say, he might be the best player the NBA has ever seen.Granted that Michael Jordan is conceived as the legend of basketball, but he himself is not God...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about almost 7 years ago 3,624 reads 16 comments

  21. In Nellie We Trust: Can the Golden State Warriors Win the West?

    Nobody paid attention to the Golden State Warriors until last year's playoffs.Before then, people only knew about the Warriors because of Jason Richardson's flashy dunks at All-Star Weekend...

    David Wang Written by David Wang about almost 7 years ago 1,661 reads 4 comments