Top 5 Players Under 25

  By @OMaroney In this ranking, I based my criteria off the value that player has to his respective franchise. When you take this player off the team they are currently playing for, what is that team left with? 1. Kawhi Leonard Not only is Kawhi Leonard a great basketball player, he’s an even better example of what to be off the court. Following in the footsteps of Tim Duncan, he stays calm, humble, and has …

Continue reading »

Slow Start or the Beginning of an Epic Struggle

The NBA is a superstar league, we all know it. NBA teams need their cream of the crop to rise to the top. It’s early, sure, of course it is. However, a lot of the NBA’s top dogs just aren’t producing at the moment. Whether it’s the home grown, grass fed, 100% organic draft product, let’s say Klay Thompson. Or the highly coveted incredibly expensive free agent acquisition, yes I’m looking at you LaMarcus Aldridge. …

Continue reading »

A Plea to Trade KD

From HC Contributor, Randy Faehnrich. In the eyes of some, Kevin Durant was never suppose to be this good. Coming out of college, Durant was a frail, lanky, silk-shooter who couldn’t even bench press his own body weight. Like all great players though, his work ethic superseded his god-given ability, and Durant has become an unstoppable offensive force and a very formidable defensive presence. And for that reason, as he currently sits at the peak of …

Continue reading »

Making it Rain in Portland

By Oliver Maroney. The Splash Brothers that No One is Talking about, The Rain-Brothers. We all know about the Golden State Warriors and their young dynamic duo in Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. They led the league in three pointers going first and second respectively a few seasons ago, which is why they received the nickname, Splash Brothers. But I believe we have a new floor wetting duo emerging, a duo that almost no one foresaw. …

Continue reading »

Hoopscritic DFS: Boogie Fever

We’re off to a great start this NBA season with our third consecutive day of profit while fighting through two 3-game slates in the process. The value picks yesterday (Schroder and Felton) did not quite live up to expectations, but them being in the lineup didn’t cost us because of their popularity with everyone else. We missed cashing in tournaments for the first time this season, but missing the money happens more than people might …

Continue reading »