New Platform Leaves DC Sports Fans Spoilt For Choice

Sports fans all over the Washington DC and surrounding regions are set to follow their favorite teams at a whole new level, following the release of Monumental Sports Network’s new OTT subscription service.

NBA Storylines to Watch Out for Before the All-Star Break

Having finished one-third of the regular season, the NBA is once again fashioning a number of different storylines to garner the attention of its fans. The upheaval with some teams that saw plenty of turnover take place during the offseason is matched against the franchises that remain in contention to capture the title in June….

Grading the 2016 NBA Draft (Part 2)

Continuing our grading of the 2016 NBA Draft, we pick things up with the Dallas Mavericks – Dallas Mavericks: In: A.J. Hammons (#46) A good shot blocker and defender down low, needs work if he has to be stretched to defend further out. The Mavs needed a centre and they have one with some good…

Grading the 2016 NBA Draft (Part 1)

It seems a little redundant to grade a Draft without seeing how players have gone in their new environs but it’s always fun to speculate based on the body of work seen by those players so far and the make up of each teams roster. So, here is the grading of the NBA Draft Part…

Aussies in the NBA Draft

With the NBA Draft set to take place tomorrow morning (Friday) from 9am (AEST) and Ben Simmons looking the likely number one pick, it’s time to look back at how previous Aussies have fared in their quest to make it in the NBA. The list below is of Australian players who have played in the…

Grading the Cleveland Cavaliers

The Cleveland Cavaliers have run over the top of the Golden State Warriors to win the 2015/2016 NBA Championship! The first time in 52 years that a sporting team from Cleveland has won a Championship. Here’s how the players went – Matthew Dellavedova: Played very few minutes the longer the Finals series went but when…

Grading the Golden State Warriors

  The Golden State Warriors couldn’t hold on against a rampaging Cleveland Cavaliers in the final three games of the NBA Finals and as a result the Cavaliers have brought a sporting championship to Cleveland for the first time in 52 years. Who could have stepped up more for the Warriors, who tried their heart…

Karl-Anthony Towns Unanimous ROY

The Minnesota Timberwolves have for the second straight year taken out the NBA Rookie of the Year award, at least one of their players has. Karl-Anthony Towns has taken away all of the possible first-place votes to unanimously win the Rookie of the Year award for the 2015/2016 season. New York Knicks big man Kristaps…

Curry Unanimous NBA MVP

Was there ever any doubt, that the best player on the best team would win the NBA’s Most Valuable Player award for this season? Steph Curry has become the 11th player to win the MVP award back-to-back, winning it in the 2014/15 season and now in the 2015/2016 season. He created NBA history in the…

Luke Walton Named Lakers Coach

A favourite son of the Los Angeles Lakers is returning to the storied franchise; Luke Walton has been named Lakers head coach.¬†Walton last week signed a reported five year deal with the Lakers worth approximately $25 million. He played for the Lakers for nine seasons before finishing his playing career with the Cleveland Cavaliers in…

Steve Kerr Named Coach of the Year

The Golden State Warriors have picked up yet another award from the 2015/2016 NBA season, with head coach Steve Kerr being named the NBA Coach of the Year.