Oklahoma City Thunder championship contenders.
Project Unknown / January 23, 2019

Paul George and Russell Westbrook should be the most feared one-two punch in the League, but media and fans see them as impotent. How could a triple-double guard and small forward who is just as deadly on defence as he is on offence be considered impotent? Strong words but when you consider the Oklahoma City Thunder’s roster this should not be the case!While the media raves about Kawhi Leonard and Kevin Durant, Paul George has quietly become one of the most valuable players in the regular season. Supporting Paul George you have Steve Adams who is an offensive rebounding dynamo who brings assists and blocks. Jerami Grant who is shooting above 50% and adds to the Oklahoma City Thunder’s defence. Let’s not also forget players like Nerlens Noel who has the talent of a starter, but this modern centre is never going to start ahead of Steve Adams. As regrettable as it may sound, Russell Westbrook is the best player on the team, he is also their weak link. While everyone may be having their best year, Russell is not performing at his best. Russell is not be judge by the standards of mortal men. Russell needs to perform at…

NBA’s Top Ten duos
National Basketball Association / November 15, 2018

  Honourable mention to DeMar DeRozan and LaMarcus Aldridge a new pair, finding their way that can not be assessed until it has been playoff tested. The NBA League has some great duos, but duos like John Wall and Bradley of the Washington Wizards barely make this list. Their reputation counts for something. NBA players DeAaron Fox and Buddy Hield   The most impressive members on this list are DeAaron Fox and Buddy Hield. At the time of writing this article, DeAaron Fox was going for 18.7pts 7.1ast 4.4rebs. Commentators have been critical of the Sacramento Kings, but they won the trade with the New Orleans Pelicans. The Pelicans got DeMarcus Cousins and then let him go for nothing. The Kings got Buddy Hield who now produces 18.7pts and gels well with the team. They have not been playoff tested, but they have grown together and could be as good as Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum. NBA players Russell Westbrook and Paul George Russell Westbrook and Paul George have a chance of being one of the best modern-day duos. Paul George is a former alpha that headed a team and Westbrook trusts him during clutch moments. At their best, this duo has the best…