Was losing Game 1 of the NBA Finals a good thing for the Golden State Warriors? I explain why and how it could help to keep Kevin Durant from leaving. Also, the Knicks are reportedly shopping the third overall pick in the upcoming NBA Draft. Why this is a mistake if that pick is swapped for Anthony Davis.
With the Lakers going to miss the NBA Playoffs it’s clear that the LeBron James signing hasn’t been a slam dunk for the Los Angeles Lakers. However, with what has happened to this team this season I bring up a bold strategy for the Lakers…trading LeBron. On this episode I highlight all the reasons why the Lakers should trade LeBron James and why it makes sense for both parties.
It’s been a rough year for the Los Angeles Lakers and LeBron James. After eight straight NBA Finals appearances LeBron is on the verge of missing the playoffs entirely. On this episode I break down why LeBron’s move to Los Angeles can serve as a warning for future NBA stars in free agency.
In the first blockbuster trade of the NBA season the New York Knicks have traded Kristaps Porzingis to the Dallas Mavericks. While both teams have seemingly benefitted with the Mavericks getting a potential star and the Knicks getting cap space and draft picks, this trade also means something else. It could be the start of teams aggressively tanking to get a higher draft pick. I break down the trade, the Knicks plan going forward, and why tanking is bad for the NBA.
On this episode of Bold Strategy I explain why it’s time to get rid of professional All-Star Games. I highlight all the reasons why these games don’t make sense anymore and how the gimmicks each league is trying are not working. Instead, I give you my ideas of what these leagues should do instead.
New Orleans Pelicans star Anthony Davis has requested a trade and has told the franchise that he will not resign. On this episode I breakdown why teams who want to trade for Davis should be careful and could be making an investment that could backfire. Also, I defend the decision by Davis and explain why fans, the media, and organization shouldn’t crush the player who requests a trade.