the Miami Heat have been on fire recently going 18 wins and 7 losses which lands them the third seed in the eastern conference. they have been led by Jimmy Butler which has been averaging

21 points

7 assists

7 rebounds

but most impressive thing about him so far this season has been his leadership and adapting to the team chemistry so much know to answer the question do i think the heat are contenders: possibly if they continue in the pace there going at they are probably going to have deep playoff runs but i dont think they can win a championship but you never know


Luka Doncic is on fire hes been scoring 27.7 points on 32% from the three last season i thought Giannis Antetokounmpo was going to be the future of this league but luka has been proving me wrong i think he might be the best player in 5 years dont get me wrong but giannis is a beast and he will definitely stay a top 3 player in the world for a long time but back to luka he has a very bright future in front of him. And this “analysis” is a prediction because the season just started but Im hyped to see what luka has to offer in the future

Best NBA three point shooter from each team (Part 2)

Boston Celtics: Kemba Walker

Minnesota Timberwolves: Karl Anthony-Towns

Indiana Pacers: Malcolm Bragdon

Cleveland Cavaliers: Collin Sexton

Portland Trailblazers: Damian Lillard

Milwaukee Bucks: Kyle Korver

Philadelphia 76ers: Mike Scott

Denver Nuggets: Monte Morris

Atlanta Hawks: Kevin Huerter

Utah Jazz: Joe Ingles

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Which NBA player is better

     Wilt Chamberlain vs Shaquille O Neal

     Kevin Durant vs Giannis Antetokounmpo

     Michael Jordan vs LeBron James

     James Harden vs Anthony Davis

     Steph Curry vs James Harden

     Kemba Walker vs Kyrie Irving

     Jimmy Butler vs Kemba Walker

     Klay Thompson vs Bradley Beal

     Luka Doncic vs Donavan Mitchell

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The New NBA rule is it good or bad?

According to the official statement from, coaches may challenge a few things: a personal foul charged to their team, a called out-of-bounds violation, a goaltending violation or a basket-interference violation. No other call may be challenged. And this is where the issues begin for me. None of the plays that I showed at the beginning can be addressed with this new rule. Traveling, double dribble, and non called out of bounds plays cannot be challenged. Sure, it’s good to get it right when it comes to who the ball went out of bounds off of, but at the same time, I’ve seen a ton of situations similar to this one where a player is stepping out and it’s play on. And thinking about it more, I’m actually sure that traveling will never be reviewable or challengeable, since the league’s standards and what it allows for the offensive player are getting crazier, just for the sake of the game being faster, more attractive, and highlight worth

However they will only have 1 chance to do that as each team only gets one of these per game, and the key here is that they must have a time out remaining to utilize the challenge. As with other replay reviews, for a referee’s decision to be overturned, there must be clear and conclusive visual evidence that the call was incorrect. If the challenge is unsuccessful, the team will lose its timeout. If the challenge is correct, no timeout will be charged. So to sum it up, while I do like the idea that the NBA is constantly trying to improve and add things to the repertoire, I honestly think this is a bit shallow and incomplete attempt at doing so. The extremely limited number of situations that this new rule can be used for is disappointing, so let’s hope that the league can expand it over time to include more controversial plays so that the end result can be as fair game as possible. So I wanna hear your opinion on this. Let me know in the comments which are the most problematic situations that you’d like to see being challenged and ultimately eliminated from the game.

I love that the NBA is trying to repair its problems but for this rule some changes are crucial there shouldn’t be a number deciding how many times players and coaches can challenge a play and there should be more things players and coaches can challenge.

The best player from each team

Atlanta Hawks: Trae Young

Cleveland Cavaliers: Kevin Love

Houston Rockets: James Harden

Miami Heat: Jimmy Butler

Oklahoma City Thunder: Chris Paul

Sacramento Kings: De’Aaron Fox

Boston Celtics: Kemba Walker

Denver Nuggets: Nikola Jokic

Los Angeles Clippers: Kawhi Leonard

Minnesota Timberwolves: Karl Anthony-Towns

Philadelphia 76ers: Joel Embiid

Toronto Raptors: Pascal Siakam

Dallas Mavericks: Kristaps Porzingas (when he is healthy)

Indiana Pacers: Victor Oladipo

Milwaukee Bucks: Giannis Antetokounmpo

Orlando Magic: Nikola Vucevic

San Antonio Spurs: Demar Derozan

Charlotte Hornets: Terry Rozier

Detroit Pistons: Blake Griffin

Los Angeles Lakers: Anthony Davis

New Orleans Pelicans: Lonzo Ball and Brandon Ingram

Phoenix Suns: Devin Booker

Utah Jazz: Donavan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert

Chicago Bulls: Zach Lavine

Golden State Warriors: Stephen Curry

Memphis Grizzlies: Maybe JA or Andre????

 New York Knicks: Julius Randle

Portland Trailblazers: Damian Lillard

Washington Wizards: Bradley Beal (John wall won’t come back the same I’m pretty sure because he lost a lot of athleticism from his injury)

Brooklyn Nets: Kevin Durant (If he is healthy)