Tags » PBT Extra

PBT Extra: John Wall can't do it alone for predictable Wizards

The Wizards are losing steam as the playoffs approach, looking predictable on offense and passable on defense. I break down why John Wall can’t shoulder the load and someone must step up in order to generate more scoring. 17 more words

Washington Wizards

PBT Extra: Where does Steve Nash rank all-time among point guards?

Steve Nash is destined for the Hall of Fame.

That much is a certainty after his official retirement over the weekend. The next questions concern his legacy, and that’s what Jenna Corrado discuss in the latest PBT Extra. 68 more words

Top Posts

PBT Extra: Just how great is Golden State's home court advantage?

Today’s PBT Extra focuses on some of the storylines from Wednesday night in the NBA, and that starts with the fact Golden State blew out Atlanta up in the Bay Area. 68 more words

Top Posts

PBT Extra: Top NBA prospects to keep eye on in NCAA Tournament

For a lot of NBA fans — even fans of the Knicks and Lakers who should have been paying attention since November — March and the NCAA Tournament is when we actually see and form opinions about potential pro prospects. 117 more words

Top Posts

PBT Extra: Which team gets final playoff spot out West, Thunder or Pelicans?

The Pelicans will not go away.

At points in the past few weeks, it has seemed like Oklahoma City would run off and hide with the last playoff spot in the West. 115 more words

Top Posts

PBT Extra: Don't look now, but the Spurs are playing well again

You really didn’t think the Spurs were just going to ride off into the sunset, did you?

After a season where they have battled injuries, and key players have not looked right — we mean Tony Parker specifically — the Spurs have strung together five wins and Parker is getting into the paint and breaking down defenses again. 59 more words

Top Posts

PBT Extra: Russell Westbrook taking the NBA by storm (VIDEO)

ProBasketballTalk’s Kurt Helin breaks down Russell Westbrook’s historic run, which includes four consecutive triple-doubles, making him the first player to achieve the feat since Michael Jordan in 1989. 20 more words

Oklahoma City Thunder