It’s been a long time coming, but NBA Nation Australia’s Roundtable is finally back, and with the 2014 Playoffs just around the corner, there are are a multitude of topics that ache for discussion. From the rise, and subsequent demise of the Indiana Pacers, to an unbelievably close race for the MVP crown, this NBA […]
It’s official. Phil Jackson, 11-time championship coach will head to Madison Square Garden and become Head of Basketball Operations alongside Knicks owner James Dolan. First reported by NBA.TV, Jackson, who had been mulling over the offer for the past week is said to have officially accepted the job which will see him move cross country […]
Widely regarded as the greatest coach in NBA history, with 11 titles to his name with MJ’s Bulls in the 90′s and Kobe’s Lakers in the 00′s, Phil Jackson’s NBA status is nothing short of legendary. Throughout his tenure as coach of two of the greatest dynasties in league history, Jackson remained an ever constant […]
So last week I wrote over 6000 words for NBA Nation Australia’s Weekly Hoop Scoop piece and while it wasn’t a problem to do, it was very time consuming. With that in mind, I’ve decided to change up the weekly recap to a more streamlined one. There will be a highs and lows for each […]
Here it is, the moment you’ve all been waiting for, the last part in the trilogy that is the NBA’s Greatest Rivalries. We’ve hit some ones so far but in reality there are still some big dogs to go through yet. Enjoy.
After plenty of promise and lots of bravado, the New York Knicks off-season came a touch earlier than expected this year. The Knicks and their fans talked a mean game all season, but in the end, they were unceremoniously eliminated from the playoffs. The Indiana Pacers, who, with their stingy defense, ball movement and level-headed […]
Knicks explosive guard J.R Smith has been suspended one game for throwing a errant elbow in game 3. The elbow struck Celtice Jason Terry in the chin – resulting in a ejection for Smith and a 1 game suspension. Smith will miss game 4 in Boston tomorrow.
The 2012/13 Sixth Man of The Year Award has been a bit of a two horse race for the majority of the season. Jamal Crawford made a fantastic case to take out the honor, having had a career year playing alongside Chris Paul and Blake Griffin at the Los Angeles Clippers, however it was New […]
Welcome to the first NBA Nation Roundtable for season 2012! We’re extremely excited to be back and to bring you new installments of our favorite segment. It’s been a turbulent start to the season and there’s plenty to talk about, so to help us discuss some of the bigger talking points we invited the lovely […]