Happy Labor Day everyone! To help you enjoy your day off, we’re bringing you some words about basketball that we really think you should read.
Last season was certainly an interesting one for the Chicago Bulls. Without Derrick Rose, they still managed to make the 2nd round of the playoffs and even steal a game from the Miami Heat. Now, with Rose coming back, they have expectations of a deep playoff run. Over at CBS Sports, Matt Moore breaks down the Bulls’ offseason and how they prepared themselves for the upcoming year.
As most know, Hakeem Olajuwon was simply incredible. Over at Pro Hoops History, Curtis Harris pays homage to “The Dream” by chronicling his career in another edition of his always excellent Pro Hoops History Hall of Fame. Check it out to learn more about one of the most talented big men ever, and for an amazing .gif of a classic Hakeem spin move.
After some down years following the departure of LeBron, the Cavs have hopes of a bright future. Most of that optimism is thanks to Kyrie Irving, but the rest of Cleveland’s backcourt is pretty solid as well. Over at FanSided’s Right Down Euclid, Zak Kolesar takes an in-depth look at the top four guards for the Cavs heading into this season.