NBA Finals characters as HGTV personalities

The NBA Finals are in full swing which means we are at peak basketball right now. We, as a nation, are also at peak HGTV right now, because HGTV is always on the top of its game. It’s time someone finally attempted to connect these two beautiful universes. It’s time to answer the burning question that’s been sweeping our nation:

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Patterson’s NBA awards

Featured Image via Washington Post There are plenty of fascinating things to watch as the postseason begins, but let us not forget those players who shone the brightest during the regular season. Here are my All-NBA picks, adhering to the NBA’s ballot, with two guards, two forwards and one center per team. First Team Guard: Steph Curry, Golden State The

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What’s Wrong with the Warriors?

Picture Courtesy of SlamOnline Raise your hand if you had the Memphis Grizzlies up 2-1 on the Golden State Warriors after three games in this Western Conference semi-finals series. Now put your hand down, because no one saw this coming, especially after game one. Games two and three have been truly shocking, at least on the Golden State side. Maybe

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My All-NBA Picks

It’s safe to say that after 79  or 80 games, the best players in the league have separated themselves from the pack. Here are my picks for the top-15 players (roughly) in the league, adhering to the NBA’s ballot, with two guards, two forwards and one center per team.   First Team Guard: Stephen Curry, Golden State– Steph is having the

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The NBA’s Western Conference Playoff Picture is Suddenly Clear

All NBA season, the general consensus was that the Western Conference playoffs will be a bloodbath on par with select Civil War battles. But now, the quest to win the West might not be as brutal as everyone thought. It feels strange to think back on some of the major story lines going into the season. Can the Spurs win the

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My NBA All-Star Ballot

Believe it or not, the NBA regular season is at its halfway point. And while the All-Star game in New York isn’t for another three-and-a-half weeks, fan voting is closed, so the rosters are basically already decided. Whether it’s a good idea to name someone an All-Star after a mere 40-game sample is a discussion for another time, so I

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10 Bold Predictions for the NBA Season

The NBA is back! The storylines are endless. The talking points are infinite. Everybody has a fresh start, a brand new chance to win. It’s time to make some predictions about what we’re going to see this season. 1. The Oklahoma City Thunder will not have home court advantage in the playoffs. The last three NBA seasons have seen the

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