Skip Bayless explains to Chris Broussard, Shannon Sharpe and Joy Taylor why he disagrees with Houston head coach Mike D'Antoni's comment that James Harden is the 'best offensive player he’s ever seen'. Skip explains how Harden's offense doesn't compare to all-time NBA greats like Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant.
Shannon Sharpe reacts to Dwight Howard's historic night where he tallied 32 pts, 30 reb in win over the Brooklyn Nets. Shannon compares Howard to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Wilt Chamberlain as one of the most athletic big men in the NBA and reveals he's frustrated with Howard's lack of consistency throughout his career.
In his conversation with Shannon Sharpe and Joy Taylor, Skip Bayless reacts to LeBron James' biggest pass of the night, dishing it out to Kevin Love for a clutch 3-pointer with 27.5 seconds left that gave the Cavs a four-point lead for a comeback 132-129 win over Toronto Raptors.
In his discussion on LeBron James' Cleveland Cavaliers 132-129 comeback win over the Toronto Raptors, Shannon Sharpe explains to Skip Bayless and Joy Taylor how impressed he was with LeBron who finished with 35 points, 17 assists and zero turnovers. The Cavs have now won 3 straight.
In his conversation with Cris Carter and Jenna Wolfe, Nick Wright reacts to Dwight Howard's 32-point, 30-rebound game in the Charlotte Hornets' win over the Brooklyn Nets, comparing Dwight's epic achievement to those of the greats who have also tallied such notable stats: Wilt Chamberlain, Moses Malone and Kevin Love (as a Timberwolf).
Cris Carter explains to Nick Wright and Jenna Wolfe why he disagrees with the claim made by Houston Rockets head coach Mike D'Antoni that 2018 NBA MVP-hopeful James Harden is the 'best offensive player' he's ever seen. Do you agree with Cris' analysis between Harden and Kareem?
In his discussion with Cris Carter and Jenna Wolfe, Nick Wright reacts to LeBron's crucial pass to Kevin Love where he knocked down a clutch triple, detailing why it's so vital for LeBron to block out the noise and keep doing whatever it takes to lift his team to victory.
In his reaction to LeBron James notching 35 points, 17 dimes and 0 turnovers in the Cleveland Cavaliers' 132-129 win over the Toronto Raptors, Nick Wright breaks down how The King was able to lead his squad to victory, noting this is the playoff version of LeBron that all title contenders should immediately take note of. Do you agree with Nick?