Lou Williams continues to shoulder the offensive workload for Lakers

This week, has been an amazing week of basketball for Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard Lou Williams. Williams, who is the Lakers’ sixth man coming off the bench, has been tasked with the duty of shouldering the offensive workload for a team without Jose Caledron, D’Angelo Russell, and Nick Young. Without Russell, the Lakers are […]

The Lakers’ issues go far beyond Byron Scott

Los Angeles Laker head coach Byron Scott makes himself an easy target. He did so once again when speaking with the media on Wednesday, as his team gets set to head out on a five-game road trip. Lakers HC Byron Scott on young players: “I’m not always thinking about necessarily developing them. I’m always thinking […]

The 5 most overblown free agent signings thus far of Summer, 2015

Find us on Twitter @CrossoverNBA The NBA does a good job with free agency. In fact, the NBA has done a good job with off-season stuff being captivating enough to be the only other league aside from the NFL that gets any really notable run for any of its events nationally when not in-season. In […]

Ladies and gentlemen…Tyler Hansbrough

Really “Psycho T”? Raptors guard Lou Williams was leading the fast break and had big man Tyler Hansbrough trailing. Lou then made a nifty pass to Hansbrough and instead of gathering the ball and throwing it down with a vicious dunk… well… hmmm… just look at how he handled the situation. (slow clap)

Third NBA All-Star ballots released, Kobe stays in front

This year's All-Star festivities are in Houston It's that time again when the NBA's annual popularity contest–like a high school student government election–is examined over like an ancient scroll. The third installment of the All-Star fan voting ballots have been released to the public and the most notable thing to take from it is that […]