The 2021 year of sports in pictures Continue reading 2021 sports year in pictures
Blaze Review is taking the time to say thank you to Ohio native, Semaj Christon. Semaj joined the Fastbreak Podcast last week to discuss the top 10 centers going into the 2021-2022 season. Semaj is an Ohio native from Cincinnati. He played basketball at Xavier University from 2012-2014 before becoming a second round pick in the 2014 NBA draft. Christion played for the Oklahoma City … Continue reading Semaj Christon Profile
Trying to understand how the Frenchman went from a number 8 draft pick to a forgetable bench player Continue reading What happened to Frank Ntilikina ?
The Smith League was founded in 2018 with the mindset to inspire youth on and off the basketball court. Continue reading The Smith League is Here To Stay!
There have been lots of names thrown around in NBA free agency this summer. Most of the basketball audience is interested to see what the Los Angeles Lakers do after their disappointing first round exit and the teams are now piling up superstars. In my mind, Demar Derozan is the guy that elevates the Lakers for a few reasons. 1. LeBron trusts him– Russell Westbrook’s … Continue reading Hometown Hero
1. 2015-2016 Cleveland Cavaliers- The shot, the block, coming back from a 3-1 deficit against the 73 win Warriors. There has never been a more important game 7 or championship won in the history of the NBA than the 2016 Cavs. This is the one that cemented LeBron’s legacy and as a top two player of all-time. 2. 2010-2011 Dallas Mavericks- In my opinion, Dirk … Continue reading Top Five NBA Champions 2011-2021
A look back at Giannis’ NBA title with the Bucks Continue reading From Athens’ streets to Gods’ heights