Improving Your And 1 Accuracy

Improving your skills takes hard work and practice, practice, practice! Improving Your And 1 Accuracy Count It, and the Foul! Becoming a great offensive basketball player is not easy and it is not pain free. If you watch watch basketball games these days there is one constant thing you will observe if you look closely; […]

San Antonio Spurs vs. Los Angeles Clippers: Game 7 Results

San Antonio Spurs vs. Los Angeles Clippers: Game 7 Results As the rest of the world was focusing on Mayweather vs. Pacquiao, you might have missed one of the best game 7s in recent memory. The defending NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs were dethroned in the first round of the NBA Playoffs last evening in […]

New Youth Basketball Training Boston MA!

New Basketball Training Boston MA will take your child’s game to the next level. New Premier Hoops Boston Location Workouts Begin Tomorrow April 27th!!! Premier Hoops kicks off an exciting new chapter tomorrow evening as workouts officially begin at the Reggie Lewis Center. Premier Hoops his established itself as the #1 Basketball Skills Training Program […]

2015 NBA Playoffs Weekend Round-Up (April 20th)

2015 NBA Playoffs Weekend Round-Up The 2015 NBA Playoffs kicked off this past weekend and featured some great games and interesting first round match-ups. Let’s take a took at some of the action and results over a frantic weekend of NBA basketball. If you like basketball, you probably didn’t get out much this weekend as […]

Meet The 2015 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinement Class

11 new members are scheduled to be enshrined into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Let’s take a look as the inductees and their storied careers.   Lisa Leslie – Lisa Leslie is one of the most dominant and recognizable figures in the history of women’s basketball. Leslie is an eight-time WNBA All-Star and […]

And The 2015 NBA Rookie of the Year Is?

  The 2014 NBA Draft was hyped as being one of the most impactful drafts since 2003 when Lebron James was selected with the 1st overall pick by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Prospects with lofty expectations such as Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker were believed to be franchise players capable of turning lottery teams in playoff […]

Redemption Story: How Basketball Saved Stephon Marbury

Stephon Marbury is one of the greatest guards in the history of New York City basketball. Marbury hails from Brooklyn’s famous Coney Island and his story was the inspiration for Spike Lee’s critically acclaimed basketball flick, He Got Game. Stephon Marbury has always been considered a Point God and was supposed to be the next […]

Boston Celtics Make Push For A Playoff Spot

After the Boston Celtics traded away Jeff Green and Rajon Rondo, many NBA analysts predicted that the Celtics would not be competitive and would be a team not fighting for wins, but fighting for a higher pick in the NBA Draft Lottery. Boy, how things have changed. There are certain professional sports teams that have […]

Show Premier Hoops That You Have Some Spring!

It is spring time in Massachusetts, even though it doesn’t quite feel like it yet. However, indoors within gyms all over New England, Premier Hoops is helping young athletes fulfill their full athletic potential. The NCAA Men’s and Women’s is inching closer to the Sweet 16. NBA teams are getting ready for the playoffs and […]

The Triple-Double Tenacity of Russell Westbrook

Point Guard Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder has been on quite the tear lately since capturing the 2015 NBA All-Star MVP when he scored 41 points and proved himself to be the brightest star on the biggest stage. Since then, the Oklahoma City Thunder have been in a fight for their playoff lives […]