Established in 2008 out of boredom and an unquenchable thirst for basketball justice, Jumpball exists to provide independent analysis of the NBA, with opinions and arguments you can’t get anywhere else unless you look at any of the other thousand sports blogs. Still, we’re funny…sort of.

The Authors:

Sid (or Siddhant) is in his junior year at UC-Riverside, and is a big Lakers fan. Expect most straight-up analysis from him. Actually, expect 99 percent of the articles to be from him.

Ankur just finished his sophomore year at UC-Berkeley, and roots for the Warriors. Expect more statistical breakdowns and criticisms of conventional wisdom from him…but only when he feels like it.



  1. Hi,

    I visited your sports blog Jumpball at https://jumpball.wordpress.com. You have really great articles and I’m glad I found your site.

    I would like to know if you’re accepting guest blog posts, I’d like to send you an original blog entry on basketball which I think would fit nicely with your site. I’m doing this for free but would only require 1 backlink in the article to my site.

    Please let me know if you’re interested in publishing this basketball blog entry so I can send it to you for publication soon.

    Thank you

    Shirly Giagone

    Comment by Shirly Giagone — December 15, 2008 @ 11:40 PM

  2. Would love to have your articles posting at bleacherreport.com. With our blog import tool your articles would auto-import to your b/r profile and link back to your blog giving your work exposure to our established online community.

    I have no doubt that your nba content would get a ton of reads with us. Please email me mtcheyan@bleacherreport.com so I can tell you more about our site and get you set up.


    Comment by Max Tcheyan — March 26, 2009 @ 4:49 PM

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