A weekly wrap of the things you should know in basketball. * This may be one of the strangest things you will ever see on a basketball court. A coach in France tries to strip the ball away from an opposing player in the dying seconds of a tied game. And after receiving a tech, […]
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A weekly wrap of the things you should know in basketball. * Andrew Bogut makes an impact in his first game back. * Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski recounts how the James Harden trade went down. * Grantland’s Zach Lowe puts the microscope on the James Harden trade. * Check out this shot chart comparison of […]
A weekly wrap of the things you should know in basketball. * Life couldn’t get any sweeter for James Harden at this point; an awesome season, a trip to the Finals, Olympic gold medal, a max or near max contract on the way, and, well, you’ve seen the pictures. * Boston rookie Fab Melo sits […]
A weekly wrap of the things you should know in basketball. * Anthony Davis meets his unibrow twin in London. * Some CSKA Moscow players (Kirilenko, Krstic, Khryapa, Gordon and Shved) dancing on stage. But really, if you’re watching those guys (instead of the hot blondes) then you may need to re-evaluate. * Ben Simmons, […]
Get some meat on those bones, boy.
Over the next few weeks leading up to the NBA Draft, we’re going to introduce you, by way of their combine interview in Chicago, to the top prospects in this year’s class. First up, we have ‘The Brow’ (and lock for the number one pick) Kentucky’s Anthony Davis.
I’m not even going to lie. I barely watched a second of Rajon Rondo’s historic night (which was possibly one of the best point guard performances in playoff history). The reason – New Orleans won the lottery and I spent the next 48 hours (and counting) watching highlights, listening to interviews, reading articles, reading scouting […]
A weekly wrap of the things you should know in basketball. * Russell Westbrook destroys Omer Asik. * Dirk Nowitzki with a one-legged step-back off-glass game winner. Wow! * Apparently Dwight Howard will push for Stan Van Gundy’s removal this offseason. Considering that Van Gundy’s stellar coaching is the reason why this horrible Magic squad […]
Every decade or so, there’s supposed to be a draft class that comes along and gives the NBA a total shake up. There was 1984 (MJ, Hakeem, Barkley, Stockton), 1996 (Kobe, AI, Steve Nash, Ray Allen and several others) and then 2003 with LeBron, Wade, Melo and Bosh. The word on the street is that […]