According to Yahoo! Sports, the Clippers and Celtics have restarted their trade talks involving Doc Rivers, Kevin Garnett and DeAndre Jordan. Apparently, Chris Paul wants this deal done if he’s to remain in Los Angeles. Earlier this week, the two sides walked away from the negotiating table after Boston wanted too much for their coach and defensive anchor. Read More »
The NBA’s grizzled media stalwarts are mostly impervious to the insipid line of inquiry customarily on display in postgame pressers. The result is a sort of dull consistency to the exchange – pointless questions followed by carefully-rehearsed responses that are nearly indistinguishable around the league, which is why it’s so refreshing when someone breaks the status quo, goes off script and dares to say something candid or forthright. Read More »
Each Wednesday, we’ll be assessing how the top prospects of the 2013 NBA Draft are faring in draft evaulations. Stick with us each week for assorted thoughts, including the biggest risers and fallers, the standouts, the sleepers and what we know and don’t know about the next NBA Draft class… Read More »
By now you have seen footage of the mass exodus of Miami Heat fans from last night’s Game 6 well before the outcome was decided. Well, so has Chris Bosh, and he has a message for those fans. Read More »
With the NBA Draft approaching, every guy going through the draft process is pitching themselves. Teams are looking at their on-court skills as well as their off-court demeanor as they seek to find who will help their team. I recently caught up with a number of second-round prospects and asked them to pitch themselves to an NBA team. Here’s what they had to say. Read More »
Lost in all of the drama of headbands and truly rotten fans in one of the greatest NBA Finals games in recent history are some of the massively clutch shots knocked down over the final periods of Game 6.
History will remember Ray Allen‘s three, but up until that point, Tony Parker‘s step-back three in LeBron’s face to tie the game up with less than 1:30 to play was about to stand as “The Shot.” He followed that bucket up with a steal on the other end and then a short jumper to out his guys up by two. Take into consideration the moment and what was on the line and you realize how sick this is: Read More »
Four years ago, Danny Green sat on airplanes, shared locker rooms and pulled off ridiculous dance moves with LeBron James. He rode pine while LeBron carried the Cavaliers to the league’s best record. As Cleveland’s second-round pick, not much was expected of the rookie. Read More »
In all of the hoopla surrounding “The Headband Game,“ we have not heard from a key player in the whole story.
Here you go: Read More »