Paul George is the real deal. Big. Time. Read More »
A quick survey of the media on Twitter after this Norris Cole low blow on David West in the second half seems to show a general “Norris Cole has learned from Miami’s veterans” consensus.
Not sure how West can still breath, let alone play basketball after this: Read More »
Through the first half tonight, the Indiana Pacers front line of Roy Hibbert (11 points, 4 rebounds) and David West (18 points, 3 rebounds) are beasting the Miami Heat.
In the first half though, LeBron James got Hibbert with an impressive block at the rim that was almost identical to the huge one that Roy put on Carmelo Anthony last week.
Watch it here: Read More »
Phil Jackson is currently on his book/”Hey! I’m Alive and Want to Run Your Franchise!” media tour, and was on ESPN’s “Mike and Mike in the Morning” show this morning. He was asked about his reaction to the call informing him that the Lakers were going to hire Mike D’Antoni instead of him. Read More »
Are you serious? Word just broke that University of Memphis forward D.J. Stephens recorded an NBA Draft record 46-INCH VERTICAL LEAP in combine testing. And the dude is 6-5, so it’s not like he’s some crazy Nate Robinson clone or something.
Want to see him work? Check out DJ’s top dunks at Memphis and in AAU: Read More »
Check out the NBA’s picks for the Top 5 Plays from last night’s two playoff games. Various Knicks‘ swats make it in, but curiously not this beast Tyson Chandler destruction of a Tyler Hansbrough sure bucket.
Check out huge dunks from Paul George, Kawhi Leonard and more: Read More »
Our friends at Champs Sports have decided to bring out a few fresh, brightly colored head-to-toe “Summer of Color” collection for the balmy days that are just around the corner. It starts with Nike and Jordan hook-ups featuring LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Kobe Bryant apparel to hook up with new colorways of the Nike Zoom Hyperdisruptor, the new Free 5.0s, the new Citrus and Turquoise Jordan looks, and much more.
They’re kicking it all off with this new commercial starring Russell Westbrook: Read More »
Now this is the Miami Heat squad we saw all season. LeBron James and Co. are doing what they want to the Chicago Bulls and making the savage beating they’re administering look easy in the process. [Miami isn't even going to need the Nate Stopper tonight.]
Example A: James’ sick backdoor pass to a slashing Dwyane Wade. Read More »