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Where Are They Now? / Aug 5, 2014 / 5:00 pm

Lamar Odom’s Slow, Painful Descent Into Personal And Professional Oblivion

Lamar Odom

During last night’s episode of Keeping up with the Kardashians, Khloe opened up about filing for divorce from her estranged husband Lamar Odom, whose well-documented downfall has been the subject of endless controversy and speculation. Read More »

High School, We Reminisce, Where Are They Now? / Nov 27, 2013 / 3:30 pm

Dime Q&A: Lenny Cooke & The Filmmakers Behind His Eponymous Documentary

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The name Lenny Cooke has become part myth, part bogeyman and part warning to anyone that thinks talent, and talent alone, gets you to the Association. But the trials and tribulations Cooke experienced in the ensuing 14 years after he was ranked the No. 1 high school basketball player in the country, don’t feature a single regret. Read More »

Video, Where Are They Now? / Dec 3, 2012 / 3:00 pm

Video: Allen Iverson Goes For 37 Points In China Against Rafer Alston

Allen Iverson

Ever since Allen Iverson traveled to China for a celebrity tour in October and then immediately crossed over a defender just like the old times, details have been scarce about AI. Here’s what we can gather from watching this video uploaded today from China, then: After being presented with a poster of his face with the inscription “Ra Boogie,” AI dropped 37 points, showed off a silky jumper and tossed his fair share of alley-oops in a recent game between players — including Rafer Alston — who have seen better days. Read More »

Featured Gallery, NBA, Video, Where Are They Now? / Mar 22, 2012 / 12:22 pm

Video: Stephon Marbury Gets Called a “B**tch” In China Finals; Knees Aaron Brooks in the Face

Stephon Marbury

I miss Stephon Marbury.

The headline to this post aside, things really are going quite well for Steph in China. This week he is in a spot to lead his Beijing Ducks to their first-ever CBA championship over league power Guandong Tigers (led by Aaron Brooks).

The 35-year old Marbury went nuts in the three games his team won in the 5-game semifinals, going for 30 points in one game, and 50+ in the other two. The finals won’t be easy though, as you see in this video from Game 1 where he gets a cheap shot from a defender and then gets told about it: Read More »

D-League, Where Are They Now? / Dec 23, 2011 / 10:08 am

The Return of Slick Rick

Ricky Davis Dime Magazine

Ricky Davis is back. Yes, he of great beards, lots and lots of shots, and cheating-to-get-himself-a-triple-double fame (watch after the jump) has returned. Sort of.

Ridiculous Upside is reporting that Ricky (as well as Greg Ostertag!) has signed a contract with the NBDL and will find out what team he is on once he clears waiver Tuesday afternoon. Read More »

NBA, Where Are They Now? / Dec 19, 2011 / 4:00 pm

Where Are They Now: Voshon Lenard

Voshon Lenard

It’s been a minute since we’ve done a Where Are They Now? feature on the site, and this one kind of just fell into our laps. After 11 years in the NBA, playing for the likes Miami, Denver, Toronto and Portland, Voshon Lenard was definitely one of my favorite players to watch. But now instead of draining threes, it appears the Three-Point Shootout champion from the 2004 NBA All-Star Weekend is working with Captain Morgan. Read More »

NBA, Where Are They Now? / Dec 5, 2011 / 2:00 pm

Dime Q&A: Lamond Murray Talks LeBron, Lockout Differences, NCAA Recruiting & NBA Memories

Lamond Murray

When former 11-year NBA player Lamond Murray began to help his son and daughter research colleges, he came across a company named NCSA that was dedicated to helping young athletes find the right colleges for them. Murray was so impressed, he didn’t just employ their services – he became a part of their organization.

Using his experience from becoming the No. 7 pick in the 1994 NBA Draft out of the University of California, Murray speaks to young athletes and their families about how NCSA can help navigate the tricky landscape of college recruiting, finding the best fit to set them up for success. Read More »

NBA, Where Are They Now? / Jul 27, 2011 / 12:00 pm

Where Are They Now: Cuttino Mobley

Cuttino Mobley

11,964 points, 2,902 rebounds and 2,015 assists in 11 NBA seasons. That boils down to 16.0 points, 3.9 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game. Pretty impressive stats for an entire NBA career. Clearly not elite, but definitely representative of a quality NBA player. So to whom do we attribute these numbers? That’s right, Cuttino Mobley. Read More »

Video, Where Are They Now? / Jun 24, 2011 / 6:00 pm

Where Are They Now: Bobby Sura Is A Poker Player

Although he’s no Kyrie Irving, Bobby Sura was drafted 17th overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 1995 NBA Draft. But since he retired in 2007, no one’s really heard from. That is, until now. With the second season of the PokerStars.net show “The Big Game” premiering on Monday, tune in to watch Sura play with some of poker’s biggest names.


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NBA, Where Are They Now? / Jun 21, 2011 / 5:00 pm

Where Are They Now: LaRue Martin

LaRue Martin

The story of LaRue Martin begins in a high school gymnasium in Chicago, Ill. The Mighty Meteors, as they were called: LaRue Martin was the tallest player on his varsity team.

There was a very telling photograph taken of his team that year. A photograph that accidentally and impeccably illustrated Martin’s natural personality. In the picture, the team is huddled around their coach who is on one knee having a word with his players. Off to the left, somewhat behind the huddle, is the 6-8 sophomore with his hands behind his back, peering over shoulders, a slight hunch in his stance. Read More »