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 »
Does this draft class suck? Well, more than a few “experts” maintain it’s not one of the best you’ll ever see. That being said, we don’t really know what’ll happen until these young fellas get drafted and hit the floor. There are plenty of teams that could use Ben McLemore or Anthony Bennett or Alex Len. Now, after tonight, we have a better grip on which teams will get them. Read More »
Welcome to THE GAME PLAN, a new section on DimeMag.com where we collaborate with CHAMPS SPORTS to bring our readers the best one-stop head-to-toe collections for ballplayers nationwide.
The latest product release to hit the Game Plan is the Jordan Suns/Knicks
Collection, with it’s centerpiece being the legendary – and controversial
- Jordan Retro 8. Read More »
/ May 22, 2013 / 11:45 am
Jeff Van Gundy might not think Indiana has a chance against the Heat, but if Roy Hibbert can lock down the paint like he did during the Heat/Pacers second-round series last season, they’ll at least have a chance to push it to six or seven games. Read More »
Jeff Van Gundy‘s name is circulating around head coaching vacancies. But if it were up to us, the Notorious J.V.G. should stay right where he is. He’s pure comedy from behind the booth and, when he wants to be, might be the best basketball analyst out there. Read More »
The Call Of Duty franchise has reached that stage where it’s so popular that people like to criticize it. But in this first extended look at the newest installment, Call Of Duty: Ghosts, it’s hard to feel anything but excitement. The new, next-generation Xbox was revealed yesterday, and this trailer came soon after. Read More »
Tony Parker was carving up the Memphis Grizzlies last night. Along with his 15 points, TP dropped 18 assists, and was doing whatever he wanted to, wherever he wanted to on the court. [Read: Tony Parker is One of the Most Overlooked Superstars of This Era]
Here are his 18 dimes in one quick reel – the wraparound pass to Tiago Splitter at the 1:40 mark is just crazy: Read More »
Hey Charlotte Hornets fans, do you remember how your team drafted Kobe Bryant with the 13th pick in the 1996 NBA Draft, only to immediately trade him to L.A. for Vlade Divac? Oh, you still think about it every day?
Well just in case you have gotten past it, Kobe decided to remind everyone last night on Twitter/Instagram. Read More »
This was karma. Anytime someone flops as badly as Tony Allen did during the closing minutes of regulation, a ridiculous act that ended up netting Memphis four key points, they don’t deserve to win. San Antonio opened up an 18-point lead in the third quarter, fell asleep for what seemed like an hour in real time, and then reemerged to dominate the closing minutes of an overtime littered with bad Jerryd Bayless decisions. Read More »
Richard Hamilton has been a part of the Jordan Brand family for a long time, so you have to expect his sneaker closest is overrun with Jordans. But still, we didn’t expect to see something like this. Rip posted this photo to Instagram earlier today while posing with an entire shipment of Air Jordan 1 “Black Toes” to lace all of the “Rip City fam.” Read More »