Here’s a nice exclusive for our Dime readers: We got our hands on a bunch of exclusive photos taken inside the players locker rooms before NBA All-Star practice this past Saturday in Houston.
Check out the setups for the guys – unis, All-Star PEs and the Skullcandy Mix Master headphones made specifically for the players. Check out the pics below: Read More »
Hornets rookie Anthony Davis was in Houston this past weekend for NBA All-Star 2013. He was there primarily to play in the Rookie-Sophomore game, but he did his best to take in everything his first NBA All-Star weekend had to offer.
Davis let a Red Bull camera crew follow him for the weekend to catch the behind-the-scenes action. Read More »
The NBA All-Star Game is one of best opportunities for players to experiment with sneakers. There are no color restrictions, so the possibilities are endless. You’ve already seen what Nike did with their Area 72 collection, which included new All-Star edition sneakers for LeBron, Kobe and Kevin Durant. Read More »
The NBA didn’t wait long to take fans behind the scenes of the 2013 All-Star Game through a “mini-movie” released today. This one encapsulates everything about Sunday night in Houston, but is especially great because of the moments in the locker room before and after the games, with Joakim Noah trying to snag tips for how to prepare for his first All-Star game. There’s also tons of footage using the ultra-slow, hi-res Phantom cameras that gives a new look at some of the game’s memorable plays. Read More »
Chris Bosh did not have the best of performances at last night’s NBA All-Star Game in Houston. The details of his misery are detailed by Dime HERE and HERE, but in case you didn’t see the game, you need some visual evidence.
Watch below as Chris Paul takes his time to set Bosh up for a serious nutmeg. Read More »
The 62nd annual NBA All-Star game concluded Sunday night with a fairly well-played contest ending with a Western Conference win 143-138 over the Eastern Conference. The game itself is more of a show than a competition which isn’t to knock the annual festivity but rather shed a truthful light upon it.
With that said we will treat the production that it was similar to an awards show and discuss some of the night’s biggest winners and losers. Read More »
What better way to celebrate the GOAT’s 50th birthday than to watch the best players in the world take turns dunking on each other? The midseason classic is here, the NBA All-Star Game, and I’ll be here all night live blogging the proceedings from inside of the Toyota Center in Houston. Read More »
Back once again. It’s NBA All-Star Weekend, which means traffic (and more traffic), some insane sneaker exhibits, and lots and lots of beautiful women flaunting skin all over the place. We have it all in Houston, and even though I just got into Texas earlier today, I have already taken in my fair share of the surroundings. Read More »
Is Jeremy Evans the most unknown NBA Slam Dunk Contest winner of all-time? It sure seems like it, and that’s probably because he’s played 129 minutes this season for Utah after playing 217 the year previous. His one, no-brainer skill is dunking, a feat that doesn’t lend itself to a major roll for coach Tyrone Corbin but is a centerpiece of this year’s 2013 NBA All-Star Game’s Slam Dunk Contest. Read More »
/ Feb 15, 2013 / 3:36 pm
Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving wouldn’t have to make much of a hard sell to claim he’s the best point guard of the NBA’s first half. For most of us, anyway â€” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra not included. The coach of the Eastern Conference All-Star team said Friday that Chris Bosh will join teammates Dwyane Wade and LeBron James as starters in Sunday’s showcase in Houston, with James playing point guard, keeping Irving out. Read More »