Andrew Wiggins, Aaron Gordon, and Zach LaVine are three of the most explosive athletes in the league. We can say that with utmost confidence even though they’ve yet to partake in a regular season or let alone exhibition NBA game – leapers like this are obviously few and far, far between. Wiggins, Gordon, and LaVine have dazzled with memorable dunks in high school, college, and Summer League, stoking the possible fire of a sorely needed All-Star Weekend dunk contest revival.
Who would win this surely epic battle? The folks at Ballislife compiled an awesome video of Wiggins, Gordon, and LaVine’s high-flying antics to help you decide. Read More »
/ Jul 6, 2014 / 2:15 pm
Aaron Gordon (photo. Ashok Gamer YouTube)
Nick Johnson’s dunk over Timothy Ohlbrecht on the opening day of competition in Orlando could prove to be the dunk of Summer League. His former University of Arizona teammate, Aaron Gordon, had a block that was just as if not more impressive. Read More »
The Orlando Magic have selected Arizona forward Aaron Gordon with the fourth pick of the 2014 NBA Draft. Read More »
Yahoo Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski reports that Noah Vonleh’s draft stock is falling and Aaron Gordon’s is rising. Read More »
This marks the last mock before the 2014 NBA Draft begins tonight. While there continues to be a ton of activity, even at the front of the draft, these are the best guesses as to the order each player will be selected and which team will acquire them. Based off all the chatter so far, we’re bound to see some huge changes before it’s all said and done, though. Read More »
/ Jun 24, 2014 / 3:45 pm
Aaron Gordon (Richard Mackson, USATODAY Sports)
Basketball is entertaining. And some of its best moments are the impressive and ferocious dunks that take place on a nightly basis. On Thursday, the 2014 draft class will make its way into the league, which means there will be a whole new set of talented dunkers to take the Association by storm.
In honor of Thursday night’s NBA Draft, we rank the 10 best dunkers that this class has to offer. Read More »
This is the second Dime Mock Draft since the lottery gifted Cleveland with their third No. 1 pick in four years. Except, as we’ve recently heard, the Sixers are hoping to add Andrew Wiggins to their run-and-gun offense that’s got an opening on the wing. With No. 1 still up in the air, the rest of the lottery and first round is likewise shrouded in mystery. We attempt to open the curtains in our fifth mock draft. Read More »
When UCLA freshman Zach LaVine declared for the 2014 NBA Draft, many were skeptical about whether the young man had the polish needed to play at the next level, especially when considering his lone — rather desultory — year with the Bruins. During a recent workout with the Lakers, LaVine proved he’s certainly athletic enough to play at the highest level. Read More »
Leading up to the 2014 NBA Draft – in the stretch run now, we are going to preview each team in the lottery for their needs. Taking a look at the teams individual strengths, weaknesses, roster, and what prospects would fit in with the current and future plans. Read More »
Even with his now-famous daughter Mallory Edens as a representative, Bucks co-owner Wesley Edens only got the second pick, and new Cavs GM David Griffin, with Nick Gilbert‘s bow tie in his pocket, were awarded the top selection setting off a firestorm of conspiracy theories since it was their third No. 1 in four years. More importantly, how does this change Dime‘s mock draft? Read More »