Somehow the San Antonio Spurs ended the first half up only six points after completely out-working Miami. And they were only up six thanks to this buzzer-beater from Gary Neal: Read More »
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The Court Grip Difference Make of the Week: Watch Jeff Green Beat Cleveland on a Game-Winning Buzzer-Beater
In the Cleveland Cavaliers huddle, with his team up one point and on defense with two seconds left in the game, we are almost positive that Byron Scott‘s message to his guys was definitely not, “Let Jeff Green drive right down the middle of the lane untouched for a layup to beat us.” Or maybe it was. Read More »
Let’s all wish a happy birthday to one of the greatest shots in all of basketball history. 15 years ago today, No. 13-seed Valparaiso’s Bryce Drew buried this iconic buzzer beater in Oklahoma City to upset 4-Seed Ole Miss in the first round of the 1998 NCAA Tournament. Read More »
If not for the force of nature that was Stephen Curry‘s offensive out of body experience in New York City last night, Monta Ellis‘ buzzer-beating, game-winner against the Houston Rockets would be the talk of the basketball world this morning. Read More »
It’s only 2:30 PM here on the east coast and there has already been a full day of great college basketball action. Right at the top was the wild Michigan/Wisconsin overtime tilt that ended a little while ago.
Watch this series from the end of regulation. First, Michigan’s Tim Hardaway Jr. hits a clutch, floating three to put his guys up three points with a just a few seconds left in the game. Then, Wisconsin‘s Ben Brust comes back with quite an answer: Read More »
Wow. There’s just nothing more that Michael Kidd-Gilchrist can do with this – he’s all over J.R. Smith, forcing him to his weak hand. Smith just makes a tough shot to win the game for the Knicks. And Smith’s antics after he hits the shot are hilarious: Read More »
Check out the ending of last night’s South Dakota State/North Dakota game. Down two after a UND player crumples under pressure at the foul line, SDSU comes down the floor as time ticks away searching for a final, good look.
Chad White doesn’t get that good look, but still drills the three with a hand in his face anyway: Read More »