/ Jun 17, 2013 / 10:45 am
Pro wrestling is fake. It is as fake as Game of Thrones and The Godfather and Les Misérables and every other form of non-reality entertainment.
Every pro wrestling fan over the age of 10 understands this, and still you can’t bring up wrestling in mixed company without somebody asking, “You know it’s fake, right?” like they’re doing you a favor. Read More »
Roy Hibbert is a true gamer. During this year’s Eastern Conference Finals, Hibbert was Miami’s kryptonite, averaging over 22 points and 10 rebounds per game. While Miami would go on to beat Indiana in seven games, that wouldn’t be enough to stop Roy from evolving into a prime-time player. Read More »
WOW. The No. 1 question we’ve been asked during these NBA Playoffs, especially after the now infamous EPIC DOUBLE FLOP, has been, “Why won’t the NBA fine Lebron James, Dwyane Wade and everyone else who is blatantly flopping?”
The time has officially arrived. Read More »
Last night’s Heat/Pacers playoff game was somehow, at the very same time, both tremendous and sickening. It was a thrilling, back and forth game, with big-time players making big-time plays in a tight, physical, heated contest.
But then there was also an irritating element that seemed to pervade the entire game, specifically the flopping. It would take some real nonsense to make this flop attempt from Lance Stephenson the second most ridiculous part of the night, but here you go. This play embodies just how utterly absurd the whole thing has become. Read More »
/ May 22, 2013 / 11:15 pm
A quick survey of the media on Twitter after this Norris Cole low blow on David West in the second half seems to show a general “Norris Cole has learned from Miami’s veterans” consensus.
Not sure how West can still breath, let alone play basketball after this: Read More »
After the Los Angeles Clippers‘ big men got mauled by the Grizzlies‘ duo of Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol in the first round of the NBA Playoffs, it became clear that they need to get bigger and tougher along their front line if they hope to compete in their conference (among other things).
The Clips are reportedly eyeing a certified front line warrior in the Pacers’ David West, a free agent once the season ends. Read More »
/ May 7, 2013 / 5:00 pm
The power forward position is without a doubt the most reliable position in the NBA. Most teams are going to struggle without a quality power forward to rely on when the going gets tough. When shots aren’t falling for the guards, power forwards are the guys to turn to. While centers primary focuses are rebounding and blocking shots, power forwards are relied on to do those things, and score in addition to that. Read More »
Kevin Durant (photo. Nike)
We’re not even through the first round of the NBA Playoffs and we’ve already seen game-winners, fights, sweeps, comebacks, and yes, monster highlights. The most amazing thing about this list you’re about to see isn’t necessarily that all of the plays came within the past two weeks, but that LeBron James doesn’t make one single appearance. Read More »
Last night in their easy Game 2 win over Atlanta, the Pacers had everything working. Paul George scored a playoff career-high 27 points, Gerald Green caught a couple of nasty dunks, and David West threw a pass that even Peyton Manning would approve of. Green finished off the play with another jam. Read More »
/ Mar 13, 2013 / 1:00 pm
The NBA is notorious for having a small number of teams with realistic championship expectations. While nearly half of the NFL can claim to be in the running, the NBA normally only has a handful of true contenders. Read More »