Back in the day when he was an emerging star in the Italian League with Kinder Bologna, Manu Ginobili was known for his explosive athleticism. Over the years, that aspect of his game gave way to overwhelming craft and guile, but as we saw in the first half tonight, he can still bring the thunder when the moment calls for it: Read More »
This was just one of Kevin Durant‘s many, many buckets last night, but this one’s a stand out. Omer Asik is a mountain. KD not only dunks right over him like it’s nothing, but check out the final replay: Durant’s hand and the entire basketball are completely above the box on the backboard: Read More »
Have you ever dreamt of running the break and tossing an alley-oop to Blake Griffin [LIKE THIS] or getting an assist from Deron Williams? Red Bull is giving you the chance to win these once-in-a-lifetime experiences with two of their NBA All-Star athletes with their brand new Red Bull Showcase contest. Read More »
The Golden State Warriors did some clowning on the San Antonio Spurs last night. First there was the ridiculous buffet of moves that Stephen Curry handed out, now check out this Harrison Barnes dunk.
HB blows by his man and then elevates in the lane to put one on Aron Baynes. The Warriors’ announcers’ brains almost melt, but our favorite part has to be the fans they show sitting courtside. One guy is so excited he’s involuntarily rocking back and forth: Read More »
LeBron James‘ self-oop dunk off the backboard last night wasn’t quite as smooth as THIS crazy college one or even Andre Iguodala‘s from earlier in the year, but this is still pretty crazy. (We’re so desensitized to what James does every single night, the world takes moves like this for granted.)
Watch as ‘Bron gets hung up when Monta Ellis plays the pass on this 2-v-1 fast break. James has no choice but to put it off glass to himself: Read More »
Isn’t this usually what the Denver Nuggets do to other teams? This play happened on Saturday night, but in case you missed it, you need to watch it now. A Houston Rockets fast break that ends with James Anderson dunking right through Evan Fournier‘s face for the and-one. Poor Evan was set up to take a charge – that’s what you get for trying to be a gamer. Read More »
While Brooklyn was getting owned by Nazr Mohammed on TNT last night, the University of Detroit’s Doug Anderson was blowing things up on ESPN in the college dunk contest. Read More »
Like the rest of the basketball world, we’re sure you’re glued to this Miami Heat/Chicago Bulls game on on ESPN. However this thing turns out, the one thing that is certain is that the Bulls are giving LeBron James & Co. everything they can handle.