TAG: fans

College, D-League, NBA Draft / Jun 27, 2014 / 11:45 am

The 5 Biggest Winners In The 2014 NBA Draft

Adam Silver, Dante Exum

The 2014 NBA Draft has come and gone. There were cheers, tears, surprises and more flashy suits than you can count on one hand. Most importantly, however, Thursday night served as a key stepping stone for the league’s 30 teams as they attempted to improve their rosters and take the next step up in the NBA’s hierarchy. It was also an opportunity to showcase where this future talent comes from and share origin stories that can only warm the heart. Read More »

GIFs / Jun 18, 2014 / 10:45 am

Video: Spurs Fan Falls Out Of Truck After Finals Win

San Antonio Spurs fans

After the Spurs captured their fifth title in franchise history, the fans in San Antonio obviously celebrated — hard. One fan, riding in the back of the truck (pro-tip: don’t do that), took a hard fall after their Game 5 win, which was caught on video. Read More »

GIFs, Twitter / May 1, 2014 / 12:09 am

GIF: Raptors Fan Denied When He Goes In For A Kiss

Raptors Fan

During the Toronto Raptors’s exciting Game 5 win to take a 3-2 series lead over the Brooklyn Nets, one young Raptors fan probably wasn’t as pumped up as most of his Toronto brethren. That’s because he got caught on the broadcast going in to smooch a woman in the seat next to him, only to be summarily rejected. Read More »

NBA / Feb 21, 2014 / 12:30 pm

A Complete Guide To The NBA’s Worst Types Of Fans

Damian Lillard

Basketball fans are a large and proud nation. If you’re reading this article it’s because you’d rather be dabbling in some basketball related topic on Dimemag then toiling through your work day. I’m all too familiar with this type of procrastination; I’d rather chase down a current rumor, fire out another tweet, or read a column then come back to a reality where my mind isn’t focused on sports. Read More »

NBA, Video / Jun 6, 2012 / 8:00 am

Video: Fan Tells Losing Miami “Good Job, Good Effort”


ESPN play-by-plan man Mike Breen aptly described Miami’s American Airlines Arena after the Heat’s Game 5 loss, when he said it had gone silent in the moments after. Sitting courtside, though, didn’t let him hear the dialogue from the most starworthy teen fan since Jeffrey Maier stole a Yankees home run in 1996. Read More »