Everyone was going nuts about the Stephen Curry Show last night (and rightfully so). The Spurs, because they’re the Spurs, weathered the storm and eventually choked out Golden State in double overtime.
Leading the charge? Manu Ginobili. First he turned back the clock with this massive (for him) dunk, then in winning time, he took advantage of being left wide open to plunge this game-winning three into the hearts of the Warriors: Read More »
No LeBron James, no Dwyane Wade, in San Antonio? No problem. Like we said here, it was Chris Bosh Time in Texas yesterday afternoon.
Watch here as Bosh drills the game-winning three from the top of the key after everyone in the arena decides to go with Ray Allen on the ball screen: Read More »
How this for a capper to Kyrie Irving‘s 33-point, 5-rebound, 6-assist, 4-steal, 3-block night agains the Bobcats? Read More »
/ Aug 10, 2012 / 1:30 pm
Deep breath. Deep breath. Don’t let that anger or jubilation or frustration boil over too much. Everyone’s ecstatic that the Dwightmare is finally over, but no one’s too pleased that the Los Angeles Lakers, once again, reeled in the best center in the league. George Mikan, Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Shaq, Andrew Bynum, now Dwight Howard. But it’s not really over, because, as ESPN’s Marc Stein put it last night on SportsCenter, he wants to “test drive” Los Angeles. Read More »