TAG: Gary Forbes

Smack / Jul 5, 2012 / 11:59 pm

Jason Kidd’s Double-Clutch Fakes Out Dallas; Brandon Roy Is Back

Jason Kidd

We think it’s unfair to make jokes about Jason Kidd playing with a cane now that he’s agreed to a three-year deal worth reportedly $9 million to return to Dallas. Wait, what’s that? Oh, he changed his mind three hours later to play with the Knicks. That about-face was the story of the NBA on Thursday in what has become even more of an old guards’ league. Free agency so far has been a job fair where only old point guards have shown up, and everyone’s fighting over them. Note to the draft class of 2013: Help wanted if you’re a point guard. Read More »

Fantasy Doctor, NBA / Mar 29, 2012 / 11:00 am

Daily Fantasy Basketball Diagnosis: 3.29

Kevin Love

Beast of the Night: Kevin Love continued his hot streak with 40 points, 19 rebounds, four assists and four three-pointers. He shot 45 percent (14-31) from the field and 80 percent (8-10) from the free-throw line, and had two turnovers. In his last four games, Love is averaging 37.3 points, 16.3 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 1.0 steal, 2.0 blocks and 4.0 threes, the best fantasy numbers in the league during that time period. Read More »

Featured Gallery, Video / Sep 26, 2011 / 10:30 am

The Battle For I-95: Highlights From The Team Philly vs. Team Melo Showdown

We told you about the game, but if you weren’t one of the 8,722 people that made it into the Palestra yesterday, see what went down. And make sure you check after the jump for some raw footage of LeBron James going off 43 points and 23 rebounds in the game, and the Top 10 plays from the night.

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Fantasy Doctor, NBA / Sep 23, 2011 / 11:00 am

NBA Fantasy Team Analysis: The Denver Nuggets

Ty Lawson

With three contributing players inked to overseas deals that may prevent them from rejoining the NBA in the 2011-12 regular season (should it exist) and with at least two significant free agents to re-sign, the Denver Nuggets make for an intriguing study from a fantasy basketball perspective. While all that means the Nuggets will likely have fewer fantasy assets than they did last season, it might open things up for other players on the team. Let’s take a glance at the potential fallout. Read More »

Video / Aug 15, 2011 / 10:30 am

Gary Forbes Drops 78 Points At The Greater Hartford Pro-Am

It seems like Gary Forbes has been playing everywhere in New York this summer. So why not leave NYC and do some work at the Greater Hartford Pro-Am? Well, 78 points later, that’s exactly what he did. Oh yeah, and UConn’s Jeremy Lamb had 63 in this game in the loss.

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NBA / Mar 14, 2011 / 11:00 am

Dime Q&A: Gary Forbes Talks About Life In Denver After ‘Melo

Gary Forbes

Two minutes one night, 22 minutes the next. Denver Nuggets rookie Gary Forbes has literally been battling for playing time all year long. Despite not logging the most consistent minutes, the UMass grad has made the most of what time Coach George Karl has given him. Averaging 4.9 points in 12 minutes per game, including eight outbursts of 10 or more points and a career-high 19-point outing against New York earlier this season, Forbes is ready. After a recent practice, we got the chance to hop on the phone with Forbes to talk about life in the Mile-High City after ‘Melo, his journey to the NBA and more. Read More »

Smack / Dec 17, 2010 / 3:03 am

Manu of the Match: Ginobili is the hero in another instant classic

While the NBA was still buzzing from the Knicks/Celtics craziness, the Nuggets and Spurs went out and topped the East Coasters in terms of sheer insanity and drama at the end. And their game included what was possibly the best in-game dunk we’ve seen since Shawn Kemp was rocking Kamikazes … The Nuggets had a slim lead early in the fourth quarter before Manu Ginobili went off. He got wide open on a backdoor cut for a layup, hit a step-back jumper that looked a lot like the dagger he delivered against Milwaukee, then drained a three to put San Antonio seemingly in command. Read More »

D-League / Apr 9, 2009 / 9:31 am

Hot Hand List: The Top 10 D-League Players

DeMarcus Nelson

Around the Dime HQ, the weeks after March Madness are all about appreciating the passion of college ball, cheerleaders, Gus Johnson, and NBA projections. Around this time last year, opinions about Dukie DeMarcus Nelson‘s NBA future were mixed. But Nelson is proving doubters wrong now, as he’s tearing up the Development League and looks poised to get back to the big show. Read More »