TAG: Gary Neal

NBA, Smack / Feb 20, 2014 / 1:10 pm

Bucks Send Bobcats Gary Neal & Luke Ridnour For Sessions & Adrien

Gary Neal, Ramon Sessions

ESPN’s Marc Stein and Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer both report the Bucks have sent Gary Neal and Luke Ridnour to the Bobcats in exchange for Ramon Sessions and Jeff Adrien. Read More »

NBA, Video / Dec 23, 2013 / 11:30 am

The NBA’s 10 Nastiest Crossovers Of 2013, Starring Kyrie Irving

Kyrie Irving

Kyrie Irving (Evan Habeeb/USA TODAY Sports)

You know you have handles when the NBA releases a “best of 2013″ video and you’re on the top 10 three times. But that’s the life for Kyrie Irving, a cat so smooth and nice with the rock that he can make dudes fall during All-Star Weekend… when no one is playing defense. Cleveland’s star isn’t the only one dropping people on this list. Everyone from Nate Robinson to Lance Stephenson (this past weekend) is bringing the goods. Read More »

GIFs, NBA, Video / Dec 14, 2013 / 1:00 am

Mike Dunleavy Banks In Game-Winning 3-Pointer Over The Bucks

Mike Dunleavy, Taj Gibson

The visiting Bulls were trailing 90-88 in Milwaukee with under 10 seconds left, when Mike Dunleavy opened up curling around a pair of screens at the top of the three-point line. Kirk Hinrich passed him the ball, and in one motion, he jacked up a three-pointer. The ball clanked hard off the glass, but ricocheted right through the cylinder to give the Bulls a crazy victory. Read More »

GIFs, NBA, Video / Nov 23, 2013 / 1:58 am

Spencer Hawes’ Fading, Off-Balance 3-Pointer To Force OT

Spencer Hawes

Down by three points Friday night, with just 1.1 seconds remaining, 7-1 Sixers center Spencer Hawes was the perfect choice to take the game-tying three-pointer. We know because his off-balance, leaner from the left corner rattled home, sending the game to OT and capping a remarkable Philadelphia comeback in the final minutes. Read More »

NBA / Jun 20, 2013 / 3:45 pm

5 Keys To A San Antonio Win Tonight In Game 7

Tim Duncan

Game 7. That’s all that needs to be said. It feels like every elimination game for LeBron in a Heat uniform has been with his legacy on the line, but in a way, this time it rings true. If LeBron loses tonight, he will have an underwhelming NBA Finals record of 1-3. However, if LBJ puts the team on his back and hoists the Larry O’Brien trophy after the buzzer sounds, the self-proclaimed “2-Time Champion” arrogance will be perceived as greatness. Read More »

GIFs, NBA / Jun 18, 2013 / 10:04 pm

Dwyane Wade Blitzes Gary Neal With a Tough Euro Step and Bucket

dwyane wade euro step

Is there anyone better at the “Euro Step” in the NBA than Dwyane Wade? He drops it on defenders in games so often that he’s making “how to” videos for the move.

Check it out the one he put on Gary Neal tonight: Read More »

NBA, Smack / Jun 12, 2013 / 10:30 am

Watch All 16 Of San Antonio’s NBA Finals Record-Breaking Three-Pointers Last Night

Danny Green

Danny Green made seven. Gary Neal hit six. Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker contributed three more. All in all, it felt like a game of NBA 2K14 on easy for the Spurs, setting a NBA Finals record with 16 made three-pointers in a 113-77 blowout win over Miami in Game 3. Read More »

NBA, Video / Jun 11, 2013 / 10:32 pm

Video: Gary Neal Drills a Buzzer-Beater Three to End the First Half

gary neal buzzer beater

Somehow the San Antonio Spurs ended the first half up only six points after completely out-working Miami. And they were only up six thanks to this buzzer-beater from Gary Neal: Read More »

Court Grip Difference Maker of the Week: Stephen Curry’s Sick Dribble Moves put the Spurs on Skates

stephen curry crossover

Stutter steps, spins, crossovers, step-back jumpers – watch Stephen Curry hit the Spurs’ Gary Neal with the full rapid fire buffet on this clip. So sick. Read More »

Smack / Dec 11, 2012 / 12:44 am

Miami Shoots The Nets Off Against Atlanta; The Spurs Beat Linsanity

LeBron James

If you checked out Miami’s 101-92 win against the Hawks last night, then you probably heard this statistic more than once: Atlanta had not allowed a single team to shoot above 50 percent against them all season. Impressive. Fittingly, they went into South Beach and got blitzed by 58 percent shooting from the Heat, including big nights from LeBron James (27 points, six missed shots), Dwyane Wade (26 points, two missed shots) and Norris Cole (10 points and zero missed shots). Read More »