Lance Stephenson (Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports)
After Roy Hibbert‘s comments about some selfish dudes, following Indiana’s loss in Washington this past Friday, the roiling animosity in the Pacers’ locker-room was on more visceral display during San Antonio’s 103-77 win in Indiana yesterday. Pacers teammates Lance Stephenson and George Hill had to be physically separated after a verbal altercation during a second half timeout yesterday. Ruh roh. Read More »
/ Feb 10, 2014 / 11:30 pm
Pacers big man Roy Hibbert had four blocks and a double-double on Monday night as the Pacers destroyed the visiting Nuggets, 119-80. Because of his all-around game, Fox Sports Indiana’s Brooke Olzendam interviewed him on the court after the game. That’s when Lance Stephenson, Paul George and George Hill unleashed a two-part videobomb Hibbert couldn’t ignore no matter how hard he tried. Read More »
Christmas Day games in the NBA always feature some incredible sneakers. From Nike to Under Armour, here’s a quick preview of what we know players will be wearing tomorrow on the big day. Read More »
Damian Lillard adidas Crazyquick PE (photo. Instagram.com/damianlillard)
It’s no surprise that NBA players are some of the biggest sneakerheads in the world. You can see them rocking the most exclusive kicks on a daily basis, in part because they’re always around the culture and, more importantly, because they can get basically anything they want. And thanks to Instagram, we’re getting a better look now at what’s on their feet than ever before. Read More »
/ Oct 25, 2013 / 3:45 pm
Paul George, Danny Granger (photo. Instagram/paul_george24)
With the start of the 2013-14 NBA season rapidly approaching, we thought it only fair to share what makes each team so exciting. Ontologically speaking, all 30 teams deserve our eyeballs this season. Even disastrous lineups still present oodles of plays, personalities, highlights and headaches. Here are five things to keep in mind for each team before flipping the channel.
Next up, a Pacers team that significantly improved their bench. Read More »
/ Oct 2, 2013 / 3:00 pm
Damian Lillard (photo. Aaron Hewitt)
The engine and brains of an NBA starting lineup rest with the point guard â€” the orchestrator â€” and the complementary role often belongs to the shooting guard. When the two talents fit, an NBA backcourt is a bad place to get caught up against on either end of the floor.
With the season right around the corner, and after dropping knowledge on the 15 best frontcourts in the NBA, let’s take a look at a few backcourts that will rank at the top of the league. Read More »
Russell Westbrook (photo. Rob Hammer)
While all of America is gearing up for fantasy football, we here at Dime believe that it’s never too early for fantasy basketball draft preparation. Over the next couple weeks, we’ll be breaking down each position into tiers, starting with one of the deepest in today’s game. Read More »
The NBA Playoffs are a show and the players understand that. Roy Hibbert said it best: If you’re going to the podium every night, “You have to be dressed really well.” But even Roy described some of his teammates’ fashion choices as “outlandish.” Unfortunately for some guys, their on-court decision-making does not translate to picking out their pregame and postgame attire. Read More »
Reggie Miller described this block as LeBron James going to the “summit” of the mountain to get to to George Hill‘s fast break sure bucket.
LeBron was able to elevate like this just a few minutes after tweaking his ankle: Read More »
/ Apr 25, 2013 / 12:35 am
Mid-way through the fourth quarter of last night’s Thunder/Rockets game, Oklahoma City was up 15 at one point and for a minute Houston looked like they were just trying to stay in touch. Russell Westbrook (29 points) was slashing to the cup, Serge Ibaka was knocking down mid-range jumpers and Kevin Martin was pump-faking everyone in red to stick wide open threes. It was about to be bad for Houston. But then a crazy mix of James Harden (36 points), Patrick Beverley and Carlos Delfino happened, Read More »