DeMar DeRozan isn’t known for having a nasty handle, but he can break out a killer crossover every now and then. Last night in Philly, in the midst of DeRozan’s 33-point night, he dropped a sick dribble move on the baseline that had James Anderson swiping at air. Then Toronto’s leading scorer finished over the top of Spencer Hawes at the rim. Read More »
Philadelphia 76ers guard James Anderson played hero tonight in Philadelphia, knocking down a three-pointer with 6.6 seconds remaining against Houston to tie the score at 106. With Jeremy Lin draped all over him, Anderson knocked it down and the game headed to overtime. Read More »
Isn’t this usually what the Denver Nuggets do to other teams? This play happened on Saturday night, but in case you missed it, you need to watch it now. A Houston Rockets fast break that ends with James Andersondunking right through Evan Fournier‘s face for the and-one. Poor Evan was set up to take a charge – that’s what you get for trying to be a gamer. Read More »
The San Antonio Spurs were a surprisingly effective offensive NBA team last season. Though their window of opportunity is quickly closing, a prolonged offseason should be good rest for its two elderly stars. While the team as a whole is fairly fantasy-friendly, there are only three truly valuable fantasy assets. But don’t overlook some of the younger players who bring something to the table. Read More »
While exhibition games are cool, there’s nothing quite like basketball in league form. And with the NBA on hold, this month’s “Lockout League” at Impact Basketball in Las Vegas brought us the next best thing. With that, check out the full recap from our friends at Hoopmixtape. Enjoy!
What was Spurs rookie James Anderson thinking? Sure it wasn’t Blake Griffin coming his way, but perhaps he forgot that Eric Gordon was invited to the NBA Slam Dunk Contest last year. Also, check out his dunk on Tim Duncan that no one’s talking about after the jump.
While I was at the NBA Rookie Photo Shoot in August, I was able to get up with all 40 NBA rookies in attendance and ask them each five questions. All 30 first rounders were there (except No. 17 Kevin Seraphin who was getting his visa), as well as 10 second round picks and undrafted Jeremy Lin. Watch as they tell DimeTV who their pick is for Rookie of the Year.
While I was at the NBA Rookie Photo Shoot in August, I was able to get up with all 40 NBA rookies in attendance and ask them each five questions. All 30 first rounders were there (except No. 17 Kevin Seraphin who was getting his visa), as well as 10 second round picks and undrafted Jeremy Lin. Watch as they tell DimeTV one thing that most people don’t know about them.