Every fall, 2K Sports blesses hoop fans across the country with their release of the latest NBA 2K video game. As anticipation builds, gamers are anxious to find out where their favorite players rank in the game’s newest version. Read More »
TAG: Kawhi Leonard
Remember when Steph Curry dropped 54 at MSG? Or when Paul George went head-to-head and shot-for-shot with LeBron? How about when James Harden finally made a name for himself as one of the premier players in the league? Those were all moments when great players made “the leap” to star players. Read More »
It helps having enormous hands. With Miami threatening to blow Game 7 open in the middle of the third quarter, Kawhi Leonard made something that was straight out of Michael Jordan‘s playbook. Driving past Ray Allen, the forward drew a foul and then somehow flipped in a shot without even looking. Read More »
Watch as Kawhi Leonard detonates a dunk right on Mike Miller‘s face from tonight’s Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
In typical Leonard fashion, he never even changed his facial expression after lighting up Miller. He’s a proud undergrad at the Tim Duncan School of Behaving Like an Android.
Here’s the dunk: Read More »
Gregg Popovich‘s act can sometimes border on cartoonish, but it’s a welcome jolt of personality in the NBA. It also helps that he’s one of the greatest coaches in basketball history – he can get away with a lot.
Check out his answer today when he was asked about Khawi Leonard‘s confidence level in the NBA Finals: Read More »
Check out the NBA’s picks for the Top 5 Plays from last night’s two playoff games. Various Knicks‘ swats make it in, but curiously not this beast Tyson Chandler destruction of a Tyler Hansbrough sure bucket.
Check out huge dunks from Paul George, Kawhi Leonard and more: Read More »
Charles Barkley called it. Kawhi Leonard was going to have a big night, needed to have a big night for San Antonio to win. He delivered, going for 17 points and seven boards and this nasty Statue Of Liberty dunk on Harrison Barnes‘ face. Read More »
Casual fans outside of the West Coast might not know it but right next to Orlando and Dwight Howard stand Portland and Raymond Felton as cities who revile their former player. A quick recap: In Felton’s lone season as a Trail Blazer (a shortened one, at that) he pissed people off by being out of shape and for his penchant to dribble the ball off his own foot out of bounds. When he realized he was being cast as the villain in a bad 2012 season, he didn’t exactly reach over the side of the boat to pull coach Nate McMillan back in before his firing. Read More »