Kevin Garnett proves that he can still lay it down with this big dunk over Kenneth Faried. After receiving a timely pass from Shaun Livingston in transition during the first quarter of Tuesday’s Nets vs. Nuggets game, KG showed that he still has the legs to run the floor on the break and finish strong at the rim. Read More »
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We’re less than a month into the 2013-14 NBA season, but the New York Knicks have already seen a year’s worth of negative storylines. They’ve quickly plummeted to the bottom of a bad Atlantic Division; J.R. Smith has been up to his usual antics (a five-game suspension to start the season followed by a $25,000 fine for threatening tweets towards Brandon Jennings); there have been chants calling for the firing of Mike Woodson at recent home games; and Carmelo Anthony accused the team of “not even trying” after the 20-point loss to the Hawks last Saturday night. Read More »
The movie Friday, the 1995 stoner flick featuring Ice Cube and Chris Tucker, has become a cult classic over the years. I wanted to begin with a nice quote from the movie, but they all read like a Matt Barnes tweet. Anyway, the film surrounds a 16-hour period in which two unemployed bums (Craig and Smokey, played by Cube and Tucker respectively) must pay a local drug dealer $200 or risk facing his wrath. Read More »
Curb Your Enthusiasm star and Seinfeld creator Larry David was sitting courtside in Madison Square Garden on Sunday when the Spurs blew out the Knicks by 31 points. His aggrieved expression makes it seem like he’s filming a new scene for Curb, but the Knicks are really just a calamity right now, and it’s hard to smile if you’re a fan. Things might be getting even worse, too. Read More »
From Greg Oden to DeMar DeRozan, here are the 10 best dunks from the games that didn’t count to get you excited for tomorrow night. Read More »
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, the mile high Denver Nuggets. Read More »
Today Kenneth Faried, Jrue Holiday and Harrison Barnes debuted a new TV commercial — “Quick is Everywhere” — for the recently released adidas Crazy Ghost. This ad will begin airing next week, and features ballers from basically every level showcasing how important quickness is, from your first step to your handle to your defense. Read More »
Today, adidas officially unveiled the Crazy Ghost basketball sneaker, a lightweight shoe that features the innovative Crazyquick outsole traction system. The SPRINTWEB is also here, redesigned into three layers to reduce weight and enhance breathability. An internal fit system provides lockdown during cuts, and the herringbone print on the collar and the anodized synthetic on the toe give a stylized touch. Read More »
Historically, this has been one of the most competitive positions in the entire NBA. The power forward position might not have had the iconic and celebrated figures like Michael Jordan, Wilt Chamberlain and Magic Johnson but they have more than held their place in history: Karl Malone, Charles Barkley, Elvin Hayes and Kevin McHale, not to mention the recent duo of Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett who are both sure-fire first-ballot Hall of Famers. Read More »
Nothing gets us going in the Dime offices like a good ol’ fashioned debate, and the best debates are the ones that get heated. Trying to rate the best dunkers in the league is unanimously impossible. Do you want style? Force? Does a big man get points taken away? If a player is an epic dunker in warmups, does that count?
Back in the day, we had Vince Carter and there was no denying what type of dunker he was. But in the current NBA, outside of perhaps one or two guys, you could make a case for anyone. Read More »