/ Oct 31, 2013 / 3:00 pm
With the season now officially underway, every team and every fan base — never mind there’s no hope for the Philadelphia and Phoenix fan bases until next July — believes their team has a shot at bringing the Larry O’Brien trophy and a parade to their city.
This is a fresh start for all 30 teams and all 433 players (yes I counted each name) in the NBA. One player who built up a following over the summer was Charlotte Bobcats forward Jeff Taylor. Read More »
Gone are the days where two NBA teams who straight-up didn’t like each other could get together and elevate their rivalry with a brawl. Good riddance. Those who enjoy watching titans inflict pain on each other can find plenty of other vices to quench their thirst for violence. In fact, there are entire weekends devoted to it, with the college and professional rankings of football dedicated to humans crashing into each other and hoping they hurt their opponent as much as they want to hurt them. Read More »
/ Oct 15, 2013 / 5:30 pm
The Internet has been throbbing with intrigue after the Chris Broussard Q & A with LeBron James for ESPN the Magazine dropped this morning. There is a lot to take in, so we’re giving you the 5 biggest things to glean from LeBron’s eye-opening gaze back on his first up-and-down decade in the NBA. Read More »
/ Oct 15, 2013 / 1:30 pm
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 Bobcats team slowly pulling itself up out of the NBA basement. Read More »
The relatively new Grizzlies owner Robert Pera has some game. He’s showed it off during practice with his Grizzlies squad, but this is taking confidence to a new place, one DE Greg Hardy can understand. The 35-year-old Ubiquiti Networks founder challenged Michael Jordan to a game of 1-on-1 on Twitter yesterday. Read More »
/ Oct 12, 2013 / 4:00 pm
Records are meant to be broken. This applies to all professional sports, as fans relish a player’s quest to make his mark in the record books. Before the dawn of League Pass or YouTube or televised games, fans could learn of a player’s dominance and value from the record books. Read More »
/ Oct 8, 2013 / 1:00 pm
Every year, diehard NBA fans look forward to a few things that surround the upcoming year other than the season itself.
We as fans have always looked forward to the national TV Schedule, Christmas games, our favorite team’s opening night matchups, when certain players or teams come to our town, when traded players or free agents who jumped ship travel back to the city they were on the year prior, the release of video games and the superstars and rookies’ ratings in them, fantasy drafts and so on and so on. Read More »
Recently, Pistons Hall-of-Famer Isiah Thomas stopped by the NBA TV “Open Court” set to answer some pointed questions from host Ernie Johnson. The first involved Thomas’decision to walk out early during the Pistons’ Game 4 loss in the Eastern Conference Finals after Michael Jordan and the Bulls swept the defending champs. Read More »
Lost amid the LeBron James and Kobe Bryant 1-on-1 section of Michael Jordan‘s now-well-publicized “uncensored” interview with Ahmad Rashad to promote the release of NBA 2K14, was the anecdote Jordan told about showing then-high school prep star O.J. Mayo the business. Mayo confirms Jordan’s re-telling and explains why he stoked the GOAT’s competitive fire. Read More »
We mentioned this earlier today, when Michael Jordan said he could take LeBron James and anyone else 1-on-1 in his prime (with that Kobe caveat), but now we’ve got the full interview in tandem with the release of the hotly anticipated NBA 2K14. Read More »