Steve Nash‘s documentary series in conjunction with Grantland, “The Finish Line,” has been incredible behind-the-scenes look at the two-time MVP as he comes up on the end of his Hall-of-Fame career. Episode 4 might be the best yet when Nash reunites with his former Mavs partner, Dirk Nowitzki, to discuss what could have been if Nash had re-signed with the Mavericks. Read More »
Steve Nash (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)
Entering Tuesday night’s game against the visiting Rockets, Steve Nash needed just five more assists to pass Mark Jackson for third place for career NBA assists.
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In what has been possibly Nash’s most difficult season as a pro, the two-time MVP made sure he got credit on his final dish to Jodie Meeks for the breakaway dunk. Read More »
This is why we watch.
The Madness received its nickname from the craziness that surrounds the NCAA tournament. While millions of confident fans predict brackets, there are almost always multiple cross-outs and red “Xs” by the tournament’s end (and usually well before). These are due to the numerous upsets that occur in the tournament each year. Underdogs beat favorites and even become “Cinderella” stories on some occasions, making for some of the most memorable sports moments of all time. Read More »
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh (photo. David Alvarez)
The 2014 NBA Draft has seen an enormous amount of hype, if it yields anything less than three or four future stars, it will be considered a disappointment. Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker, Joel Embiid, Dante Exum and Julius Randle highlight a cast of talented youngsters. Assuming some of these NBA hopefuls reach their ceilings, we could be looking back at this draft class as one of the best ever. Read More »
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As an NBA fan, there is nothing worse than watching a boring basketball game. Every few years we get lucky to witness a team that displays an absurd amount of showmanship on the court; a current example is “The Lob City” Clippers. In a sport that is played at a fast pace, we have seen teams throughout the years elevating the excitement on the court. I counted down the most exciting teams in NBA history. Read More »
Allen Iverson No. 3 Jersey (Eric Hartline/USA TODAY Sports)
The Philadelphia 76ers retired Allen Iverson‘s No. 3 jersey at halftime on Saturday night with the Wizards in town. A bespectacled AI wearing a bucket hat told the assembled 20,000 throng of ardent AI onlookers, “They all wanted me to talk about how much y’all loved me, but trust me, the feeling was mutual.” Read More »
Steve Nash (Bob Donnan/US PRESSWIRE)
The 2014 All-Star Game was missing the floppy-haired Canadian that’s spent the last two February breaks resting an often broken down 40-year-old body. While Steve Nash might not be as spry as he’d like â€” certainly episode 1 of “The Finish Line” showed us that â€” he’s still got his good cheer. In a 2014 All-Star game that saw more combined points than ever before, Steve Nash lamented the lack of defense. Read More »
If you haven’t already, you really need to watch episode 1 of Steve Nash‘s amazing behind-the-scenes look at his rehab on the precipice of retirement at 40 years of age in “The Finish Line.” You’ll get a little choked up if you love Nash as much as we do, and the access he gave Bill Simmons and Grantland for the personal look is astounding. But that’s what makes friend Baron Davis and his own imitation clip, “The Comeback,” so hysterical. Read More »
Steve Nash is one of the most insightful athletes in the NBA. He always has been. Anyone who’s ever spent time with the man, from Bill Simmons to yours truly, will tell you that. But even the smartest player in the league can’t beat Father Time and this season has been a bust for the former two-time MVP. He’s played in only 10 games, averaging less than 23 minutes while uncharacteristically shooting 36 percent from the floor. Read More »
Kendall Marshall (Kirby Lee/USA TODAY Sports)
Basketball demands we break down its players not just by stats, but by the time and place they occur. That’s not the case in NBA fantasy hoops, though, where cold calculations rule the day and the matchup. Who are the Fantasy Doctor’s choices for this week’s best pickups? Hit the jump to find out. Read More »