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Free Agency, NBA / Jul 10, 2013 / 5:00 pm

The 20 Worst NBA Contracts Ever

Stephon Marbury

Stephon Marbury

Today marks the end of the NBA’s self-imposed moratorium, which means all the rumored signings and trades can now become official. (July 1 marked when teams could start talking to free agents and come to terms on handshake deals.) Free agency is one of the most exciting parts of the NBA offseason; fans watch anxiously to see what new players may soon suit up for them. Read More »

NBA, NBA Draft, Style - Kicks and Gear / Jun 27, 2013 / 2:30 pm

The 10 Biggest Wardrobe Fails in NBA Draft History

Jalen Rose

Every year on NBA Draft night, the players invited to the green room dress to impress for their Kodak moment. While none of these guys strive to embarrass themselves on their special night, there have been a handful over the years that have made embarrassing wardrobe decisions. Read More »

Smack / Apr 27, 2011 / 2:21 am

More Evidence That Kobe Is Actually The One Playing Iron Man; Indiana Has Gone Fishin’

Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bryant (photo. Chris Sembrot)

Hey Kobe Bryant, weren’t you supposed to be injured? If Chris Paul is the master of flopping and drawing ridiculous fouls than KB is the ultimate injury-milker. L.A. dodged a bullet in Game 5 against the Hornets, withstood a lights-out start from N.O. to run away by 16 in the second half. L.A. dominated inside with Andrew Bynum (18 points, 10 rebounds), and after an explosive first quarter where we thought he might even top his Game 4 numbers, CP slowed down … Read More »

College, NBA, NBA Draft / Apr 26, 2011 / 11:00 am

1997 NBA Draft Do-Over

Tim Duncan

Tim Duncan

The 1997 NBA Draft is one of the worst in the history of the NBA. And that’s what makes this do-over so hard. There was no doubt that Tim Duncan would be selected at No. 1 by the Spurs, but after that it was anyone’s guess. And when you see some of the players taken in the Lottery, you’ll know what I’m talking about. Read More »

NBA / Oct 22, 2010 / 5:30 pm

Dallas Mavericks 2010-11 NBA Season Preview

(photo. Fort Worth Star-Telegram)

As the NBA regular season approaches, we preview the upcoming campaign with the “Highs and Lows” system — predicting the respective ceiling and basement for each team.

Added: Tyson Chandler, Dominique Jones, Steve Novak, Ian Mahinmi, Brian Cardinal, Alexis Ajinca

Lost: Erick Dampier, Tim Thomas, Ed Najera, Matt Carroll Read More »

Smack / Sep 17, 2010 / 1:28 am

Celtics and Heat gear up for 7-game showdown

Kevin Garnett

Kevin Garnett, Dime #30

Apparently the Celtics and Heat are in a competition to set the record for having the most players in training camp and under contract. Yesterday the Celtics extended camp invites to Mario West (Hawks), Stephane Lasme (UMass), Chris Johnson (LSU) and Jamar Smith (Southern Indiana), bringing their preliminary roster count to approximately 47. It’s gonna look like ABCD Camp the first few days before Doc Rivers starts making cuts … With every new guy Boston brings in, Luke Harangody has to be getting more nervous. He’s likely going to be the slowest, least-athletic guy in camp, which is bad if you’re 12th in line, but worse if you’re 20th in line. Read More »

Smack / Aug 10, 2010 / 12:05 am

Noah decides to shut it down; Iverson isn’t getting a choice

Joakim Noah

Joakim Noah (photo. Monte Isom)

In a couple of days we’ll have plenty of reasons to be distracted from an NBA free agency/trade “frenzy” that is suddenly moving slower than Skee-Lo‘s last album sales. The World Basketball Festival kicks off in NYC on Thursday, where we’ll get an up-close look at Team USA, France, China, Brazil and Puerto Rico in a series of scrimmages and exhibition games, among a million other things going on for the big four-day weekend … Joakim Noah won’t be there playing for Team France, as he’s decided to take the summer off while trying to avoid injury. He also won’t be stepping off curbs, using knives at home, or showering the rest of the summer just to be safe … Read More »

Video / Jan 6, 2010 / 12:30 pm

Adam Morrison And Tim Thomas Share An Awkward High-Five

Adam Morrison is either awkward or has a weird sense of humor. A couple of nights ago during a Lakers blowout against the Mavs in the fourth quarter, Tim Thomas was on the free throw line. After making his first free throw, Thomas went to high-five teammate Kris Humphries, but instead, Morrison reached out and high-fived Thomas. Maybe Morrison wasn’t paying attention or maybe he just wanted to be funny -either way it was hilarious. The best is watching Phil Jackson’s reaction to the Morrison’s actions. This is the funniest high-five exchange at the free throw line next to Andrew Bogut high-fiving his imaginary teammates a few years back.

Smack / Dec 21, 2009 / 6:06 am

Lord Willin’

Brandon Roy

Brandon Roy (photo. Aaron Hewitt)

D-Wade had three forces working against him on Sunday: nagging injuries that Martell Webster seemed bent on turning into major injuries, a red-hot Brandon Roy in fourth-quarter takeover mode wearing a Reggie Miller mask, and, apparently, the big man upstairs being a Blazers fan. “The basketball Gods didn’t want us to win this one,” Wade said after the Heat lost at home to Portland … Over the last four and a half minutes of a nip/tuck ballgame, B-Roy scored 11 points on 4-of-4 shooting with a pair of threes and a free throw. Usually when Roy (28 pts, 11-14 FG, 8 asts) is going ballistic, he’s mixing his defender up and knifing into the lane from all angles, getting layups with either hand. This time he was icing outside jumpers with Wade right in his face. Read More »

NBA / Dec 14, 2009 / 9:00 am

What I Learned from the NBA Last Week

Dirk Nowitzki

Working at Dime Magazine, a ton of headlines, news and opinions pass through our website each week. Everyday a new story breaks and we change our focus to the next game on the schedule. Friday was hectic for us at Dime, as we worked to get our site back up and running. Now that we are back online, I took the time to reflect on what the NBA taught me last week. Read More »