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NBA, Smack / May 16, 2013 / 11:07 pm

Tyson Chandler Destroys Tyler Hansbrough’s Layup Into The Stands

Tyson Chandler

If Indiana learned anything tonight, it was to not test Tyson Chandler. The big man has really struggled all year long and in New York’s 10-point Game 5 win, he recorded more fouls (five) than combined blocks and points (four). Read More »

Smack / Apr 6, 2013 / 1:34 am

Carmelo Anthony Has 131 Points In 3 Games; The Lakers Get A Last-Second Win

Carmelo Anthony

If you made Carmelo Anthony into a Mortal Kombat character, he’d have it all. You could give him some knives, a couple of devastating 360 kicks, maybe even fire-breathing capabilities. But as all gamers know, no matter how nasty you are at putting characters on their asses, you still have to save your energy… can’t be in there button mashing. That’s the only thing New Yorkers are worried about right now. Read More »

NBA, NBA Draft / Mar 20, 2013 / 1:00 pm

2009 NBA Draft Do-Over

Blake covers Dime #49

“What ifs” in sports can run deeper than still waters. What can be a simple question or proposition on the surface, may also result in major changes to a player or players’ careers and, in some instances, even swing titles. Read More »

Smack / Feb 27, 2013 / 1:16 am

Warriors & Pacers Brawl Spills Into The Stands; LeBron Goes Absolutely Crazy

David West

It wasn’t exactly reaching Malice at the Palace levels, but the brawl that spilled into the stands last night during Indiana’s 108-97 win over the Warriors will certainly result in some special spankings from the league office. And you’re never gonna believe this, but David West was right in the middle of it. Read More »

Smack / Feb 24, 2013 / 1:25 am

Dwyane Wade Passes A Scoring Milestone; An Indiana All-Star Makes His Season Debut

Dwyane Wade

Without drama, how can you even get excited? That’s how we felt watching the Heat roll over Philly last night, doing it so effortlessly in the second half that not even Andrew Bynum‘s new haircut could get us going. In the Heat’s 114-90 win, the third quarter wasn’t even fair. Miami hit the hosts with a 15-3 run, and had LeBron (16 points, 10 rebounds, 11 assists) and Dwyane Wade (33 points) rolling: making the extra pass, hitting from midrange, the entire offense flowed like water. Read More »

NBA, Video / Jan 21, 2013 / 3:34 pm

Tyler Hansbrough Throws Down A Strong Follow Through

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NBA / Jan 15, 2013 / 11:30 am

5 Benches That Could Hold Back NBA Playoff Contenders

Mike Miller

What makes San Antonio so frustrating for opponents and fun to watch for us, the fans, is the parallel personnel magic GM R.C. Buford and coach Gregg Popovich┬áseem to always have working. Read More »

Smack / Nov 15, 2012 / 1:41 am

The Clippers Destroy The Defending Champs; Rudy Gay Makes A Statement Against OKC

Jamal Crawford

It’s not every day you see the defending champs get completely outclassed. But it happened in the Staples Center last night as the Clippers rolled over the Heat, 107-100. The game was never that close – a late Miami run turned what was nearly a 20-point game into a more respectable score. But it was obvious, especially in the second half, that Miami has real problems with L.A.’s size and athleticism. Blake Griffin went for 20 and 14, Chris Paul (16 points, 10 dimes) dominated a third quarter stretch that put the game away by scoring the last 13 Clipper points of the quarter, garnering “CP3!” chants from the crowd, and Jamal Crawford led the team with 22 points while adding four or five ankle tendons to his collection of victims at home … Read More »

NBA, Video / Nov 7, 2012 / 10:30 pm

Video: Lou Williams Smashes a Dunk on Tyler Hansbrough

lou williams dunk on tyler hansbrough

Playing the role of Jeff Teague (a small Hawks guard viciously dunking on opposing big men) tonight is Lou Williams.

Watch him get Psycho T here: Read More »

Smack / Nov 3, 2012 / 1:33 am

James Harden And Jeremy Lin Burn Down Atlanta; The Bobcats End An Epic Streak

James Harden

We don’t know anything concrete about the future of this season – our crystal ball broke a few weeks ago and the Ouija board was tossed long ago. We have our ideas – here’s who we think will take home MVP – but we don’t know, for example whether this Houston Rockets team will contend in the Western Conference. This team will, however, be fun to watch. It’s like this is an “Out to Prove Ourselves” multi-city, national stadium tour sweeping across America. Read More »