LeBron James’ departure from Cleveland seems to have set off a reaction in the NBA. After LeBron officially left his hometown team, in what was seen by many as the ultimate betrayal, other stars have been not-so-subtly expressing their desire for a change of location.
Yeah, we’re talking about That Dude in Miami, but no, it’s not Rick Ross. For a brief moment on Sunday, Dwyane Wade took LeBron‘s spot as the NBA’s biggest lightning rod for criticism before avoiding the full brunt of an big controversy … Wade was initially quoted in an interview saying, “If we lose a couple in a row this season, it will be like the World Trade is coming down again.” Not long after that hit the airwaves, though, the news source in question retracted and admitted Wade was misquoted. Read More »
You knew this was coming: Once D-Wade, LeBron and Bosh essentially formed a super-squad on their own, accusations of tampering and collusion would arise. NBA owners will reportedly meet today to check it out and determine whether there was something shady going on between the three superstars — which Bosh didn’t help when he slipped up and said he and ‘Bron and Wade had been talking about a collaboration for “months.” Rules aside, though, what’s really wrong with players talking about whether they’d like to play together? Read More »
2010 NBA Draft prospects Evan Turner, Greg Monroe, Ekpe Udoh, Al-Farouq Aminu, Ed Davis, Patrick Patterson, Xavier Henry, Paul George and Luke Babbitt tell DimeTV their favorite basketball movie of all time.
One of the most exciting days for basketball fans has finally arrived. After 364 days of waiting, we will finally find out where the cream of the crop of college and international talent will be buying their parents new homes. Who will wait the longest in the Green Room? Who will Jay Bilas incorrectly deem the next bust? Who will make the worst fashion faux pas on the biggest night of their life? (Our vote’s for DeMarcus Cousins).
While the answers to those questions remain unclear, we surveyed every Lottery team’s top bloggers and asked them to answer two questions about tonight’s NBA Draft: Read More »
2010 NBA Draft prospects Evan Turner, Greg Monroe, Ekpe Udoh, Al-Farouq Aminu, Ed Davis, Patrick Patterson, Xavier Henry, Paul George and Luke Babbitt tell DimeTV who they would have play them in a movie.
2010 NBA Draft prospects Evan Turner, Greg Monroe, Ekpe Udoh, Al-Farouq Aminu, Ed Davis, Xavier Henry, Paul George and Luke Babbitt tell DimeTV the first thing they’re going to buy after being drafted.