Two nights ago, Derrick Rose made his first regular season appearance since his knee injury back in the 2012 playoffs. It wasn't the prettiest game, both for Rose and the Bulls. Rose finished with just
Hello, and welcome to "Giannis Watch." In this recurring post, we will keep tabs on Milwaukee Bucks rookie, Giannis Antetokounmpo. (Yes, I can now spell his full name without looking it up. #FLEX)
Only two games on the docket tonight, but expect a bounty of three-pointers from at least 3 of the 4 teams playing.
The NBA is set to roll out select data generated by its SportVU camera-based tracking system on Friday, but those who expect easy answers are sadly mistaken.
Apparently this is how they get ready for their season openers in Toronto.
Last night's hectic night of NBA action was opening night for every team who didn't play Wednesday night, which was all but six teams. Two of those teams starting their seasons last night were the Milwaukee
[caption id="attachment_6869" align="alignright" width="300"] Oct 30, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry (30) pounds his chest after a three point basket against the
Stephen Curry may be 25, but he still gets IDed at R-Rated movies.
Another night of FANtastic NBA action in the books. We saw the Philadelphia 76ers stun the Miami Heat, the Minnesota Timberwolves knock off the Orlando Magic in an overtime thriller, and the return of
Carter-Williams electrified a Philadelphia 76ers crowd—one that's still confident their team's plateau is 16 wins— to the tune of four treys, 12 assists and one solitary turnover. He also broke the record for most steals in a debut game with an alarming nine. You know, just for good measure.