The Los Angeles Clippers pulled off a memorable comeback against the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game Four, and it was thanks to Chris Paul's defense.
The San Antonio Spurs have effectively shut down the vaunted offense of the Portland Trail Blazers through two games -- and it's thanks to Tiago Splitter.
Since the D-League's inception in 2001, it has been picked on, ridiculed, looked down on and tossed aside like old news. Only eight teams existed back; a sure fire difference from the 17 we see now. Players who competed night in, night out in the National Basketball Association’s minor league weren’t treated with respect; rather, the general consensus was that if you were in the D-League, you’re holding onto a childhood dream.
Recent Rockets history isn't that great when the team wins 54+ games, and 2014 was no exception. Today we remember the Houston Rockets.
The Charlotte Bobcats' season might be over, but unlike the last time they made the playoffs, there's hope moving forward.
The New Orleans Pelicans made a big decision on draft night last summer. Packaging their lottery pick (or Nerlens Noel, as it turned out to be) in a deal for All-Star Jrue Holiday set them on a fast rebuilding track, one quite different from the likes of the 76ers, Bucks and Jazz.
Only three teams in NBA playoff history have gone on to win a best-of-seven series after losing their first two games at home: the 1968-1969 L.A. Lakers, the 1993-1994 Houston Rockets, and the 2004-2005 Dallas Mavericks. That's it -- that's the list.
In another Western Conference slugfest that went down to the wire, Tony Allen was the unsung hero of the evening.
The Warriors won the first game of their opening round series against the Clippers on Saturday afternoon, but the folks in L.A. shouldn't be too concerned. After all, it's not every day that their bench combines for 26 points on 8-for-30 shooting from the floor [...]
Four words that sends Twitter into a frenzy: Steph. Curry. Heat. Check.