The Dallas Mavericks venture to the North Star State to face the Minnesota Timberwolves tonight, 7:00 CST. Vince Carter has been suspended for the game but the Mavs’ main attraction, the one called Dirk, is ready to go — he’ll match-up… Continue Reading
On Wednesday night, the Dallas Mavericks traveled to Oklahoma City to take on the Thunder. Behind the efforts of the usual suspects – Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and Serge Ibaka – the Thunder took home a comfortable 107-93 victory. It… Continue Reading
After losing their GM, Head Coach and star player this summer, no one really knew what to expect from the Denver Nuggets this season. Obviously no one expected them to match their output from last year, but there were differing… Continue Reading
The league slowed down last night, as it does every Thursday, for some marquee match-ups on TNT. We saw the Heat outlast the Clippers at home and the Lakers stun the Rockets in Houston, courtesy of St3v3 Blak3. Tonight, the… Continue Reading
Steve Blake drained a three-pointer over Dwight Howard with just 1.3 seconds remaining to defeat the Houston Rockets 99-98 in Houston on Thursday night. Blake Mamba: CLUTCH!
15-Footer time! What’s that? You wanted more free association? Well, my friend, you are in luck. Let Robby Kalland and myself drill deep into your subconscious with some basketball nuggets.
…do nuggets drill things? Whatever. IT’S WORD ASSOCIATION THERE ARE NO RULES. Continue Reading
I was tempted – really tempted, to go with the Houston Rockets – Los Angeles Lakers game as my Game of the Night pick. In the end, however, there is a great chance that half of the players on the… Continue Reading
The first week of FANtastic NBA action recently came to an end. There were plenty of exciting, surprising and memorable moments. In this week’s Saving the Skyhook Roundtable, we’re letting you know which moment from the first week of games… Continue Reading
For the 2nd time in three days, it’s the Golden State Warriors claiming the Pass of the Night. On Tuesday, it was Andre Iguodala for his mid-air, behind-the-back feed to David Lee against the Philadelphia 76ers. Last night, it was… Continue Reading
Heading into last summer’s draft, there was little doubt that the now-Pelicans were going to give Anthony Davis a one-way ticket to New Orleans. After him, all the signs were pointing towards history being made, with his Kentucky Wildcat teammate Michael Kidd-Gilchrist going to the Charlotte Bobcats with the second overall pick. Continue Reading