Kobe Bryant will make his return Sunday night at home against the Toronto Raptors.
In which promises are kept
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Fair or unfair, the spot a player's drafted carries certain expectations, especially for a high draft pick.
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Talent wins in the NBA. Coaching, cohesion, health, and sheer luck are instrumental to a team's fortunes,
CJ Watson got locked in a bathroom on the Pacers' bus ride to San Antonio and being the good teammate that he is, Roy Hibbert sat down and filmed the whole thing.
In line with legions of potential-laden youngsters, the elusive ingredient John Wall lacked was consistency. After returning from a knee injury last season, Wall gave us a preview of just how devastating he could be when given the ability to harness his talent by pure exercise of will. Today, his floorsmanship is prestidigitation on 94x50 parameters. Basically, he's scary good. And he's only going to get better.
The Blazers and Suns took to twitter to poke a little fun at the Eastern Conference, and Rockets general manager Daryl Morey couldn't resist getting in on the action.
Instagram sure is a funny place. Unlike Twitter, there is no character limit and sometimes, things get out of control in the comments section. If you follow LeBron James, you'll probably have noticed that nearly every photo he posts ends up being a debate between a handful of people on whether or not he is as godly as he's made out to be.
Carmelo Anthony says he's a leader. He also says everybody's a leader. It's utopia up in here!
The Portland Trail Blazers had a great time at the Drake concert last night.