Career-highs. Clutch shots. Kobe dunking. Triple doubles. Comebacks. More injuries. Circus shots. The woeful Nets. It's Lion Face/Lemon Face. Let's. Get. It.
The Golden State Warriors scored over two points per possession in the fourth quarter. Because, you know, why not?
Kobe Bryant has a new commercial out with soccer star Lionel Messi.
Anthony Davis is out 4-6 weeks with a broken bone in his left hand, which reminds us that no player's career is a perfect arc, regardless of how pristine we might envision it.
Paul George wants to be the best small forward in the league -- and he's fine with doing it at the cost of his opponents.
Last season's second round match-up between the Golden State Warriors and San Antonio Spurs may as well just be referred to as, "The Harrison Barnes Coming Out Party." In those six games, he was a headache for Gregg Popovich. But why, after having a solid-but-unspectacular rookie season, did Barnes explode in those six games?
High school basketball in Indiana has a storied history and has always been referred to as an unofficial religion of sorts. From being glorified in movies such as “Hooisers”, high school basketball
Last night should have been a boring night in the NBA, but it was far from it. We had a team work their way back to .500 for the first time in...ages. We had a triple overtime game, which doesn't happen very often. We had a game-winning jumper from one of the oldest men in the world. We had a huge upset out in Utah. We had a ridiculously fun game between the two best teams in the NBA, which also featured a career night from one of its youngest stars. So yeah, it was kind of awesome.
How do the Miami Heat get even better? According to Dwyane Wade, it's all about the numbers.
In which the Knicks lose and New York City traps Jordan.