All superstars aren't created equal.
Kobe Bryant isn't Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul not James Harden, and Kevin Durant hardly LeBron James. That's no slight to anyone; these are basketball's true elite. But the specific individual merits of a given player always differ from those of any other, even though they're never alone in their place on the basketball food chain. That's true of all NBA players, but especially pertinent concerning those at the very top of the pyramid.
RUSSELL WESTBROOK BACK. BECAUSE HE'S A TIME-TRAVELING ASTRONAUT FROM THE FUTURE.
It may be Sunday and technically football season, but it's also Sunday and there are several games worth your while. You could go out and be productive with your Sunday evening, but after I spent all
So, it turns out that NBA players don't like it when you take away their starting jobs. Who knew?
Last night, we were treated to two powerhouse games, Chicago Bulls vs. New York Knicks and L.A. Clippers vs. Golden State Warriors, and what better way to break them down than with Lion Face/Lemon Face: The feature that looks the best and worst headlines of the night.
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.
Stephen Curry may be 25, but he still gets IDed at R-Rated movies.
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.