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 [...] Continue Reading
Lil’ Chris loves to dress like me so I got him his own pair of kicks. #WornToAssist #FutureOfTheAssist pic.twitter.com/9VrLxSb8AL — Chris Paul (@CP3) April 18, 2014 Chris Paul’s son always seems to find the spotlight. On Thursday night, Chris Paul posted… Continue Reading
10: Goran Dragic- 20.4 points, 3.2 rebounds, 5.9 assists, 1.3 steals, 51% FG, 42% 3PT, 76% FT Maybe it’s fitting that the fairytale run that the Phoenix Suns are on this season is being spearheaded by a player nicknamed “The… Continue Reading
It wasn’t long ago that Goran Dragic was considered expendable. Jeff Hornacek made his intention to employ a two point guard backcourt of Dragic and summer trade prize Eric Bledsoe well-known before the season, but most league followers deemed that decision wildly optimistic and even outright naive.
With March Madness taking over the world, the NBA still has a place in the sporting world tonight with a few games on the docket. One of the better match-ups tonight is the selection for game of the night. The… Continue Reading
No team in the NBA has a more athletic front-court than the L.A. Clippers, and Doc Rivers sure has taken advantage of that. While Blake Griffin continues to expand his game and propel himself into the MVP conversation, DeAndre Jordan sticks to his guns by being the backbone of the teams defense and letting everyone else do the hard work for him on the offensive end. Continue Reading
After a weekend full of fun, the second half of the NBA regular season starts Tuesday night with nine games, the most anticipated of them all coming from the Staples Center when the Los Angeles Clippers host the San Antonio… Continue Reading
Chris Paul is Iron-Crutch Li, a man who made the most of a body that wasn’t his and restored life to others. Continue Reading
Somewhere between the time he jumped “over” a kia in 2011 and Chris Paul separated his shoulder on January 3rd, Blake Griffin’s game was taken for granted. Not his highlights, of course. The jaw-dropping dunks that made Griffin a superstar his rookie year came more frequently than ever. But the crux behind his eroding reputation as a player had as much to do with those posterizations and alley-oops as any sudden deficiencies. Was Griffin, he of dropping raw statistics for consecutive seasons, really much more than the league’s best dunker?
In a slow night across the Association, the best game was the most low-key, as the Suns went into Indiana and beat the Pacers in the only game not on national TV. Thanks to Goran Dragic’s 28 point, 7 assist… Continue Reading