Ray Allen was considered a traitor by many when he left Boston. But has he discovered a new type of loyalty in the player movement era?
Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra is one of the NBA’s best minds, using his personnel to the full extent of their abilities. The Heat have a non-traditional offense, and with it comes wacky sets, interchangeable pieces and myriad scoring options on every play. To illustrate this, let’s break down this action Miami loves to run, and that we will likely see against the San Antonio Spurs in the 2014 NBA Finals.
The last time the Minnesota Timberwolves were in the playoffs, Facebook was three months old.
As the Heat dispatched the Nets last night, the contrast between LeBron James and his elder counterparts in Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett couldn't be starker. (Guest post by Evans Clinchy)
Drake isn't scared of Kevin Garnett and the Brooklyn Nets.
A guest post by Evans Clinchy who asks: why do we still want to watch hopeless teams play?
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There's a strain of perverse glee that can intoxicate us whenever we see a fringe player reach the creaky end of their career. How depraved can the statistics get, exactly?
There are three matchups on Tuesday night this week in the NBA, one of them being a game between two playoff teams in New York City as the Brooklyn Nets will be hosting the Houston Rockets at the Barclays
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Kevin Garnett out again tonight.
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Normally a 37-year
Ed. Note: We're very pleased to have the opportunity to bring you a one-on-one interview with Chris Douglas-Roberts. Longtime friend of the site, Fred Katz, had a lengthy chat over the phone with CDR this week. We've broken it up into three parts; this is the third part.