How do the Miami Heat get even better? According to Dwyane Wade, it's all about the numbers.
In honoring his teammates by hosting Thanksgiving for them, LeBron James is doing the ancient Greeks proud and solidifying his position as the NBA's Zeus.
Consecutive championships and record-setting regular seasons later, it's sometimes hard to remember the time when many wondered whether LeBron James and Dwyane Wade could ever successfully coexist. But James and Wade tossed that concern aside what seems like for good a couple seasons ago, specifically one year after its tipping point in that vexing loss to Dallas in the 2011 Finals. The following campaign was the original months-long showcase of ball-movement, cutting, pace, and space that's come to mark Miami's distinct identity in its quest for a three-peat.
15-Footer time! 11 games, including an ESPN doubleheader. What a great way to spend a Friday evening, right? ...right?!
The season's still early, but our writers have OPINIONS. And these OPINIONS will be heard, DAMMIT.
Here's what the Paroxysm crew learned from the first week or so of the 2013-14 regular season.
15-Footer time! What's that? You wanted more free association? Well, my friend, you are in luck. Let Robby Kalland and myself drill deep into your subconscious with some basketball nuggets.
...do nuggets drill things? Whatever. IT'S WORD ASSOCIATION THERE ARE NO RULES.
15-Footer time! Can we interest you in some free association?
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
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.