Breaking up is hard to do, but it's probably the best move for both Lance Stephenson and the Indiana Pacers. It's time for a change.
Paul George seemed to be destined for superstardom last season, but over the last 6 months, it's clear that our vision was premature.
Not exactly separated at birth, but Leonard and George are on parallel but unique paths through their careers.
In the wake of Paul George's concussion, health reporter and NBA blogger Dan Diamond thinks we all need to do a better job of learning and talking about these injuries.
Most Important Player: Miami Heat
Jack Maloney (@jmaloney9): LeBron James
I wrote before the last series that the most important player for the Heat is, and always will be, LeBron James. And
With his team leading by one point and the fourth quarter game-clock winding in his team’s thrilling Game 4 win over the Wizards, Roy Hibbert caught the ball three feet above the left block. Bodied ably by a game Nene, Indy’s embattled center took a left-handed dribble and two lumbering steps to the middle, pushing himself farther away from the basket. Uncomfortable shooting over his right shoulder from such a distance, Hibbert quickly gathered, pivoted, and flung an awkward 12-foot hook at the rim over the outstretched arms of his defender.
At the midway point of the fourth quarter of Game Four between the Pacers and Wizards, Paul George hit an and-one three that changed the course of the game.
Paul George is a big fan of better ingredients in his pizza.
This is the kind of play we were used to seeing a few months ago but has since vanished as the the Pacers fall deeper into despair. Today they're trying to avoid falling into a 1-3 series
Before I dive right into this countdown, there is something that absolutely needs to be noted: For the most part, the MVP has been a two-man race between Kevin Durant and LeBron James for the majority