Kevin Durant was doing Kevin Durant things last night, finishing with 46 points on 17-25(!!!) shooting. Plus, he added 5 rebounds and 4 assists as the Thunder defeated the Trail Blazers to take the Northwest
The Sacramento Kings slaughtered the Cleveland Cavaliers last night, 124-80, thanks in part to another solid night from Rudy Gay, who finished with 20 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists. Even more impressive,
Tonight’s options for Game of the Night were a little limited since there were only three games on the NBA schedule. The Minnesota/San Antonio game looks tasty, but it might be a little too predictable.
On nickname night, the Brooklyn Nets - lead by "Tippy Toe" Joe Johnson - knocked off the Heat in a thrilling, double overtime affair. Couple thoughts on the nicknames. First, I thought it was a cool
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It’s been well-documented - Rudy Gay just isn’t efficient, they say. He can’t shoot
Only four of the fifteen teams in the Eastern Conference can currently say they are by definition above average. Nevermind that this is pretty pathetic and instead focus your attention on the fact that
After knocking off the Miami Heat in surprising fashion on Friday night, the Sacramento Kings faced another tough test Sunday, as the took on the San Antonio Spurs.
Despite putting up a valiant effort,
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Let's play pretend for a moment by imagining that I'm an employee at any old office or place of business. Say that I'm
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Well, just when we thought the biggest news of the night would be the return of the Black
Rudy Gay paced the Toronto Raptors with 17 points in Friday night's 96-88 victory over the Washington Wizards. The 27-year-old also had one of the biggest defensive plays of the game, blocking Nenê's