Golden State has pretty much everything you look for in a contender. But the one thing they are lacking is big man depth. And the little depth they do have took a hit on Saturday night when backup center Jermaine O’Neal went down with a knee injury.
Golden State is so desperate for bodies that they contemplated asking Brian Scalabrine to come out of retirement
Apologies for that speeding ticket rip city gotta be more careful with watching the speed limit my first and last one tho for sure — thomas robinson (@Trobinson0) October 27, 2013
Tyler Hansbrough was ready to fight last night until he discovered his opponent would be Metta World Peace
Tyler Hansbrough is known for little dirty tactics here and there. And once someone confronts him on the court about those tactics, Hansbrough is usually down to at least act like he’s ready to fight. On Monday night, Hansbrough had yet another chance to at least act like he was ready to fight, but then […]
After leading the Denver Nuggets to 57 wins, the third seed in the West Conference, and winning Coach of the Year, George Karl was unceremoniously fired by the Nuggets of the summer. One would think that NBA teams would be chomping at the bit to hire Karl, but he was unable to find a NBA […]
After Kevin Durant and Dwyane Wade sparred on Twitter about whether or not Wade is a top 10 player, there was speculation that the whole thing was a promotional stunt. Mainly because the two are paired against one another in those Gatorade ads.
LeBron James, the best basketball player on the planet, will be a free agent at the end of the upcoming season. And of course, the usual suspects are readying themselves to have both the cap space and the best potential to win to hopefully lure him their way. The Knicks will take a shot again, […]
With NBA training camps on the horizon, Sports Illustrated named its ranking of NBA players. During an interview with Cine Sport, Kevin Durant was read the top 10 which of course had LeBron James at #1 and himself at #2. Durant was fine with the majority of the top 10, but thought that the list […]
From ESPN: “Some members of the Miami Heat have been told the NBA is considering having them and the Brooklyn Nets wear “nickname jerseys” in at least one of their four matchups this season. The NBA has not announced the plan, but teams apparently have been aware of the likelihood of it happening for at […]
If you ask most people who they believed was the instrumental figure in helping Sacramento keep the Kings, the answer would be mayor Kevin Johnson. But according to a new book called Vagrant Kings, which covers the “drama-filled legacy” of the franchise, Johnson fought for keeping the Kings while secretly hating them.
From Sam Amico of Fox Sports Ohio: “One source familiar with [Andrew] Bynum’s progress told FOX Sports Ohio that Bynum is nowhere near ready and is likely to miss the entire preseason. He could, however, give it a go early in the regular season, if not for the opener Oct. 30 vs. the Brooklyn Nets.”