We have talked about New York Knicks guard Raymond Felton’s gun charges here on multiple occasions.. We also talked about how new Knicks president Phil Jackson doesn’t plan on keeping Felton around for next season. With all that being said, Felton now has a reason to be happy for once.
The Miami Heat raised some eyebrows last off-season when they signed Michael Beasley to an one-year deal. The Heat hoped that Beasley would crack the rotation and give some much-needed scoring off the bench. Well none of that happened as Beasley played a meaningless role during the playoffs. One person who was disappointed with Beasley’s focus […]
Creighton University, forward Doug McDermott is slated to be drafted in the first round of the NBA Draft next week. McDermott has been known to be a top-notch scorer and had to a chance to display his shooting ability. McDermott played in a game of horse against 99 competitors sponsor by M&M’s.
San Antonio Spurs owner Peter Holt has been waiting for this day since 1999. After watching his Spurs win its 5th NBA title in team history, Holt was ready to address a certain individual. When the Spurs won its first title in 1999, it came under criticisms because it was during the lockout season. One of […]
Julius Randle’s health has been the hot topic among the potential NBA lottery picks the past few weeks. After reports came out about him needing foot surgery, Randle made it clear that he doesn’t need surgery and didn’t know where that story came from.
As we all know, Team USA coach Jurgen Klinsmann created a firestorm when he announced his roster for the World Cup a few weeks ago. Most people were upset that longtime USA captain Landon Donovan was left off the team. While explaining his reasoning on why he left Donovan off the team, Klinsmann threw Bryant under the […]
Oklahoma City Thunder forward and NBA MVP Kevin Durant is not scheduled to become a free agent until 2016. While that seems far away, that hasn’t stop some teams from looking ahead. One of those teams is supposedly the New York Knicks.
Andrew Bogut says the Clippers and Warriors had historic protest planned if Donald Sterling's punishment wasn't harsh
Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut is back in Australia recovering from injuries that kept him out of the NBA playoffs. Even though Bogut wasn’t playing, he was still on the sideline watching his teammates take on the Los Angeles Clippers. As we all know, Donald Sterling’s antics was a dark cloud that hovered over that series which the players admitted. […]
With so much action happening on the court in regards in LeBron James, it should be surprising that there is also action going on off it as well.
The search for the next head coach of the New York Knicks has new team president Phil Jackson shaking his head. He thought he had a deal with Steve Kerr, but Kerr ultimately decided to take the Golden State Warriors job.