Errick McCollum — older brother of Portland Trail Blazer C.J. — is the leading scorer in the the Chinese Basketball Association, averaging 38.1 points per game (well, technically he’s tied for the lead with Willie Warren).
You already saw the tease, now here’s the full segment of Marshawn Lynch and Rob Gronkowski playing Mortal Kombat X with Conan O’Brien.
TNT play-by-play announcer Kevin Harlan took one for the broadcast team Thursday night, absorbing the blow of a runaway basketball during the Bulls-Lakers game.
This failed alley-oop attempt by the Los Angeles Lakers was just about the only thing that went horribly awry in a 59-point half against the Chicago Bulls.
One-handed football catcher extraordinaire Odell Beckham Jr. did another extraordinary football catching thing today, snagging 33 footballs with one hand in the span of a minute.
The Cleveland Cavaliers make their annual trip to Minneapolis on Saturday to face the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Nothing brightens up the doldrums of January in the NBA like a random 50-point game, and this month has provided three such instances.
In case you missed it, Klay Thompson set the NBA record for most points scored in a single quarter after putting up 37 points in the third quarter of Friday night’s game against the Sacramento Kings.
After Klay Thompson torched the Sacramento Kings on Friday for 37 points in the third quarter (and 52 points overall), you had to assume the record-breaking heat check would get the NBA Jam “On Fire” homage it deserved.
How’s that for an enticing headline? Don’t worry, the story gets better.
The shackles are officially off Derrick Rose, and with Jimmy Butler sidelined due to illness Tuesday night, it was up to the former MVP to carry a larger offensive load for the Bulls against the Golden State Warriors.
This probably won’t go down in history as a particularly great moment in rap history, but it’s still Jimmy friggin’ McNulty (real name: Dominic West) — real British accent and all — spittin’ hot fire on SBTV‘s latest “Warm Up Sessions”.