The Charlotte Hornets (god, it’s never going to get old saying that) made their triumphant return to the NBA on Wednesday, and, in perhaps a sign of things to come, they sent their long-suffering fan base home with big ol’ shit-eating grins instead of a Bobcats-esque bummer. If you recall, the Hornets (then Bobcats) made
Ummm, nope. pic.twitter.com/knSPEREmUA — Seth Pollack (@sethpo) October 30, 2014 I don’t even know where to begin with this. As you can see, the point of the above infographic is to show players who have averaged 30 points per game, 5 assists, 50% field goal shooting and 40% 3-point shooting. Unfortunately, none of the players
We all say dumb stuff on Twitter and other social from time to time. Really dumb stuff. And NBA players are not immune to this. To prove it, Redditor/intrepid investigator Jewishdoggy searched key words and some of the NBA’s biggest stars to find some regrettable tweets from days when today’s stars weren’t quite as popular.
In case you missed it, Dirk Nowitzki straight fell down — twice, hard, and in almost the same spot — last night against the San Antonio Spurs. Both times, Boris Diaw drove right past him into the lane. Diaw didn’t put much of a move on him, so many people chalked it up to wet
Isaiah Thomas is a point guard who is most-known for being the NBA’s version of Mr. Irrelevant, but also as someone who defied all expectations in becoming a 20-points-per-game scorer with the Sacramento Kings. Thomas, or “IT”, as he is called, signed a 4-year, $27 million contract with the Phoenix Suns this off season, and
The Indiana Pacers and Philadelphia 76ers will face off tonight in the first of many unwatchable games this NBA season. The 76ers have a lot of players on their roster who you’ve never heard of. The Pacers have more players you’ve heard of, but many of them are injured, so a bunch of guys you’ve