Shaquille O’Neal was an unstoppable force when he played in the NBA back in the day. If you could successfully throw it to him within 5 feet of the basket, it was basically a guaranteed two points. And it turns out Shaq is still pretty strong. So strong in fact, that he lifts Chris Webber
When it rains, it pours. And the Hawks are caught in the middle of a monsoon right now. With just under two minutes remaining in the second quarter, Timofey Mozgov screened for Kyrie Irving, leaving Al Horford no choice but no leave Mozgov to help on Irving. That left Millsap to rotate onto Mozgov, but
Lebron James started off Game 3 by going 0-for-10. He made sure that wasn’t happening again. This is what makes James the best player in the universe. He read the passing lane, made the no-look-pass to Iman Shumpert, and leaked out in the full court for the tomahawk jam. He literally did everything on this
Our guys + @entouragemovie — doesn't get better than this!! Pre game at 8pmET and more during the post game show. pic.twitter.com/GPvv1O0tkX — NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) May 27, 2015 The publicity blitz for the Entourage movie is reaching a fever pitch as some key cast members from the movie showed up for Game 4 of
The Rockets went up by as much as 25 points last night, but things weren’t all fun and games. In the midst of a third quarter Warrior comeback, Dwight Howard swung an elbow at Andrew Bogut’s head, and received a flagrant one as a result. Bogut might have pushed Howard first, but Howard definitely overreacted
Baron Davis is everywhere these days, and the latest appearance from the NBA free agent is on the big screen.
Minnesota Timberwolves guard Zach LaVine recently showed off his impressive hops by converting full-court alley-oops with a football.
Ever stop and ask yourself “hey, I wonder what Scot Pollard is up to these days”? Well, good news, fans of everyone’s favorite drug-promoting former NBA baller.
Entourage premiered on HBO as a little-known series with a widely unrecognizable cast in 2004 and while the first season featured a host of big-time guest starring celebrities in Mark Wahlberg, Larry David and Scarlett Johansson, among others, the show was far from a powerful presence in Hollywood.
The Clippers may have recently been eliminated from the playoffs due to their shocking collapse at the hands of the Houston Rockets but it seems like some of the team’s players have taken their defeat in stride.
When it comes to playoff schedules, the NBA has made some concessions over the last couple seasons, allowing for flexible start dates for the conference semifinals and finals, along with reverting back to a 2-2-1-1-1 format for the NBA Finals.
The memo in players lockers last night. A video posted by Calvin Watkins (@calwatkins) on May 26, 2015 at 7:49am PDT The Houston Rockets were able to beat the Golden State Warriors on Monday night to keep their playoff hopes alive and they returned to their locker room to find an amusing little memento.