The 12-25 Utah Jazz overcame a monster game by Kevin Durant who had 48 points, 7 rebounds and 4 steals to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 112-101. Despite having a stupendous game Durant was handed a bit of humility when Derrick Favors dunked on Durant so hard that he fell to the floor.
The Sacramento Kings pulled off an improbable win against the upstart Portland Trailblazers on Tuesday night and to celebrate they pulled off a wonderful videobomb. As DeMarcus Cousins was being interviewed after his marvelous 35-point, 13-rebound night teammate Quincy Acy carries Isaiah Thomas like he was a newborn baby in the background. Great win and
Dwyane Wade probably lobbed this alley-oop a little too high, but it didn’t freaking matter because LeBron went up and got it. James was outstretched and hammered home this spectacular slam dunk against the New Orleans Pelicans.
Reports are that the NBA warned, but did not fine J.R. Smith for untying Shawn Marion’s left shoe during a game. So if he did get off scot-free he is really pushing his luck because on Tuesday night he was back attempting to untie shoes. Tonight’s near victim was Gregg Monroe of the Detroit Pistons.
“International diplomat” Dennis Rodman led a group of former NBA players including Kenny Anderson, Vin Baker and Cliff Robinson to North Korea to play a basketball game in honor of Kim Jong Un’s birthday. While promoting his basketball game he was interviewed by Chris Cuomo on CNN and went on a massive tirade. Cuomo questioned
Atlanta Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer showed his displeasure with his team’s performance by tossing his clipboard. Unfortunately NBA referee Haywoode Workman was in the path of Budenholzer’s tirade. Wrong place. Wrong time.
Phoenix Suns high-flyer Gerald Green loves to get in those passing lanes to cause complete chaos and he was at it again on Saturday against the Milwaukee Bucks. Green intercepted two passes and turned them into magnificent windmill dunks. He powered the Suns to a 116-100 win and finished with a season-high 24 points and
It would be amazing if Kobe Bryant would follow you on Twitter, but alas you are most likely not one of the lucky 852 that Black Mamba allows into his social media world. However don’t feel too bad because not even his teammates can get a follow and they are forced to beg for a
ESPN is reporting that the Knicks have discussed the idea of proposing a trade to the Clippers that would send Carmelo Anthony to Los Angeles in exchange for Blake Griffin. Sources also say that Clippers management has had internal discussions about such a deal, but neither team have spoken to one another about a potential
Golden State’s seven-game winning streak seemed as though it was going end at seven games with the Atlanta Hawks up 100-98 with only 3.2 seconds left. Then Andre Iguodala stepped up big time. After inbounding the ball to Stephen Curry, the sharpshooter then returned it to Iguodala after being double-teamed where he nailed the game-winning
Poor Samuel Dalembert never had a chance.
Reporters were hoping to speak to Kobe Bryant before Friday night’s Lakers game against the Utah Jazz, unfortunately the Black Mamba was not available. Luckily Nick Young was there to fill in for Kobe and answer all their questions about the Los Angeles Lakers legend with all his Swaggy P greatness. [TBL]