Not sure where Aaron Brooks was going with this one.
Note to NBA players: once the ball is inbounds, just pass it to someone else and then ask for it back. Hopping out of bounds and passing the ball in again is against the rules.
Kevin Durant is sitting out Monday night’s Thunder-Timberwolves game with a sprained big toe on his left foot, so you know what that means: it’s the Dion Waiters Show (ft. Perry Jones, III) in OKC.
Just like they drew it up in practice, right?
The New York Knicks are like the Las Vegas of the NBA these days: you don’t go to Vegas, you end up in Vegas. Even then, some folks get spit out before casting their first chip.
Most of the talk about Friday night’s Bulls-Blazers game focused — rightfully so — on the epic point guard battle waged between Derrick Rose and Damian Lillard. Lillard poured in 35 points while Rose scored 31, his first 30-point game since March 2012 (yeah, it’s been awhile).
Fresh off a last-second loss to the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday, the Orlando Magic wandered into Staples Center and promptly got their doors blown off by the Los Angeles Clippers, 114-86.
Wednesday night presented the best opportunity for the winless Sixers to get avoid the worst opening record in NBA history.
Ladies and gentlemen, your 2014-15 New York Knickerbockers!
It’s Tuesday, which means Brandon Knight is out there embarrassing himself again. This time, unlike previous instances, he has nobody to blame but himself. [Reddit]
Milwaukee Bucks forward Larry Sanders had a potentially all-time “Shaqtin’ a Fool” moment Friday night when he recovered a jump ball and made a move towards his own basket as if to score. Fortunately, Sanders realized his mistake (while head coach Jason Kidd looked on in horror) and reversed course towards the appropriate end of
These news bloopers compilations never get old.