It was a disappointing night for J.R. Smith, but he still found a way to exit the NBA Finals in style. After the Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers to win the NBA championship, Smith left the building on a PhunkeeDuck Scooter. Normally, this would be a pretty fun way to exit, but Smith
Riley Curry continues to steal the show.
In a game changer of a move, the NBA announced that they will be offering a variety of new live game options which will be available for the 2015-16 season. Most importantly, as part of the offering the NBA League Pass will now include single game as well as team specific packages.
NBA Live is just a worse version of NBA 2k, clear and simple. But that hasn’t stopped them from coming out with the 16th installment of their video game series they just released a gameplay trailer for. Will NBA Live ever replace NBA 2k in basketball video game supremacy? Probably not. But that won’t stop
Lie Witness News is among the best segments to ever hit late night television.
Steph Curry has some of the better handles you will find, and before each game he pops over to the side of the court with two basketballs to practice it. It is hard to actually explain what he is doing, because he is just that damn good.
Joey Crawford got really angry at Timofey Mozgov during Game 4 of the NBA Finals. The Cavaliers’ 7-foot-1 center complained to Crawford after he was called for a shooting foul on Draymond Green. Crawford, who’s known for being the most obnoxious referee in the league, told Mozgov to do him a favor and shut up.
LeBron James hurt himself colliding with a cameraman during Game 4, and Nike brand manager Lynn Merritt was livid. Merritt blamed the incident on the cameraman for some reason, even though the guy was just doing his job. Since Merritt is LeBron’s brand manager (and LeBron is a probably considered a pretty big client), it’s
Cleveland meteorologist Mark Johnson is back, and he’s still not happy. You might remember Johnson from when he complained about non-calls on-air after Game 2. After Game 4, he took things to the next level by bringing a weed wacker and cinderblock on television with him as props. He complained again about non-calls, but this
Master agitator Matthew Dellavedova had some choice words for David Lee after the first quarter of Thursday night’s game, but Lee and Steph Curry were having none of it. Delly said something as he passed by and brushed up against Lee, causing both Lee and Curry give him a little push. If Delly was trying
Things didn’t exactly go LeBron James’ way during Game 4 of the NBA Finals on Thursday. James suffered a head injury when he collided with a camera man after being fouled by Andrew Bogut. After the incident, he was comforted by his mother. Suffering a head injury, losing 103-82 in Game 4, and having every
In 2001, LeBron James led his St. Vincent-St. Mary High School team to their second state title in two years. Fourteen years later, he’s shooting for his third NBA championship. James sat down with ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit as a high school sophomore and talked about his future goals. One of these goals was to reach