Rick Carlisle is apparently an excellent problem solver that does not enjoy writing $25,000 checks.
During a quick shoot-around in Boston before Game 4, LeBron James showed off his throwing arm by effortlessly tossing in a full court shot. We had to watch the video a few times to see if it was fake, as it seemed almost too perfect. [NBA Vine]
Was it an elaborate stunt organized by the 1991-92 Kentucky basketball team? Are they still really pissed at Grant Hill for his gorgeous inbound pass to Christian Laettner in the 1992 NCAA Tournament Regional Final?
In an intriguing marketing effort for the tantalizing NBA Playoffs, the league released designs for NBA title rings for all 16 playoff teams.
Four months ago, the Dallas Mavericks acquired guard Rajon Rondo from the Boston Celtics and the move was widely applauded by the heavy majority of Mavs fans, leading many to gush over a bright future.
The Clippers and Spurs went into overtime on Wednesday night in one of the more entertaining Playoff games of 2015, but the length of the game isn’t an excuse if Mike Woodson is really eating halfway through the second quarter. As you can see from the video, Mike Woodson who is a Clippers assistant coach,
It’s about time that the Mavericks capitalized on one of the more amusing NBA photos in recent memory.
The official NBA YouTube page is cranking out some great content this year, and the latest to drop is a compilation of the top 10 buzzer beaters from the 2014-2015 season.
J.J. Watt is certainly a crowd-pleaser. The highly popular Houston Texans defensive end is among the most beloved athletes in any sport and he reminded everyone why on Tuesday night.
Monty Williams should never have said it. The Pelicans coach should never have gone there but he did and he was dealt an appropriate reaction.
Dion Waiters posted an image to Instagram which was a re-post of a photo which user ‘_shaniyah’ had posted, and for great reason. In the image which Dion re-posted the young lady was seen posing for a photo with Waiters, but the caption said something a little different.
Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer is enjoying his first season with the franchise. The enthusiastic billionaire has had little issue showcasing his overwhelming emotions for his team and Sunday night was no exception.