I watched every minute of the NBA All-Star game, and was actually entertained through about one quarter of the event. TNT ran a quick segment before the half which featured a few choice nuggets from players and coaches who were mic’d up during the game and Steve Kerr stole the show.
It appears that Minnesota Timberwolves guard Zach LaVine has arrived.
Jimmy Fallon elected to go after a group of NBA All-Stars with his latest Tonight Show Superlatives segment and, as always, the results were quite amusing.
There have been 475 different players that have been selected to the NBA all-star since the first game in 1951, a number that grew by six with the 2015 selections.
There is way too much name calling going on here between a couple people who need to draw ratings to keep their jobs. Nonetheless, it is always fun to see media folks get into a pissing contest. This time it features Keith Olbermann, who is doing his best to stay relevant, and Charles Barkley who
With NBA All-Star weekend set to kick off in New York, there will be loads of celebrities, athletes and other public figures bombarding Madison Square Garden.
Isaiah Canaan did not have his head on a swivel.
Hassan Whiteside was so far off the radar the last time the Heat and Cavs met on Christmas Day that the 3rd-year big man did not even have the opportunity to offer any meaningful pregame chatter.
When it comes to basketball, the game is changing quickly as the analytics movement has been embraced by influential teams around the league.
Fan signs are idiotic 99 percent of the time. They are massive and obstruct the views of fans that are actually there to watch the game instead of be seen by TV cameras.
MSG Executive Chairman James Dolan continues to receive a lot of heat as a result of his team’s horrendous performance and it appears that he’s not taking it lightly.
The Washington Wizards are riding a 5-game losing streak, are now tied with Cleveland in the East and DeJuan Blair is ready to off one of his own teammates.