There were two notable holes in the first round of the NBA Draft, both of our beloved basketball teams.
Hey, maybe that giant birthday card worked.
“The Knicks are a great franchise and I live in New York City [each summer], so I’d definitely consider them if they were interested,” the eight-time NBA All-Star recently said at a promotional appearance in Manhattan.
It has been the Heat’s ability to slow down the Thunder offense that has been the difference so far in the series.
The NBA playoffs serve as a huge reality check for teams, showing them their true weaknesses and where they have to get better if they want to win a title.
The Dallas Mavericks didn’t even get to enjoy their first NBA title for an entire year.
Kevin Durant finally found his postseason shooting touch, and the Thunder never trailed on the way to a 95-79 victory over the Mavericks on Thursday night.
Russell Westbrook scored 29 points, Kevin Durant added 26 in an off-shooting performance and the Oklahoma City Thunder clawed out a 102-99 victory over defending champion Dallas on Monday night to take a 2-0 lead in the first-round playoff series.
Kevin Durant was determined to not let the Oklahoma City Thunder lose another playoff game at home to Dallas.
With Tim Duncan playing a supporting role, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobli have carried the Spurs on this great run. The team’s greatest strength might be its depth with a myriad of journeymen vets and D-Leaguers.
The playoffs are only about two weeks away, and there has been some serious power-shifting going on in the NBA. Let’s take a look at some of the trends and other quirky stories as we head into the playoffs.
Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov is ready to “throw down” for Deron Williams. He’s looking at you, Dallas.
Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov isn’t about to let All-Star point guard Deron Williams leave without a fight.
Dirk Nowitzki scored 28 points and bailed out the Mavericks after they lost the lead following a 7 1/2-minute scoreless stretch in the fourth quarter, and Dallas beat the New York Knicks 95-85 on Tuesday night.
Sunday’s less-than-sensational game from Lin won’t do anything to curb the speculation that Baron Davis could eventually take over at point guard.