Friday Apr 11
The Winnipeg Free Press
Paul Pierce becomes 18th NBA player to reach 25,000 points
Pierce reached the milestone on a 3-pointer with 3:10 remaining in the first half of Brooklyn's game against Atlanta on Friday.
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Sun Mar 23, 2014
Jason Collins Says He Has Been Taunted With Gay Insults From One NBA Player
After receiving tons of positive support following his coming out, it seems that Jason Collins is still feeling negativity from at least one person.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
Rufus on Fire
Bobcats expected to sign former Bobcat D.J. White to 10-day contract
One-time Charlotte Bobcat D.J. White is expected to return to Charlotte soon, as Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer reports that the team will sign White to a 10-day contract.
Anything Is Possible: How the Brooklyn Nets learned to defend productively without Kevin Garnett
Jason Kidd and the Brooklyn Nets have figured out how to do the impossible. For years, the Boston Celtics suffered defensively whenever Kevin Garnett was on the bench, and that was also the case for the Nets most of this season.
Playing The Lottery: Who Celtics Fans Should Be Watching During NCAA Tournament
With college basketball superstars Jabari Parker, Andrew Wiggins, Joel Embiid and others being the center of attention in the NCAA tournament, Celtics fans will be eagerly paying attention the next two weeks to which player could be the potential future of the franchise.
Lichtenstein: Nets Finally Enjoying Privileges Of Home Cooking
It was quite unusual. NBA teams are supposed to thrive at home, with the added boost from fans and friendly whistles from referees.
Protect this house! Nets win 10th straight game at home with 104-99 victory over Bobcats
Wednesday night, the Nets welcomed the Charlotte Bobcats to Brooklyn. The Nets were winners of nine straight at home, and stand just 2.5 games ahead of the Bobcats in the Eastern Conference standings.
Wed Mar 19, 2014
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Winderman's view: Celtics 101, Heat 96
Or is it just a case of Erik Spoelstra seeing the minimum level of talent needed to defeat the opposition? -- LeBron was eating burgers and ice cream and not getting stretched pregame.
Examining Rajon Rondo's 3-Point Shooting: How Much Has It Improved?
Sitting out for such a long stretch could be seen as a detriment to one's game. However, great players can use that kind of absence as an opportunity to expand their game, and that's exactly what Boston's star point guard tried to do with his outside shot.