2 hrs ago | King James Gospel
Mar. 3, 2013; New York, NY, USA; New York Knicks small forward Carmelo Anthony and Miami Heat small forward LeBron James wait for a rebound during the first half at Madison Square Garden.
6 hrs ago | BleacherReport
Stoudemire's agent, Happy Walters, admitted the six-time All-Star was unhappy with the way this past season ended, but believes next year will be better and in just 51 total contests the year before .
10 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
Here's today's top stories for Thursday, May 23, 2013: 1. Overtime shot from LeBron James pushes Heat past Pacers, 103-102. Fans are steaming this morning that Coach Frank Vogel put the NBA's best rim defender, Roy Hibbert, on the bench in the final seconds of Game 1 overtime; no other Indiana players blocked James' crucial points for Miami .
12 hrs ago | KnickerBlogger
It's normally not an accustomed practice for one to compare a situation from real life to a video game, but I believe it's suitable when trying to convey my feelings about J.R. Smith.
The man is about to enter his 14th NBA season and joining him will be coach No. 17 of his professional career.
The Toronto Raptors appear to be most publicly pursuing Masai Ujiri. However there are a few other rumors Raptors floating around these days as well, from the ever fantasized Phil Jackson, to the Assistant GM of Oklahoma and Kevin Pritchard of the Pacers.
The Indiana Pacers will look to shock the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals tonight in Indiana.
May 18, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; New York Knicks small forward Carmelo Anthony stands on the free throw line against the Indiana Pacers in game six of the second round of the 2013 NBA Playoffs at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
I didn't even get to see the ping pong balls. No one did. The NBA did end up releasing footage of the balls pinging and ponging, capturing the moment before the moment of Cleveland's second No.
Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal --the third overall pick of the 2012 NBA Draft--helped Washington luck out Wednesday, as their 3.5% chance moved them from no.
If you asked the majority of New York Knicks fans how their team would fare coming into the 2013 NBA Playoffs, most of them would have told you that the Knicks were going to get past the Miami Heat and compete for an NBA Championship.
Chris Paul is not only an ideal fit for the Knicks, but also a free agent this summer.
The results of the NBA draft lottery saw a slight change from the initial projections, with the Cleveland Cavaliers moving up to No.
But after Anthony's latest ouster from the playoffs, Boeheim is convinced the forward will continue to fall short of a championship if the New York Knicks maintain the The mental image I have of Jim Boeheim impersonating Tyson Chandler dodging a pass is ... well, it's spectacular, frankly, Eamonn Brennan writes.
The lottery was created to help the poor get rich, or at least respectable. It was the Robin Hood of competitive sports drafting systems.
Despite being so adept at getting and finishing at the rim, failed to draw enough free throws and shot them poorly when he did get to the line Struggles off ball in half court sets, spots up too often in the corners where the defense promptly ignores him Iguodala's career arc is a fascinating one by all accounts.
Over at Grantland, Andrew Sharp has written an article lamenting the fact that the Spurs were able to get a player as good as Kawhi Leonard with the 15th pick.