We’re talking about practice, no, seriously, we are actually talking about practice. Golden State Warriors’ star Stephen Curry is not only deadly from deep in-game, but he’s just as deadly from 3-point land on the practice floor, too. Watch the video, preferably with your favorite bottle of wine, dim the lights and watch as the […]
Yesterday afternoon New York Daily News New York Knicks beat writer Frank Isola aired out “maybe the worst kept secret in the NBA”, after Isola wrote the following about Detroit Pistons’ forward Greg Monroe’s possible summer plans when Monroe becomes an unrestricted free agent: “Maybe the worst kept secret in the NBA is that Phil Jackson plans […]
In this episode of the Crossover Chronicles podcast, Chase, Ben and Joe cover everything going on the NBA, Chase’s thoughts on seals, the MVP race, and much more. Check it out.
Houston Rockets’ guard Patrick Beverley has been ruled out for the remainder of the 2014-15 NBA season, including the playoffs, after undergoing surgery to repair a torn ligament in his left wrist. On the surface, this looks like a devastating injury, kind of like Wesley Matthew’s season-ending injury in Portland, but it shouldn’t be. Yes, […]
In a recent episode of ESPN’s Brian Windhorst’s Cleveland Cavaliers podcast “Hey Windy!”, which airs on ESPN Cleveland, Windhorst breathed new life into the Kevin-Love-and-Russell-Westbrook-are-going-to-team-up-in-Los-Angeles rumor where he said the following: “Love enjoys Westbrook. they have a relationship. there’s a conspiracy theory that exists out there that Kevin Love will go to the Lakers this […]
There is nothing I love more than a good villain, because without them, the world would be pretty boring. With that said, when Enes Kanter kinda-sorta force his way out of Utah at the NBA Trade Deadline this year, one might not expect the Salt Lake City faithful to welcome back the former Kentucky Wildcat […]
Even though Dwight Howard has been one of the most dominant centers of his era, at 29 years old, what most NBA fans and analysts will talk about years after he’s retired is what surrounded Howard off the floor; the “Dwightmare” saga in Orlando, the “This Is Going To Be Fun” team in Los Angeles […]
In this week’s episode of the Crossover Chronicles Podcast, Chase Thomas is joined by Ben Bornstein and Jon Wolf in which they discuss the Western and Eastern Conference playoff picture, the MVP race, the Orlando Magic’s development, and much more.
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In a piece published in The Players’ Tribune, 18-year NBA veteran Steve Nash announced his retirement from the NBA months after being ruled out for the season due to a back injury. But Steve Nash, the encapsulating point guard fans will remember forever, has been gone for some time now. The dastardly, undefeated entity that […]
Former Miami Heat great Alonzo Mourning recently did an interview with Adam Figman of SLAM Online that elicited some very interesting, and possibly controversial, opinions about former Heatle LeBron James and current Cleveland Cavalier Kevin Love. Here’s the Q & A portion that included a discussion on LeBron and the Miami Heat culture Pat Riley […]
Here is CC’s morning NBA daily reading recommendations. Enjoy. “Adam Silver calls concerns on possible 2017 work stoppage ‘premature’” by Candace Buckner of the Indy Star. Analysis: Although it seems likelier by the day that the NBA is headed for a work stoppage in 2017, Adam Silver isn’t so sure and thinks those kinds of […]
After the 2017 NBA season, the 11-year, $400 million partnership between the No. 3 sports brand in the world and the NBA will be over as Adidas has announced they will not bid to continue to supply uniforms for the League once their contract expires. This is great news. While NBA franchise values have soared in recent […]
Longtime NBA sideline reporter Craig Sager is back on the sidelines tonight in Chicago covering the Chicago Bulls vs. Oklahoma City Thunder game for the first time since his eleven-month battle with leukemia. Sager’s return was celebrated by NBA players, coaches and even the United Center fans in attendance joined the action by giving Sager […]
The Philadelphia 76ers have released their recently acquired center, JaVale McGee, in a player-friendly move that will include McGee getting all of the money owed to him this season, but next as season as well. Now that McGee is officially on the free-agent market – along with being eligible for the 2015 NBA Playoffs because he […]
After months of speculation, the ambiguity surrounding Ray Allen’s playing career, at least for the 2014-15 NBA season, is over with Allen announcing today that he’ll not be playing for any NBA team this season. Here’s the statement released by Allen in ESPN NBA writer Brian Windhorst’s piece: “Over the past several months, I have […]