In case you missed it, the WNBA preseason tips off tonight (set your DVRs!) with a double header featuring New York, Chicago, Tulsa and San Antonio (quick, name all four team nicknames without looking them up!).
James Harden followed up a near triple-double in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals with an even more impressive near triple-double in Game 2, racking up 38 points, 10 rebounds and 9 assists in leading the Houston Rockets to the brink of stealing a road game before heading back to Houston. Thanks to some
Here’s how you know you’re really good at basketball: when you’re clowning the other team so thoroughly that your own father, out of sheer pity for the clownees, can’t bear to watch.
The All-NBA teams were announced today, and, as with most NBA awards, there was a bit of tomfoolery among the voting populace.
It’s exactly what it sounds like.
Yes, you read that headline correctly: Bartolo Colon legged out an infield single tonight. Not only that, he even looked back on his way down the first base line, as if to see if the fielders were just messing with him.
Last week, TNT announced it had renewed its contracts with the entire Inside The NBA crew — Ernie Johnson, Kenny Smith, Shaquille O’Neal and Charles Barkley. In news that should surprise nobody, getting Charles back on board proved to be the toughest.
The Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium in Tacoma (Wash.) welcomed four clouded leopard cubs last week, and goddamn are they cute as hell.
Don’t worry, he’s fine. We think.
The results of the NBA Draft were just unveiled and, to the relief of every team in the NBA, the Oklahoma City Thunder did not pull off the upset and land a top three pick. In fact, pretty much everything went according to plan. Unless, of course, you’re the New York Knicks.
Is that a door handle or are you just happy to see me?
The results of a recent poll conducted by Public Policy Polling revealed that Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is, by far, the most popular person in the state of Washington.