According to reports via Yahoo Sports, Steph Curry will be named the MVP of the 2014-15 season, and with good reason.
The NBA season is finally underway and that means that professional sports’ smoothest and best dressed athletes (it’s no contest in American sports) are hitting the spotlight once more. Of course, it is often the case that behind an amazing man is an amazing women and the NBA is no exception. Without further ado, here
Steph Curry broke his own record of most made three-pointers in a season this year, nailing 286 out of a possible…you know what, forget it, the attempts aren’t important. He made 286 threes. That’s insane.
Andrew Wiggins was announced as the NBA’s Rookie of the Year on Thursday, an honor that was merely a formality after he averaged 16.9 points and 4.6 rebounds per game for the Minnesota Timberwolves.
There is nothing better in this world then watching Steve Ballmer, the owner of the Clippers, reacting to watching his team play. The latest and greatest comes from the heart of Game 6 on Thursday.
The NFL Draft may be in Chicago Thursday night, but the best tackle of the day occurred 90 miles north in Milwaukee, where Giannis Antetokounmpo laid out Mike Dunleavy on a fast break three-point shot.
The worst-kept secret in the NBA the last two weeks has swirled around Oklahoma City’s pursuit of Billy Donovan, the Florida head coach whose name shot to the top of the candidate list as a replacement for the recently fired Scott Brooks.
In case you missed it last night, the Houston Rockets sent out a tweet in the waning moments of a 4-1 gentleman’s sweep over the Dallas Mavericks. The tweet contained two Emojis: (1) a gun, aimed at (2) a horse’s head.
In perhaps the least shocking news of the NBA season, Rajon Rondo’s “back injury” that sidelined him after Game 2 of the Dallas Mavericks’ first round series against the Houston Rockets was…and we hope you’re sitting down…total bullshit.
Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Joc Pederson recently found out that there are perks to having an NBA legend be your team’s owner. Walk into the club house to this….Thanks @MagicJohnson #Showtime pic.twitter.com/ylMGLOb2U8 — Joc Pederson (@yungjoc650) April 28, 2015 Yes, Pederson walked into his locker room to find a Magic Johnson jersey signed by the
For those hoping that the intersection of Game of Thrones and sports was ending, you will continue to be disappointed.
The Los Angeles Clippers suffered a brutal Game 5 loss to the Spurs on Tuesday night, a loss marked by a couple questionable whistles and one huge goaltending call in the final seconds.