One can understand not wanting to give up the three-point line to Stephen Curry, even in transition. The man is really, really good at making long-distance shots. However, the innovative defensive technique of “literally jumping to Curry’s side off of a little head jab” may not be the best way to guard the reigning MVP.
#ForTheBigBro #LetsGo A photo posted by Nick Young (@swaggyp1) on Nov 24, 2015 at 5:54pm PST Prior to Tuesday night’s game against the Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Lakers swag expert Nick Young showcased the shoes that he would wear for the game – a pair of the “Adidas TS Lightswitch Gil II Zero X
Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers were in Denver on Tuesday night for their matchup with the Nuggets. The Clippers took a respectable lead in the third quarter and they started hitting nearly every shot that they took. Blake Griffin really took advantage of that hot-streak which you should definitely check out below. As
Kyrie Irving took to Instagram to announce that he is now a father to Azurie Elizabeth Irving.
Thanks to something close to a perfect storm, tickets for tonight’s regular season match up between the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Lakers are selling in the hundreds of dollars. The huge demand for tickets can be traced to a few reasons according to StubHub spokesman Cameron Papp: “The aspects of being the
It’s November, which means fall leaves, a whole bunch of overeating and an abundance of facial hair thanks to “Movember.” The movement to grow mustaches to help raise awareness for men’s health usually leads to some rather amazing facial grooming from athletes and LeBron James is no exception. The Cavs forward took to Instagram on
Stephen Curry has bought a stunning $3.2 million home in Walnut Creek, California, a good half hour drive from the Golden State Warriors’ home of Oakland. The home has almost 8,000 square feet of space features five bedrooms, five baths, a media room and a 2,300 bottle wine cellar. The home was built in 2012.
In all of sports, it is harder to find a bigger homer than Earvin “Magic” Johnson. The Los Angeles Lakers all-time great is well known for his eternal optimism when it comes to the purple and gold, even if it’s been (understandably) tempered this season. Take these beautiful Tweets from earlier this month. Laker Nation:
The 76ers are not a good basketball team. They suck. They suck really bad.
The Sixers lost their 15th consecutive game on Monday night, falling to the Timberwolves, 100-95, in Minneapolis.
During the second quarter of Saturday’s loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Atlanta Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer got a little irate with the officiating and (seemingly accidentally) made contact with a referee. For that, Budenholzer was rightfully assessed a technical and ejected from the game, much to the bewilderment of the Hawks coach. However, the
The Golden State Warriors are currently sitting at a record-tying 15-0 start to their season. The opponent who will try to deny them history is the decidedly less successful Los Angeles Lakers who have a Western Conference worst 2-11 record. Still, because he literally can’t just say that his squad will likely lose, Los Angeles