Houston’s FOX affiliate KRIV is either lazy, has no NBA fans on staff, doesn’t know the difference between video games and real life or simply thought it’d be hilarious to include an NBA2K photo in reporting a Rockets trade.
Damian Lillard scored a career-high 43 points in a wild triple-overtime game against the poor San Antonio Spurs, who had the distinct honor of being the first team since the Baltimore Bullets in 1951 to play consecutive 63-minute games.
It’s bad enough that Andre Drummond got dunked on by James Johnson, but the full cockback and lingering reaction from the Raptors’ bench really sent him over the edge, as he took Johnson out with an elbow on the following Raps’ possession.
The Toronto Raptors unveiled a new logo on Friday and while it may not be as awesome as the concept of a dinosaur dribbling a basketball while wearing a jersey, it’s certainly an improvement over the previous “integrate a basketball into a raptor claw” motif that the team had. The new design is definitely cleaner
Good start to today, Brandon 1 of our team assistants car was stolen not to long ago so as a team we all donated a little something to make his Christmas special #gng A video posted by Courtney Lee (@courtneylee) on Dec 12, 2014 at 10:56am PST If you’ve watched the Memphis Grizzlies at all
The Eastern Conference-leading Toronto Raptors are in the midst of a season-long 20th anniversary celebration, and as part of the festivities, the team has unveiled a brand new logo for its 2015-16 campaign.
Nicki Minaj stopped by the Inside The NBA set following TNT’s Thursday night double header to promote her new album, The Pinkprint.
Kevin Durant was on fire in the first half of the Thunder-Warriors game Thursday night.
The Warriors and Thunder are trading blows in an absolutely phenomenal game right now, but it was marred by this missed dunk by Draymond Green, who clearly lost a bit of focus after witnessing such a gorgeous pass from Stephen Curry.
I will stop posting NBA players air balling free throws as soon as it stops being funny — which is never.
Sorry, Lakers fans, eating breakfast with Kobe Bryant is the closest Rajon Rondo will be to playing in Los Angeles, as the Boston Celtics finally unloaded their point guard (and free agent-to-be) in a trade that will net them players and picks from the Dallas Mavericks in return.
A few years back, the Washington Redskins weren’t the laughingstock of the Washington D.C. sports scene. It was the Washington Wizards.