Hey, cool dunk, kid. Too bad the Basketball Gods didn’t agree.
The 2014-2015 NBA season was a highlight treasure chest, and the NBA digital folks are doing their best to remind fans just how impressive some of them were.
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.
Wyoming and Northern Iowa tipped off a full day of games at KeyArena in Seattle on Friday, and it started out with a bang, as the Cowboys’ Derek Cooke, Jr. threw down a vicious poster on some poor NIU player.
Today’s episode of “Where Are They Now” stars Bill Walker, the former high school phenom whose professional career was derailed by multiple knee injuries suffered both in college and just days before the 2008 NBA Draft.
The New Orleans Pelicans crushed the Atlanta Hawks on Monday night, 115-100, ending the Hawks’ franchise-record 19-game winning streak. While such a lopsided victory came as a bit of surprise, it doesn’t take much guessing to figure out who led the charge for the Pels.
Sometimes you just have to be rude, as was case for East Lansing senior Mikhail Myles against Lansing Everett this week.
Damian Lillard scored 34 points Sunday night against the Los Angeles Lakers, and the Trail Blazers needed every one of them, as the Western Conference’s second-worst team put up a valiant effort against the conference’s second-best team.
It’s been awhile since we’ve checked in on the Milwaukee Bucks and Giannis Antetokounmpo, aka The Greek Freak.
In this scene, I attempt to box out Greg Oden. His response, "Nah, I'll just dunk it." @daddyluv2250 A video posted by Jacob Beach (@jbeach4) on Dec 12, 2014 at 2:36pm PST In case you were wondering where in the world Greg Oden is, we can tell you — with 100% certainty — that he
Derrick Rose delivered an awesome late Christmas present to NBA fans on Saturday night, as he dunked a basketball for the first time in pretty much forever.
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.