The Lakers are rolling out a roster of scrubs and hand-me-down parts.
It may be hard to believe but it has only been five years since LeBron James hopped onto ESPN for a live special with Jim Gray to announce that he would be breaking the hearts of the greater Cleveland area taking his talents to South Beach.
On Monday, Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade decided to hold a half hour Twitter Q&A. The Q&A was pretty excellent. Wade answered questions ranging from the fairly serious question of what worries him the most: Not living long enough to see my kids grow up and become parents.. https://t.co/LPY1sH1YcO — DWade (@DwyaneWade) July 6, 2015
Well, we’ll have to quash the rumors of Dwyane Wade leaving Miami for at least one more season (no matter what t-shirt his dad wears). According to Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press, Wade will be staying with the Heat on a one-year deal that will be worth $20 million. FLASH: Dwyane Wade accepts deal
What else would two Miami Heat teammates do during their offseason than hunt alligators? Udonis Haslem and Chris Andersen recently got together to go gator hunting and the trip must have been a success judging by the photos that the two players proudly displayed on their Instagram accounts. @ud40 showing @birdzilla.ro about those Florida Gators.
In the era of Tank-a-Palooza, there are plenty of truly awful games littered throughout the NBA season. This season’s lowlight factory included four “showdowns” between the Knicks and 76ers, and the Timberwolves and Lakers — owners of the four worst records in the NBA.
WATCH: Kendrick Perkins' 9-step travel highlights this edition of "Shaqtin' A Fool!" https://t.co/tvDm4hycAP — NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) April 10, 2015 Shaquille O’Neal led off this week’s always-amazing Shaqtin’ A Fool with this clip of Kendrick Perkins from the Cavaliers recent blow out of the Miami Heat.
Michael Beasley appeared to be enjoying himself during Wednesday night’s game against the Bulls.
Indiana Pacers star Paul George returned to action on Sunday, eight months removed from a gruesome broken leg suffered during a Team USA scrimmage last summer. As expected, George received a massive ovation from the Indiana crowed as he entered last night’s game against the Miami Heat.
Even though he was speaking to David Aldridge, Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra used part of his interview time to express his best wishes to Craig Sager who recently learned that his leukemia has returned.
On Tuesday, the San Antonio Spurs were ready to go into halftime with an eight-point lead when Mario Chalmers pulled out a half-court heave that somehow found the bottom of the net.
Dwayne Wade gave 15 foster kids the surprise of a lifetime this week.