Josh Smith is a punching bag for a lot of people, and making fun of Smith, as Next Impulse staffer John Ferensen so eloquently put it, is very low hanging fruit.
The NBA Finals don’t start for six more days, so to help pass the time, here is a fifteen minute clip of every buzzer beater from the 2014-15 NBA season.
The Chicago Bulls finally pulled the trigger on Thursday in making the long-rumored move to dismiss head coach Tom Thibodeau.
Ryen Russillo might be the most underrated and under-appreciated sports personality on earth over the last few years.
Mop boy might seem like a simple, easy and safe job but it’s far from it, as we’ve seen instances in which things can go very wrong very quickly.
The Golden State Warriors advanced to their first NBA Finals in 40 years on Wednesday night with a Game 5 win over the Rocketrs, but guard Klay Thompson suffered a concussion on a brutal whack to the head by Trevor Ariza’s knee in the fourth quarter.
De’Angelo Russell will likely be a top five pick in June’s NBA Draft and be invited to a load of sponsorship and corporate events over his career, including golf outings.
Aside from tag, tic-tac-toe might be the easiest game in the world to comprehend, that is assuming you’re not a Houston Rockets fan.
Dwight Howard somehow demolished Andrew Bogut with a vicious blow to his face during Game 4 but instead of an automatic ejection, the Rockets big man received a slap to the wrist with a pathetic Flagrant 1.
Floyd Mayweather isn’t rich enough, so the world is gifting him large sums of money on NBA bets. Floyd took the Warriors moneyline on Saturday night and it paid off in the form of $200k. Not bad for 48 minutes of work.
It is impossible to not love the Inside the NBA TNT crew, and on Wednesday they were at the Hawks and Cavs game 1 and having some good fun. During the first half of the game the ‘Kiss Cam’ found Shaq who was standing next to colleague Ernie Johnson. Without hesitation Shaq leaned in for
Before Kent Bazemore cracked the rotation on the Hawks, he built quite the reputation celebrating benchside for the Warriors. But Bazemore isn’t just the guy celebrating on the bench anymore. He’s the one dunking all over people in the Eastern Conference Finals against one of the most hyped teams in all of sports. Kent Bazemore