The stars have literally aligned in Houston, as the NBA's brightest collection of luminaries are all set to shine in the 2013 NBA All-Star Game. Four-time MVP Kobe Bryant and the Western Conference All-Stars will try to make it three straight wins against the Eastern Conference, which will be led by reigning regular-season MVP and possible superhero LeBron James. With six first-time All-Stars, the roster for the East looks decidedly different than it has in years past.
At the NBA All-Star Game this past weekend, Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant showed fans around the nation that he is still very much a star, scoring 37 points and earning All-Star MVP honors for the fourth time. The 13-time All... Read Post
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The San Antonio Spurs have a commanding 2-0 lead on the Memphis Grizzlies in the Western Conference finals, but don’t write off the Griz before they make what could be a valiant last stand at home. With four days of rest between Tue... Read Post