UNLV didn't make many national headlines in 2015-16. And for that reason, neither did Patrick McCaw despite his unique production and profile that's expected to generate NBA interest. There was ultimately no testing the waters for the...Show More Summary
We're only a few short weeks from handing out the big one, but until one of the four teams left standing hoists the Larry O'Brien Trophy, we've got some other honors to dispense. These are the less-heralded (and also completely fictitious)...Show More Summary
Toronto, which got 35 points from Kyle Lowry, is now 8-2 at home in the postseason, but the series is moving back to Cleveland.
Kyle Lowry scored 35 points and DeMar DeRozan added 32 as the Toronto Raptors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 105-99 on Monday to tie the Eastern Conference finals at two wins each.
The Toronto Raptors sure know how to make their fans sweat. After controlling the majority of Monday's Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals in the Air Canada Centre, they allowed the Cleveland Cavaliers to seize a fourth-quarter lead before eventually rallying back for the 105-99 victory. Show More Summary
The Toronto Raptors tie up the Eastern Conference Finals with a 105-99 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. The post Post Up: T-Dot Ties It appeared first on SLAMonline.
Kevin Love thought he was making his way to the rim to try and keep the Cavaliers in Game 4 on Monday night, but then… …yeah that. Bismack Biyombo blocked The post Bismack Biyombo Blocks Kevin Love (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonli...
Warriors forward Draymond Green escaped suspension for his kick to Thunder center Steven Adams, though he still needs to be extra careful for the rest of the playoffs, as the Oklahoman explains: On Monday, the Golden State Warriors forward was fined $25,000 and his Flagrant “1” foul on Thunder center Steven Adams in Game 3 of the Western [...]
Check out DeMar DeRozan’s reverse lay-in against the Cavaliers in Game 4 on Monday night below. He hit it…and successfully got his Raps 2. The post WATCH: DeMar DeRozan Lays In Reverse appeared first on SLAMonline.
After throwing down a one-handed jam, LeBron James maneuvered his way to the rim for a swift two points. Check it: The post WATCH: LeBron James Maneuvers His Way to Rim appeared first on SLAMonline.
The N.B.A. fined Green and upgraded the call against him to a flagrant-2 foul but did not suspend him, a potentially critical decision in the Western Conference finals.
Kyrie Irving dished to LeBron James in the opening quarter of Game 4 tonight. LeBron finished with a strong one-handed jam at the rim: The post WATCH: Kyrie Irving Dishes to LeBron James for One-Handed Jam appeared first on SLAMonli...
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green escaped a possible one-game suspension on Monday when he was fined by the National Basketball Association for a flagrant foul that was upgraded from category 1 to 2.
Raptors center Jonas Valanciunas is active for Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals against Cleveland on Monday night, but will not start against the Cavaliers.
The Golden State Warriors can breathe a sigh of relief. Although Draymond Green was assessed a flagrant-1 foul after kicking Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams in the groin midway through the second quarter of Sunday night's 133-105...Show More Summary
Draymond Green has been fined $25,000 but not suspended by the NBA for kicking Oklahoma City's Steven Adams in the groin.
Dub Nation can breathe an enormous sigh of relief. The NBA announced Monday night that Draymond Green will suit up for Game 4 in OKC tomorrow, as his kick to The post Draymond Green Avoids Game 4 Suspension for Kicking Steven Adams appeared first on SLAMonline.
Warriors forward Draymond Green has many talents, and one of them appears to be nailing Thunder center Steven Adams in a painful place during playoff games. It seemed possible that the league might suspend Draymond Green for Game 4, but their decision, revealed around 7:30pm ET Monday night, was to fine Draymond Green $25k and upgrade [...]
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green's flagrant foul on Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams has been upgraded to a Flagrant Foul 2, and Green has been fined $25,000, it was announced today by Kiki VanDeWeghe, Executive Vice President, Basketball Operations.
It's already been a dizzying spring aboard the NBA's coaching carousel, and the ride hasn't even stopped yet. Eight different teams are moving forward with a new coach, and another extended a permanent position to its interim skipper. Show More Summary