LMA's sneaker collection is so expansive now that he is literally building another house behind his actual house, just for kicks. The post LaMarcus Aldridge is Building a Separate House Just For His Sneaker Collection (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Anthony Davis led the New Orleans Pelicans to a thrilling 114-103 road win against the Milwaukee Bucks last March Davis and Giannis Antetokounmpo each had career nights, and according to The post Anthony Davis to Giannis Antetokounmpo: ”You Can’t Guard Me Young Fella!” appeared first on SLAMonline.
Last year, Nike was able to hold off Under Armour and retain Kevin Durant. The Swoosh must now open up their checkbook wide all over again if they hope to The post Report: adidas Offers James Harden $200 Million to Leave Nike appeared first on SLAMonline.
Last season, it took until March for Ray Allen to make up his mind about not suiting up. Allen, who turned 40 a couple of weeks ago, says he is The post Ray Allen: “I Won’t Officially Retire” appeared first on SLAMonline.
The San Antonio Spurs may look radically different on the court next season, but head coach Gregg Popovich knows there will always be one constant: Tim Duncan and his “same The post Gregg Popovich Expecting “Same Boring Game” from Tim Duncan appeared first on SLAMonline.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Lou Williams went off for 51 points this weekend at the Wallace Prather Pro-Am in Atlanta. It is not not the first time Sweet Lou has The post Lou Williams Drops 51 Points in Atlanta Pro-Am (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Of the many changes the NBA has undergone over the years, none are more evident, or more constant, than the role of big men. Kevin Love, now of the Cleveland Cavaliers, staked his claim to superstardom on the back of his floor-spacing abilities. Show More Summary
In late-breaking Swaggy news, the tattoo ban levied on Nick Young's shooting arm appears to have been lifted. He's been photographed at the Drew League and out with family this summer, and the pictures show his right arm sporting what appears to be a fresh tattoo of Tupac's face. Show More Summary
Ray Allen isn't officially retiring. That said, he does not sound like a man preparing to return for a 19th NBA season. "I didn't miss it," Allen told Dom Amore of the Hartford Courant. "I realized how much time I missed not being home with my kids. Show More Summary
Finally unshackled from the Based God Curse, it appears James Harden is in for some good luck in the form of a massive financial windfall. ESPN.com's Darren Rovell is reporting Adidas has offered the Houston Rockets guard a 13-year,Show More Summary
When Lance Stephenson gets called out, he responds in a big way. At the "Battle of the Bridge" East New York Memorial Classic over the weekend, someone called out Stephenson, who was in attendance as a spectator. In response, the Los Angeles Clippers guard suited up and had himself quite a game. Show More Summary
J.R. Smith is in Guam right now hosting youth basketball clinics with fellow NBA associate Gerald Green and Cleveland Cavaliers director of player development Phil Handy. It's a strange time to escape to the Pacific for Smith, who's yet to sign a contract with an NBA team and may or may not be able to work things out in Cleveland. Show More Summary
All seems quiet on the NBA rumor mill, especially in the shadow of an active MLB trade deadline, but more moves are on the way with notable names left on the market and in need of contracts. This time of year, contenders can still add a proverbial missing piece. Show More Summary
The NBA’s early-July free-agency frenzy was a startling production of capitalist excess. In just a few days, over $2.5 billion in contracts were lavished upon players—that’s more than the GDP of Liberia, an African country with overShow More Summary
Anytime a struggling young NBA player is moved, the scenery change always creates a feeling of optimism. The concept of a fresh start is undeniably appealing, but is the reality as beneficial as it's billed? We know trades are about so much more than jersey swaps and relocations. Show More Summary
Jewell Loyd is beginning to pick up the nuances of the WNBA.
The longtime King will be a nice upgrade over David Lee. More importantly, he defends a potential rival really well. By virtue of winning the NBA championship, the Warriors could have relaxed in the offseason, comfortable in their knowledge that they have a core capable of bringing home rings. Show More Summary
Michael Jordan will not go gently into that good night. The GOAT proved that he still knows how to turn it on by teaming up with a kid at his basketball camp to show Jimmy Buckets how it's done. OK, it's hard to pin Butler's loss entirely on the Bulls guard. Show More Summary
End of an era. Nick Young is a professional basketball player known as much for his self-professed swagger as his basketball, and this was Rule No. 1 of swagdom. No tats on the right arm Strictly for buckets — Nick Young (@NickSwagyPYoung)...Show More Summary
The Timberwolves' coach and president wanted to "set the facts straight" about his feelings on the three-point shot, but his actions so far in his coaching career tell a different tale. Minnesota Timberwolves president and head coach Flip Saunders went on Twitter on Sunday to "set the facts straight" about his stance on three-pointers. Show More Summary