The New York Knicks finished off the regular season with a 17-65 record and will likely receive a top-three draft pick in the NBA draft lottery in May. The Knicks, who need a lot of help if they want to improve next season, will rely...Show More Summary
If you followed the NBA Legends 100 series from start to finish, you probably have some gripes about the order, whether that came during the positional rankings or the overall top 100. Historical hierarchies are always going to cause...Show More Summary
The 2015 NBA playoffs are off to a high-flying start with Sunday's quartet of Game 1 action that wrapped up a scintillating opening weekend of the postseason. Sunday didn't produce any down-to-the-wire affairs with three of the fourShow More Summary
Damian Lillard is it for the Portland Trail Blazers. For reasons that extend beyond postseason livelihood, the point guard finds himself facing a coming-of-reputation trial against the Memphis Grizzlies, a team few expect Portland to...Show More Summary
Clippers starters dominate in Game 1
While skeptical fans around the country find it hard to believe the long-boring Hawks actually have what it takes to play into June, the team’s all-for-one mentality has the title-starved city going all in with the love. The post ATLast? appeared first on SLAMonline.
Hawks center Al Horford is not sure if he'll be able to play in Game 2 of the first-round playoff series against Brooklyn because of a dislocated finger.
The NBA playoffs have officially begun, which means awards season is almost upon us. With so many talented athletes tallying personal-best performances this year, there aren't any clear-cut winners. Who is going to win MVP? Who willShow More Summary
On Monday, a former MVP and two future MVPs will all be in action. A top seed will take on a plucky rival, while a team that is finally healthy and showing its full potential faces a squad that not many would have expected to reach the postseason. With two tasty Game 2 matchups on tap, Monday promises an entertaining evening of NBA postseason action. Show More Summary
Lou Williams wins 2014-2015 NBA Sixth Man of Year award Toronto Raptors guard Lou Williams, who averaged a career-high 15.5 points this season and helped Toronto win a franchise-record 49 games, is the winner of the 2014-15 Kia NBA Sixth Man Award as the league’s best player in a reserve role, the NBA announced today. The [...]
Toronto Raptors guard Lou Williams was named winner of the National Basketball Association's award for best player in a reserve role, the league said on Monday.
Derrick Rose made an impact in the Chicago Bulls' first playoff game of the season, just weeks after his healthy return to the court. Rose helped the No. 3-seeded Bulls top the No. 6-seeded Milwaukee Bucks in the first game of the series...Show More Summary
Pat Riley was defiant Monday in the wake of his Miami Heat missing the playoffs in year one of the post-LeBron James era. As part of his bid to assemble a more effective unit for next season, he's confident that point guard Goran Dragic...Show More Summary
Toronto Raptors guard Lou Williams has won the NBA's Sixth Man Award.
Grizzlies center Marc Gasol—who is Spanish—posted 15 points, 11 rebounds, 7 assists and 3 blocks in Game 1. And Portland lost. The post Blazers Reportedly Have Sign in Their Locker Room That Says ‘We Don’t Lose to Spanish Players’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Fresh off their most successful regular season in franchise history, the Toronto Raptors can now add a bit of hardware to the campaign, as Lou Williams has been named the NBA's 2014-15 Sixth Man of the Year. Paul Coro of AZCentral.com...Show More Summary
Allen Iverson is the subject of a documentary film from Showtime Sports, set to premiere Saturday, May 16th. The doc is billed as an “inside look at both the triumphs The post Watch the Trailer for the Showtime Documentary ‘IVERSON’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Raptors guard Lou Williams has been named the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year for the 2014-15 season. The post Lou Williams Named NBA’s 2014-15 Sixth Man of the Year appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Toronto Raptors' performance in Game 1 of their best-of-seven series with the Washington Wizards was an abysmal mess that inspired little to no confidence heading into Game 2. Paul Pierce —who recently said the Raptors don't "have...Show More Summary
The Toronto Raptors' Lou Williams, who averaged a career-high 15.5 points this season and helped Toronto win a franchise-record 49 games, is the winner of the 2014-15 Kia NBA Sixth Man Award as the league's best player in a reserve role, the NBA announced today. The 6-1 guard becomes the first Raptors player to earn the honor.