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Raptors' Kyle Lowry Masterfully Talks to Reporters While Watching Villanova Game

As much as he may have wanted to watch his alma mater, Villanova, play in the Elite Eight, Toronto Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry knows that part of his job is to talk to reporters after games. So he was a total professional after Saturday...Show More Summary

WATCH: Ish Smith Splits D, Delivers One-Handed Throwdown

After splitting Damian Lillard and Al-Farouq Aminu, Ish Smith effortlessly took liftoff on this one-handed stuff. The 6-foot Smith has rocked the rim on only a handful of occasions throughout The post WATCH: Ish Smith Splits D, Delivers One-Handed Throwdown appeared first on SLAMonline.

WATCH: D-League’s D.J. Stephens Throws Down Pair of Ridiculous Dunks

D.J. Stephens of the Iowa Energy has been showing off his dunking prowess lately, throwing down some of the most impressive slams in D-League history. Stephens, who appeared in three The post WATCH: D-League’s D.J. Stephens Throws Down Pair of Ridiculous Dunks appeared first on SLAMonline.

Joey Crawford Says He Was Fined for Miscue During Heat-Spurs Finals

Joey Crawford will always be linked to San Antonio Spurs legend Tim Duncan for an infamous ejection, but there's another moment in their bizarre history that the former NBA referee wishes he could redo. Because Crawford and his crewShow More Summary

Post Up: Hungry Wolves

The T'Wolves bested Washington in 2OT, Warriors & Spurs earned W's, plus more from Friday night. The post Post Up: Hungry Wolves appeared first on SLAMonline.

WATCH: Kyle Lowry, DeMar DeRozan Get Ejected in Loss to Rockets

NBA officials showed Kyle Lowry no love on the two-time All-Star’s 30th birthday, as Lowry and DeMar DeRozan were each T’d up and ejected in tonight’s 112-109 loss to the The post WATCH: Kyle Lowry, DeMar DeRozan Get Ejected in Loss to Rockets appeared first on SLAMonline.

Ric Flair Says LeBron James Loves Wrestling, Once Called Him 'Inventor of Swag'

Who is the biggest surprise celebrity wrestling fan? Ric Flair says it's LeBron James. The retired WWE wrestler didn't hesitate to name the Cleveland Cavaliers star when talking to TMZ Sports on Friday, saying the first thing James wanted to know the last time they met was whether Flair had his Rolex on. Show More Summary

Best 5 Candidates to Coach the New York Knicks Next Season

New York Knicks fans and players have witnessed plenty of limp press conferences, haphazardly managed games, wavering motivation and mystifying personnel decisions in recent years. They're desperate for a new head coach in 2016-17 who...Show More Summary

The Life of Melo

The Knicks are still a mess and his chorus of haters has never been louder, but 13 years into his NBA career Carmelo Anthony is quietly playing the best basketball of his life. The post The Life of Melo appeared first on SLAMonline.

Monday NBA Roundup: Cavaliers Under Microscope Whether They Rest Starters or Not

Nothing is ever simple for the Cleveland Cavaliers. They beat the Denver Nuggets by a final of 124-91 Monday at Quicken Loans Arena but made bigger news earlier in the day when head coach Tyronn Lue told Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com he'd...Show More Summary

Sunday NBA Roundup: Did Anthony Davis Do Enough for All-NBA Honors?

Anthony Davis' fourth NBA season ended Sunday with worlds undevoured and records unshattered—a surprising disappointment to everyone expecting last year's breakout superstar to shake the foundations of the sport in 2015-16. Beset byShow More Summary

California's Jaylen Brown has the body of an NBA star, but his game isn't there yet

Jaylen Brown isn't as bad as his lone horrible NCAA Tournament game showed, but it did reveal some of his biggest flaws. There's no greater opportunity for a college player to make a name for himself than the NCAA Tournament. Play well for a two-week stretch and a young prospect can earn millions by capturing the attention of NBA scouts. Show More Summary

Post Up: We The North

Kyle Lowry dropped 32, Russell Westbrook notched a triple-double, & more from Friday's NBA action. The post Post Up: We The North appeared first on SLAMonline.

8 Goals the New York Knicks Must Accomplish Before Season's End

April is closing in, and the New York Knicks are nearly closed out of the NBA playoffs, but that doesn't mean the work is done for their 2015-16 season. There's groundwork to lay, young talent to groom and—after a season spent on the...Show More Summary

Russell Westbrook, DeMarcus Cousins Headline B/R's 2015-16 All-Choke Artist Team

Hearts pound, sweat pours out in buckets and hands shake during the final moments of tightly contested NBA games. Some players skillfully suppress nerves and produce when it matters most. Others do not. We have a name for these jumper-missing, ball-fumbling, poor-defending athletes: choke artists. Show More Summary

Nike Unveils Latest Shoe in Kevin Durant's Signature Line, the KD 9

While the self-lacing HyperAdapt 1.0 sneakers are going to get most of the attention, Nike also unveiled the latest addition to Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant's signature shoe line. The KD 9. Taking Durant's line to the next...Show More Summary

Tuesday NBA Roundup: Hype or No Hype, Spurs' Dominance Can't Be Overlooked

Two days after the time change and nearly a year since an epic seven-game playoff series, the San Antonio Spurs have sprung forward while the Los Angeles Clippers have fallen back. The Spurs clocked the Clippers on Tuesday, 108-87, to...Show More Summary

Kristaps Porzingis Shows He Can Hit Stephen Curry's Signature 'Tunnel Shot'

Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry has turned a pregame shot from the tunnel into a signature move, but as it turns out, he's not the only one with that kind of range. New York Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis can knock it down as well. Show More Summary

Kobe Bryant Offers Fans Chance to Win Front-Row Tickets to His Final Game

Many basketball fans would love to be in attendance for the final game of Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant's legendary career. However, anyone who has to buy a ticket to the game on the secondary market won't be able to get into the Staples Center on April 13 without putting a sizable dent in their bank account. Show More Summary

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