In case anyone is still unclear, let it be known: James Harden kicked LeBron James in the peaches Sunday night. That happened. Lying on the ground after an awkward entanglement in the third quarter of Sunday night’s overtime slugfest,...Show More Summary
Oh, JaVale. According to NBA.com, the Philadelphia 76ers have waived forward JaVale McGee prior to the midnight March 1 deadline, making McGee eligible for a playoff team if a contender is interested in signing him. Having not played much over the last two seasons, McGee doesn't have a decent sample as to what he can provide for teams. Show More Summary
Forbes says Michael Jordan is now a billionaire Here’s the New York Daily News reporting that Michael Jordan is now a billionaire, according to Forbes. Michael Jordan just had his name added to another impressive list. The former Bulls...Show More Summary
Nothing is healthier for college basketball than for fans and teams to see home court isn ’t a sure thing. The Associated Press Top 25 gets a great bill of fitness this Monday. Desperate bubble teams inflicted some damage to hostile crowds and the weekly poll last week. Show More Summary
Jimmy Butler out 3-6 weeks with elbow injury The Chicago Bulls announced today that an MRI of Jimmy Butler confirmed a Grade 2/3 ulnar ligament sprain and small bone impaction injury to the left elbow. It is estimated that Butler may be out three to six weeks. On the year, Butler has appeared in 55 games [...]
Sixers waive JaVale McGee The Philadelphia 76ers announced today the team waived JaVale McGee prior to midnight on Mar. 1, making him eligible to join a postseason roster. The Sixers originally acquired McGee and Oklahoma City’s protected 2015 first-round pick from Denver on Feb. 19, 2015. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, “JaVale McGee was able to keep all [...]
Willie Reed named D-League Performer of Week through March 1 Iowa Energy forward Willie Reed was today named NBA Development League Performer of the Week for games played Monday, Feb. 23 – Sunday, March 1. This is the second Performer of the Week honor of Reed’s career. He previously won in March of 2013 as [...]
Kyle Anderson named D-League Player of Month for February, 2015 Kyle Anderson, a small forward playing with the Austin Spurs on assignment from the San Antonio Spurs, was today named NBA Development League Player of the Month for games played in February. The award is the first monthly honor for Anderson, who was named NBA [...]
The start of the month of March can mean only one thing: Let the madness begin. Looking at some recently updated Odds Shark betting odds to win this season's NCAA tournament, Doc's Sports has found some serious value in a few of theShow More Summary
At this point of the college basketball season, if you're not playing for a bid to the NCAA tournament, you are playing for seeding. Wisconsin has had a great year and will be rewarded for it by the selection committee, but the final positioning in the bracket is still a work in progress. Show More Summary
The NBA Players Association executive director spoke to SB Nation about her recent comments on appropriate media behavior in the locker room. Last week, Michele Roberts, head of the National Basketball Players Association, was quoted...Show More Summary
The Boston Celtics' Isaiah Thomas and the Portland Trail Blazers' Damian Lillard today were named NBA Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week, respectively, for games played Monday, Feb. 23, through Sunday, March 1.
The Indiana Pacers' Frank Vogel and the Oklahoma City Thunder's Scott Brooks today were named the NBA Eastern and Western Conference Coaches of the Month, respectively, for games played in February.
The Bulls' star wing will miss extended time but won't need surgery. Chicago Bulls wing Jimmy Butler could miss up to three-to-four weeks with an elbow sprain, according to Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski. Butler suffered the injury in the Bulls' loss to the Clippers on Sunday. Show More Summary
Tyson Chandler and Chandler Parsons will miss Monday night's game against New Orleans because of injuries, leaving the Mavericks without two of their frontcourt starters for the second straight game.
Get it? Because he's a Maverick. The Hollywood Reporter says it's true, so it must be true! Dallas Mavericks owner and notable literal shark Mark Cuban will indeed play the President of the United States in this summer's Sharknado 3....Show More Summary
Isaiah Thomas, Damian Lillard named Players of Week through March 1 Boston Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas and Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard today were named NBA Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week, respectively, for games played Monday, Feb. 23, through Sunday, March 1. Thomas helped the Celtics to a 3-1 week, which included wins [...]
The Indiana Pacers’ Frank Vogel and the Oklahoma City Thunder’s Scott Brooks today were named the NBA Eastern and Western Conference Coaches of the Month, respectively, for games played in February. Vogel led the Pacers to the Eastern Conference’s best record in February at 7-2 (.778). He became the franchise’s all-time NBA coaching wins leader [...]
Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski refused to comment on sexual assault allegations leveled against Rasheed Sulaimon, a former Blue Devils player who was dismissed from the program in late January. An ACC conference call Monday saw...Show More Summary
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is now a movie star. Cuban will join the “Sharknado” film franchise, playing the role of President of the United States this summer. Cuban’s VP The post Mark Cuban to Star as President of the U.S. in ‘Sharknado 3’ appeared first on SLAMonline.