Over the last week, Lillard led the NBA Playoffs in scoring with 32.5 points per game, including a 40-point performance to beat Golden State in Game 3. The post BODYARMOR Player of the Week: Damian Lillard appeared first on SLAMonli...
Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry supplemented an already historic season and is expected to win his second NBA Most Valuable Player Award, according to Marc Stein of ESPN.com. "Sources told ESPN.com that the widely anticipated...Show More Summary
As evidenced by their 111-97 victory over the San Antonio Spurs to even up the series 2-2, the Oklahoma City Thunder don't understand how narratives are supposed to work. The Spurs are supposed to be the unstoppable juggernaut capable of shutting down even the NBA's best offenses. Show More Summary
Damian Lillard was on a mission in Game 3, dropping a playoff career-high 40 points on the Stephen Curry-less Warriors. Lillard’s Trail Blazers became the first NBA team all season The post WATCH: Damian Lillard Drops 40 Points on Warriors appeared first on SLAMonline.
Damian Lillard led Portland to a Game 3 W, while Kyle Lowry dropped 33 on Miami. The post Post Up: 40 for Dame appeared first on SLAMonline.
Andrew Bogut, who has otherwise grabbed eight rebounds through two quarters of Saturday’s match-up with Portland, was on the receiving end of this vicious Al-Farouq Aminu poster. Another angle: The post WATCH: Al-Farouq Aminu Posterizes Andrew Bogut appeared first on SLAMonline.
A 33-point effort from Kyle Lowry helped Toronto cement a crucial Game 3 victory on enemy territory. Some additional hot-shooting from Lowry’s third quarter: The post WATCH: Kyle Lowry Hits Clutch Trey, Puts Toronto Up for Good appeared first on SLAMonline.
Diesel’s presence on and off the court make him the most dominant big we've ever seen. The post Mr. Main Event appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Houston Rockets had a catastrophic season in which they lost even when they won. Now with a chance to rebuild around one of the NBA’s best scorers in James Harden, they can rebound. They’ll have to do that without a first-round pick, though. Show More Summary
Bryant spent 20 years playing in Los Angeles. His legacy there is as segmented as the city itself. Kobe From Downtown by Tyler Tynes • Bryant spent 20 years playing in Los Angeles. His legacy there is as segmented as the city itself. LOS...Show More Summary
Meeting the Atlanta Hawks in a second straight postseason, the Cleveland Cavaliers can once again use them as a stepping stone to the NBA Finals. The Cavaliers, who swept the 60-win Hawks in last year's Eastern Conference Finals, opened their semifinal showdown with a home victory on Monday night. Show More Summary
Karl-Anthony Towns just finished one of the greatest rookie seasons in modern NBA history. Whenever the voting results are announced, Towns is likely to run away with the Rookie of the Year Award, if not win it unanimously. Taken with the No. Show More Summary
It's nearing 10:30 p.m. on April 17, a pleasant spring evening in downtown Los Angeles, and the locker room that houses the Clippers basketball team looks like a daycare center. Seven boys, their ages ranging from two to 10, are pinging...Show More Summary
Last Wednesday morning, we presented the first-ever Bevo Francis Award to Davenport’s Dominez Burnett. It was a wonderful morning for all involved….a special time for Dominez, the legacy of Bevo Francis and the game of college basketball. Show More Summary
Over the last week, Green helped the Dubs win Game 5 to close out the Rockets, and then win Game 1 to begin their series with the Blazers. The post BODYARMOR Player of the Week: Draymond Green appeared first on SLAMonline.
Skal Labissiere arrived at Kentucky believed to be destined for one of the top two picks in the 2016 NBA draft. He's 6'11" with long arms (7'2" wingspan) and a silky-smooth jumper. That sounded similar to Karl-Anthony Towns, who hadShow More Summary
The good, the bad and the Drake from the first round's most entertaining series. At best, the first round of the 2016 NBA Playoffs were a competitive letdown. At worst, Stephen Curry's sprained MCL and simultaneous injuries to Chris Paul and Blake Griffin could cause repercussions around the league that register through this postseason and beyond. Show More Summary
The Dunk Champ comes down from the sky. The post Slamadamonth, SLAM #197, Zach LaVine appeared first on SLAMonline.
Aaron Gordon introduces himself to the world. The post Slamadamonth, SLAM #197, Aaron Gordon appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Heat and the Raptors win Game 7s to move on, and Golden State takes Game 1 vs. the Blazers. The post Post Up: Survive and Advance appeared first on SLAMonline.