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Kawhi Leonard and Rob Dyrdek Put On Giant Hands to Play Giant Basketball

After being named the 2014 NBA Finals MVP, San Antonio Spurs star Kawhi Leonard apparently needed a new challenge on the court. That's why he and skateboarder Rob Dyrdek put on some giants hands and played giant basketball. Watching Dyrdek try to get the ball in the hoop is pretty comical, especially because Leonard had no trouble doing so. Show More Summary

Los Angeles Lakers Can't Afford to Make Ed Davis the Odd Man out

Someone is going to be disappointed on the Los Angeles Lakers frontcourt. With the athletic Ed Davis, the scrappy Jordan Hill, the seasoned Carlos Boozer, the bruising building block Julius Randle, the sharp-shooting Ryan Kelly and the...Show More Summary

Breaking Down Brooklyn Nets' Point Guard Position for 2014-15 Season

Much like starting quarterbacks or shortstops in New York, point guards in The Big Apple receive boatloads of attention. Since Deron Williams joined the Brooklyn Nets four years ago, that attention has varied from occasionally high praise...Show More Summary

Which Memphis Grizzlies Player Has the Most Upside Right Now?

Jon Leuer has the greatest potential of the few Memphis Grizzlies players who haven't tapped 80 percent of their talents. The slow, grinding Grizzlies would benefit from giving Leuer every opportunity to boost the offense with his outside...Show More Summary

Little Girl Recites Allen Iverson's Press Conference About Practice

There's an entire generation that is too young to remember Allen Iverson's famous press conference about practice. Fortunately, people like Steve McPherson are doing their part to educate those sorely deprived souls. In the video above, McPherson helps his daughter Maggie recite Iverson's press conference in adorable fashion. Show More Summary

James Harden Keeps His Beard Flawless by Calling a Beard Guru

If you have ever wondered how Houston Rockets star James Harden keeps his iconic beard in such good shape, here's your answer. NBA 2K revealed that Harden has a beard guru. Of course, this ad is a great way to promote the game's new face-scanning technology. [NBA 2K] Read more NBA news on

What San Antonio Spurs Need from Tony Parker Next Season

It's often said that Tony Parker is a system point guard, thriving as a result of being in a situation with the San Antonio Spurs that maximizes his productivity and effectiveness. It is also often stated that San Antonio has reached...Show More Summary

Antoine Walker Would Be a Good Fit Within the Boston Celtics Organization

A personal story: On March 2, 2002, my cousin and I attended a Boston Celtics charity event held at the club/billiard hall The Rack. Fans were able to hang out, play pool and get their photo taken with the players. Being photographed with Eric Williams, Rodney Rogers and Walter McCarty was cool, but I wanted a picture with Antoine Walker. Show More Summary

Chris Bosh Appears on 'The Ellen Show' as a Guest DJ

Miami Heat star Chris Bosh made an appearance on The Ellen Show as a guest DJ this week, and he did it in typical Bosh fashion. The appearance started off with the cameraman having trouble fitting the 6'10" basketball player in the frame. Show More Summary

Is Klay Thompson Really the Best Two-Way Shooting Guard in the NBA?

With a three-point rocket in his arsenal and the defensive versatility to slide anywhere along the perimeter, Golden State Warriors shooting guard Klay Thompson is among the top two-way players at his position. For Thompson's agent, Bill Duffy, that distinction isn't enough. Show More Summary

Did LeBron James Have His Hairline Fixed?

Hold up. Wait. Stop the record, Dre. We need to talk about something crucially important to the social fabric—specifically, we need to discuss the state of the follicle union atop LeBron James’ head. Like Napoleon hightailing it outShow More Summary

LeBron James Has Passed Larry Bird for NBA's Best Small Forward Ever

The Cleveland Cavaliers’ LeBron James is the greatest small forward the league has ever seen. That title used to be reserved for the Boston Celtics’ Larry Bird, but James, who rejoined the Cavs during free agency this past summer, has surpassed him with his brilliant play during his career. Show More Summary

Breaking Down Atlanta Hawks' Shooting Guard Position for 2014-15 Season

Shooting guard looks like a stable if unspectacular position for the Atlanta Hawks in 2014-15. Last year's starter, Kyle Korver, is back for another season with the team. Korver's dead-eye three-point shooting ability will provide Atlanta's...Show More Summary

NBA Rumors: Latest Info Surrounding Louis Amundson, Aron Baynes and More

While most NBA teams have their rosters settled heading into the start of the 2014 season, there are still a number of moves left to be made before the games begin. It is likely too late in the offseason to see any All-Stars or evenShow More Summary

Mario Chalmers, After Tough Playoffs, Promises a Major Comeback for Heat

MIAMI — It had been nearly a month since his downward spiral had finally stopped, only because the NBA season had cruelly ended. Even after enduring enough recrimination and ridicule to last any athlete a dozen lifetimes, Mario Chalmers...Show More Summary

Remembering Jason Kidd's Better Days with the Nets Franchise

Before Jason Kidd was a villain in the hearts of Brooklyn Nets fans, he was a hero. Prior to pacing the sidelines of Barclays Center for one rocky season, Kidd was remembered for running one of the most electrifying shows in all of sports in East Rutherford, New Jersey. J-Kidd is arguably the best player who has ever donned a Nets uniform. Show More Summary

NBA 2K15 'What If?' Trailer Shows Jordan, Bird & Chamberlain on Same Team

Have you ever wanted to build the ultimate NBA team? You can with NBA 2K15 " MyTEAM " mode. In a new trailer narrated by Shaquille O'Neal, 2K Sports shows off the game mode with a series of hypothetical situations, including Michael Jordan, Larry Bird and Wilt Chamberlain all on the same team. [NBA 2K, h/t Dime Mag] Read more NBA news on

We Remember: 30th Anniversary of Michael Jordan Signing with Chicago Bulls

On this date, 30 years ago, Michael Jordan officially became a member of the Chicago Bulls. Jordan—the No. 3 overall pick in the 1984 draft—was just 21 years old when he signed his first professional contract. Of course, this signing turned out to be a franchise-altering move for Chicago. Show More Summary

Coach K Steps in to Break Up Postgame Skirmish Between USA and Lithuania

When a skirmish broke out on the court after the United States' 96-68 victory over Lithuania in the semifinals of the 2014 FIBA World Cup, Team USA coach Mike Krzyzewski put an end to it rather quickly. It's not clear what started the fight or who was in the middle of it. Show More Summary

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