Lil Bibby might have the world’s least intimidating rap name. It evokes the following things: Smallness, actual babies, and journeyman NBA point guard Mike Bibby, who had a nice run with the early-’00s Sacramento Kings but who was never exactly Ron Artest. (Maybe I should be happy that Lil Bibby didn’t go with “Lil Laettner” [...]
Despite being ridiculed for their lack of cap flexibility, the New York Knicks have built one of the deepest rosters the NBA has to offer. Only a year-and-a-half ago, the Knicks were starting Mike Bibby and relying on the likes of Bill...Show More Summary
Phoenix, AZ — The NBA’s Mike Bibby was escorted out of his son’s high school basketball game by police after arguing with the referees Friday night. Bibby acted like some sort of hero upon being kicked out by cops as he received an ovation from the teens watching the game in the gym His son, [...]Show More Summary
Mike Bibby has been waiting to get the call that somebody wants him back in the NBA, but it has yet to come at this point, so he's doing a lot of normal guy living as of late. You know, like getting kicked out of his son's high school basketball game. Show More Summary
Mike Bibby no longer has a home in the NBA, which means that he has plenty of time to attend his son's high school basketball games. Last Friday, Bibby was kicked out of one of his son's games for arguing with the referees, and was escorted out of the gym by a police officer. Thanks to Arizona's ABC affiliate, we have video of the incident. More »
The former NBA point guard was kicked out of a Phoenix prep contest for criticizing refs.
Nine months ago, Bibby was in the playoffs with the Knicks. Now, he's arguing with high school refs.
Mike Bibby is itching for another shot in the NBA, and he is taking his chances at returning to his first team, the Memphis Grizzlies. Meanwhile, Lionel Hollins doesn't have any need to find out what Bibby would do coming off the Grizzlies bench in a 15th season: Bibby couldn't do anything to make up for what Jerryd Bayless doesn't do. Show More Summary
The Grizzlies conducted a workout with veteran point guard Mike Bibby in Phoenix Wednesday afternoon before their game with the Suns at US Airways Center. Bibby, 34, lives in the Phoenix area but hasn’t played in the NBA since appearing in 39 games for the New York Knicks last season. Sources with knowledge of the situation [...]
Heading into the summer, the New York Knicks knew the key to their offseason was going to be how they handled the point guard position. After struggling for much of the 2011-12 season with Toney Douglas and Mike Bibby manning the 1, the Knicks benefited greatly from the sudden emergence of Jeremy Lin in February. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks overhauled their roster in the offseason. They let starting-caliber players like Jeremy Lin and Landry Fields walk, and they eviscerated their bench. Gone are Toney Douglas and Jared Jeffries, Mike Bibby and Josh Harrellson. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks have the extremely tough task this season of replacing fan favorite Jeremy Lin with another starting point guard. With all of the point guards from last year’s roster, Toney Douglas, Baron Davis and Mike Bibby, no longer with the team, it will be up to one of the Knicks' offseason additions to take on this role. Show More Summary
August 31, 2012 – The Hoop Doctors The Knicks have been stockpiling aging point guards recently. Mike Bibby, Baron Davis, Jason Kidd. But they have their staring PG by signing Ray Felton earleir this is summer. Therefore, Bibby’s services may no longer be needed. A source close to Knicks unrestricted free agent Mike Bibby told ESPNNewYork.com [...]
Drafted 10th overall in 1998 by the Boston Celtics out of Kansas, he felt a little disrespected. I mean, Michael Olowakandi was the first overall pick, then went Mike Bibby, Raef LaFrentz, Antawn Jamison, Vince Carter, Robert “Tractor” Traylor, Jason Williams, Larry Hughes, Dirk Nowitzki (who the Bucks traded to Dallas for “Tractor”) and then Pierce. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks gave their fans some hope for about 12 minutes in Game 5 action of the 2012 NBA playoffs, but the Miami Heat eventually woke up and eliminated New York with a 106-94 victory. The Knicks, sparked by Mike Bibby (seriously), came out with a lot of energy in a partially empty American Airlines Arena and jumped out to an early lead. Show More Summary
May 9, 2012 – The Hoop Doctors Because every Knick PG is hurt, and because Toney Douglas has been banished, Mike Bibby will get the start against the Heat in Game 5. But Dwyane Wade doesn’t seem too concerned about that. When asked about Bibby Wednesday, Wade decided to take a verbal jab at his [...]
There is no point in trying to stretch some pun out of his last name because Mike Bibby can’t be squeezed into a Linsanity-esque narrative. But there is plenty that is intriguing about the veteran Knick point guard starting in Game 5 against his former team, the Miami Heat. Show More Summary
May 8, 2012 – Ben Berry Mike Bibby has been a Team Jordan member for some time now and with teammate Carmelo Anthony also apart of the New York Knicks roster, its only natural that he would throw Bibby pairs of his signature sneaker since they are both under the Jumpman umbrella. I did not [...]
The veteran Mike Bibby does not have the quickness of Jeremy Lin, but he takes care of the ball and knows the Knicks' opponent well.