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  • Lonzo Ball Says LeBron James Is Better Than Kobe Bryant (VIDEO)

    Lonzo Ball Says LeBron James Is Better Than Kobe Bryant (VIDEO)

    If Lonzo Ball wanted to win over the fans even more in Los Angeles, he’s going about it the wrong way. The Los Angels Lakers #2 overall draft pick was asked to weigh in on the much-talked about Kobe Vs. LeBron debate—after Jordan stated that rings mattered over everything last week while picking Kobe over […]

  • Charles Oakley Will Be Suiting Up For The BIG3 Regular-Season Finale

    Charles Oakley Will Be Suiting Up For The BIG3 Regular-Season Finale

    It’s been 13 years since Charles Oakley last played on the hardwood against other NBA players, but that layoff will come to an end real soon. The BIG3 league announced on Friday that the former New York Knicks enforcer will be suiting up during the league’s finale on Sunday for the Killer 3s. They’ll take on […]

  • Big Baller Brand Shoes Will Now Be Featured In NBA 2K18

    Big Baller Brand Shoes Will Now Be Featured In NBA 2K18

    Earlier this week, Operation Sports’ Steve Noah tweeted out a photo of Los Angeles Lakers rookie guard Lonzo Ball in NBA 2K18. Most of the people who saw the photo noticed he wasn’t wearing his signature ZO2′s.  Instead, Ball was wearing Nikes, so it was assumed that the up and coming brand would not be available in the […]

  • The Great NBA Cereal War Has Begun (Tweets)

    The Great NBA Cereal War Has Begun (Tweets)

    I don’t know if you’ve checked on NBA Twitter this morning, but all the teams are tweeting breakfast cereal puns. Why? Excellent question. I don’t know! It all started with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Just after 10am, they tweeted a photoshopped image of a box of Special K with second year point guard Kay Felder on […]

  • J.A. Adande Leaving ESPN After 10 Years To Focus On Teaching At Northwestern

    J.A. Adande Leaving ESPN After 10 Years To Focus On Teaching At Northwestern

    It was just a few months ago when ESPN saw heavy layoffs from the company that included some top names. You can now add J.A. Adande to that list of departed ESPN staffers, but the only difference is he’s leaving on his own terms. Adande, who joined the company full-time in 2007 after leaving the Los Angeles Times, will focus on […]