Tag Archives: basketball

  • This Is One Video Scottie Pippen Should Probably Watch (Video)

    This Is One Video Scottie Pippen Should Probably Watch (Video)

    During an interview with ESPN radio last Friday, Scottie Pippen said that Michael Jordan “is probably the greatest scorer to play the game” but LeBron James “may be the greatest player to ever play the game.” After watching James and the Heat begin the celebration early, only to  blow a 15-point fourth quarter lead to […]

  • Check Out LeBron James’ Oscar-Worthy Flop (Video)

    Check Out LeBron James’ Oscar-Worthy Flop (Video)

    The Stat Line of the Night wasn’t the only award LeBron James received for his performance last night during Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals.  He also earned an Oscar for best dramatic performance after drawing a foul on the Bulls’ Derrick Rose following this phantom face-poke. This was just one of the many […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 5/26/11 — LeBron James

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 5/26/11 — LeBron James

    When the 2010-11 NBA season began, most people thought the Miami Heat were a shoo-in to at least win the Eastern Conference title, if not the NBA Championship.  Then they went through several rough patches throughout the season, making many pundits believe that there would be some growing pains and at least a one year […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Here Is A Proposal James Harden Can’t Not Refuse

    Picture Of The Day: Here Is A Proposal James Harden Can’t Not Refuse

    Oklahoma City Thunder super-fan Meghan Dailey knew that yesterday’s game against the Dallas Mavericks could be her last opportunity to see James Harden and the rest of the Thunder players this season, so she decided to make the most of it by donning a wedding dress and professing her love for the 6’5 shooting guard […]

  • Picture Of The Day: An Analysis Of Balls In Sports

    Picture Of The Day: An Analysis Of Balls In Sports

    So let me get this straight.  Whoever created this chart, which analyzes balls in sports, is trying to tell me that basketball players and bowlers have bigger balls than football players? Bowlers?  Seriously?  And where does the soccer ball fit into this entire equation?  Even their ball is bigger than a football.  I’m not sure […]

  • 9 Greatest Movie Basketball Coaches of All Time

    9 Greatest Movie Basketball Coaches of All Time

    In the realm of sports films, coaches always exist as larger than life, sage characters, like human Yodas. And in no sport is that more true than basketball, when the only physical gap between the coach and his players is the space between two seats on the sideline. So here are some good coaches and […]

  • This Day In Sports History (May 12th) – New York Knicks

    This Day In Sports History (May 12th) – New York Knicks

    It was on this day in 1985 that the NBA held its first ever Draft Lottery.  The New York Knicks won the lottery and would go on to select Patrick Ewing out of Georgetown University with the#1 overall pick. Ewing was a superstar at Georgetown, as they reached the championship game of the NCAA tournament […]

  • Kenny Smith Gets Spooked By Giant Haunted Screen (Video)

    Kenny Smith Gets Spooked By Giant Haunted Screen (Video)

    During the NBA post-season, Charles Barkley and Ernie Johnson Jr. have had a good time poking fun at Kenny Smith every time he takes the long walk over to “the wall” for another segment of “Kenny’s Pictures.”  That “wall” we are referring to is the giant screen behind the TNT broadcast desk, where Kenny often […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Unanimously Wrong

    Picture Of The Day: Unanimously Wrong

    Yesterday afternoon the Dallas Mavericks accomplished what may have been one of the most unexpected feats in NBA history when they completed their four-game sweep of the Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers entered the 2010-11 regular season as favorites to win it all, and they were still considered among the top contenders once the post-season […]

  • This Day In Sports History (May 5th) – Boston Celtics

    This Day In Sports History (May 5th) – Boston Celtics

    It was on this day in 1969 that the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers played Game 7 of the NBA finals.  The Celtics would go on to win the game 108-106, giving Boston their 11th NBA championship in 13 years. Despite the Celtics recent dominance, they were actually considered underdogs, as the Lakers boasted […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 5/2/11 — Joe Johnson

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 5/2/11 — Joe Johnson

    Not many people were giving the Atlanta Hawks much of a chance heading into their second-round series against the Chicago Bulls, but last night’s performance had to change the minds of at least a few individuals. The Hawks wasted no time stealing home-court advantage from the Chicago Bulls, thanks in large part to the hot […]

  • Paul Pierce Gets A Technical Foul For Setting A Pick (Video)

    Paul Pierce Gets A Technical Foul For Setting A Pick (Video)

    Game One of the Eastern Conference semifinal series between the Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics could have been a lot more interesting down the stretch had it not been for what may very well be the softest (and worst) call of the playoffs thus far. Everyone knows that the intensity of the games gets […]