Tag Archives: NBA

  • Metta World Peace Is a Big Right Said Fred Fan, Obviously (Video)

    Metta World Peace Is a Big Right Said Fred Fan, Obviously (Video)

    Have you ever heard an athlete quote Right Said Fred in a post-game interview before? No? Well, that’s about to change. The Los Angels Lakers beat the New Orleans Hornets 104-96 last night to climb into 8th place in the Western Conference, and thus, they are now in the playoff picture. Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol, […]

  • This Day In Sports History (April 5th) — Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

    This Day In Sports History (April 5th) — Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

    It was on this day in 1984 that Kareem Abdul-Jabbar broke Wilt Chamberlain’s record for total career regular season points.  Kareem would score his 31,420th point by hitting one of his trademark sky-hooks in a 129-115 victory over the Jazz during a game played in Las Vegas. Chamberlain’s record stood for over 18 years, as […]

  • Brandon Knight Sucks at Layups (Video)

    Brandon Knight Sucks at Layups (Video)

    The Detroit Pistons went into Boston last night and lost a tight game to the Celtics that went down to the wire.  The final score was 98-93, after Jason Terry sealed the deal by making both of his free-throws with just nine seconds remaining in the game.  But if Pistons fans were looking for one […]

  • Watch President Barack Obama Lay Bricks on the Basketball Court (Video)

    Watch President Barack Obama Lay Bricks on the Basketball Court (Video)

    Reporters often will ask famous people what they would have been if they weren’t what they are. The idea, of course, is to learn something about these people. In sports, that might go something like, “Hey Justin Verlander, what would you be doing if you weren’t the best pitcher in the world and a gazillionaire? […]

  • Enes Kanter Dislocated His Shoulder, and it Looked Nasty (Video)

    Enes Kanter Dislocated His Shoulder, and it Looked Nasty (Video)

    Hopefully you are checking out the following video before your lunch break.  Not after it. If comes from last night’s game between the Phoenix Suns and the Utah Jazz.  Less than two minutes into the second quarter, and less than three minutes into Enes Kanter‘s first appearance on the court, the 6’11″ center for the […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 3/27/2013 — Kemba Walker

    Stat Line of the Night — 3/27/2013 — Kemba Walker

    Kemba Walker entered the NBA in 2011 fresh off an NCAA Championship and Tournament MVP honors, but he’s had to learn the hard way that wins in the pros won’t come quite as easily as they did during his college career. In his first season with the Charlotte Bobcats, who drafted him ninth overall in […]