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Monday, March 30, 2015


Al Harrington Knocks Out Internet Reporter Jason Sereno (Video)

If LaMarcus Aldridge is right about the NBA lockout and talks are not progressing at all, Al Harrington is all set.  That’s not to say the Nuggets forward has a career lined up or anything, but it appears that he is having fun while the NBA Players Association and owners try to hammer out a…Read More

LeBron James Mocking Own Hairline Can be Good for His Image

LeBron James is one of the most image-conscious players in the NBA. He’s the same guy who panicked after getting dunked on around by Jordan Crawford two summers ago, collaborating with Nike to get the video confiscated. That was pretty absurd. But if LeBron’s tweet Wednesday is any indication, he may be loosening up a…Read More

LaMarcus Aldridge Willing to Skip NBA Season if it Means a Fair Deal

One common theme we witnessed throughout the NFL lockout was optimism.  For the most part, we were given the impression that the players and owners wanted to get a deal done.  Both sides wanted a “fair” deal, but the feeling of a cancelled season never actually became a reality.  That has not been the case…Read More

LeBron James Afraid of High Dive But Jumps Anyway (Video)

People put a lot of time and effort into publicly embarrassing LeBron James.  When you’re one of the best basketball players in the world and tend to come across as somewhat smug, that will happen.  Whether it’s LeBron getting dunked on or dunking on a little kid, people always say he is doing something wrong. …Read More

Dwyane Wade Says Some of What Heat Had to Endure Was ‘Unfair’

As expected, the Miami Heat were the most hated team in the universe this past NBA season.  To their credit, the Heat came two wins away from the ultimate form of silencing the critics.  As the season progressed it appeared as though Miami was embracing the role of the villain.  Dwyane Wade openly stated that…Read More

Nick Young Missed Capital Punishment Game Over MVP Snub or Travel Costs?

Wizards guard Nick Young had been a participant in the Los Angeles-based Drew League, a summer basketball league, for the past several weeks. He was one of the NBA players committed to represent the Drew League in a scrimmage against their counterparts from the Washington D.C.-based Goodman League. The exhibition game was termed “Capital Punishment,”…Read More

Kevin Durant Set to Star in Basketball Movie

Players are making good use of their time during the NBA lockout. Nate Robinson talked about trying to play football, Anthony Randolph returned to LSU and might join a frat, several former Bruins are returning to class at UCLA, and Delonte West might submit a job application to Home Depot. But the athlete whose offseason…Read More

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