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Friday, October 31, 2014

Basketball

Miami Heat Scratch Individual Spotlights From Pregame Introductions

We knew we weren’t alone in thinking the Miami Heat‘s new pregame introduction ceremony is completely over-the-top and obnoxious.  We also knew there were people out there who would love it — in particular the Heat fans who gave us crap for ragging on it.  As it turns out, it only took a few home…Read More

Golden State Warriors Are No Longer Irrelevant in the NBA

Golden State Warrior basketball is back baby! With the Warriors beating the New York Knicks 122-117 on Wednesday night, they improved their record to 6-2, their best start in 16 years since they began the 1994-1995 campaign 7-2. The team has been completely rebuilt from the top down. The greatest thing to happen to Warrior…Read More

Utah Jazz: Best Comeback Team in NBA

The Utah Jazz came back from at least an 18-point deficit for a win in its third straight game. Down 74-56 with a minute left in the third quarter Wednesday night, the Jazz rallied to outscore the Magic in Orlando by 19 points in the 4th quarter and win 104-94. Point guard Deron Williams scored…Read More

David Lee Knocks Out Wilson Chandler’s Teeth with Elbow on Rebound

Wearing mouth guards has become an increasingly common practice in the NBA. Carl Landry learned why last year. Knicks forward Wilson Chandler just found out the hard way this year. Chandler went up for a rebound late in the 3rd quarter Wednesday night and got caught by and elbow from Warriors forward David Lee. Lee,…Read More

Blake Griffin Caught Pregame Using a Shake Weight (Video)

A little rookie hazing? Had to have been. How else can you explain Clippers second-year man Blake Griffin (technically a rookie) getting caught using a shake weight before LA’s game in San Antonio? There is no other possible explanation. Here’s the video of Blake Griffin shaking it up with the shake weight: Jalen Rose had…Read More

Gilbert Arenas: I Faked An Injury Because I Was Afraid to Get Booed

During the preseason, we were led to believe that Gilbert Arenas chose to sit out against the Knicks in order to give teammate Nick Young a chance to showcase his skills.  Young dropped 24 points in the game, cashing in on what looked to be a thoughtful gesture from a teammate.  Arenas was laughing with…Read More

Eddie House: Heat May Have Been Bored After Building 22-Point Lead

Besides the Indiana Pacers throwing in 54 points during the third quarter on Tuesday night, the other surprise was seeing the Miami Heat blow a 22-point lead. People watching this one early figured they had seen enough when the Heat raced out to the big lead against the Jazz. The Heat went from up 21…Read More

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