The New York Knicks easily defeated the Miami Heat by a score of 112-92 on Thursday night, marking the first time this season that the defending NBA champions have lost back-to-back games.
Winning back-to-back championships is one of the most difficult things to do in sports. For starters, being a champion means wearing a bullseye.
Andrew Bynum took time away from the bowling alley to visit a Dave & Busters on Wednesday where he brushed up on his shooting skills while playing Pop-A-Shot.
The Los Angeles Clippers embarrassed the Dallas Mavericks in a 112-90 win on Wednesday night.
LeBron James accepted his award as Sports Illustrated’s Sportsman of the Year on Wednesday and made a pretty cool revelation.
The Miami Heat would not have won a title last season without LeBron James. They probably would not have won one without Dwyane Wade or Chris Bosh, either. That is the easy part to remember.
We all know Steve Nash agreed to join the Lakers via a sign-and-trade deal last summer to give himself a shot at capturing his first NBA title.
The owners of the Sacramento Kings — the Maloof brothers — have been negotiating to move the team out of Sacramento.