On Tuesday night, we’ll see an early season rematch between the Sacramento Kings and the Golden State Warriors. Both teams have struggled; Kings got off to a terrible start of the season before winning four straight after De’Aaron Fox returned while the Warriors have lost the last seven of eight games. Not only do both […]
With ten different professional franchises across the four major North American sports, the state of New York is loaded with professional talent. The Big Apple alone accounts for all 45 of the Empire State’s major professional championships (sorry, Buffalo), with legendary moments aplenty in these team’s championship runs. Here’s a look at some of the […]
When you participate in a sport, you know there are certain physical attributes that inherently put you at an advantage. For example, if we were choosing to place money on an American football team based on the way they looked; our NFL picks would go to the team that looked like they had both size […]
Since the Seattle Supersonics moved to Oklahoma City in 2008 and became the Thunder, Seattle basketball fans have been waiting for an opportunity to welcome the Sonics back in their city. While the WNBA’s storm has given the city a basketball team to back since 2000, crossover fans haven’t forgotten their lost NBA squad. NBA […]
With the Sixers dealing Ben Simmons for James Harden in the biggest trade of the season, the Ben Simmons saga has moved on to the next question: Can the Brooklyn Nets win an NBA championship this season? With Kevin Durant and James Harden, the Nets were near the top of the Eastern Conference standings for […]
With the new NBA season just around the corner on October 19th 2021, basketball fans around the world are eagerly looking forward to another drama-filled year. For most fans and players, the work really starts in earnest when NBA pre-season begins on October 10th 2021. This not only gives coaches the chance to see how […]
Of all the remaining teams in the conference finals, the Milwaukee Bucks were the team that had earned an NBA championship. In five consecutive playoff appearances, the Bucks lost in the first round twice, they’ve been eliminated in the semi-finals, they’ve lost a heartbreaking series to the Toronto Raptors in the Eastern Conference Finals, and […]
Look no further than the Chris Paul and the Oklahoma City Thunder as they continue to stun experts, talking heads, odds makers and even their own fan base.
The last time an NBA team was swept in the finals was back in 2007 … it was the Cleveland Cavaliers getting trounced by a younger Tim Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs. Well, unfortunately for the town of Cleveland, not only do they own the Browns, but they own two of the nine NBA […]
The signing of Kevin Durant to a team that had already won a NBA all-time record of 73 wins have had reverberations across the entire league.
NBA League Pass allows NBA fans to watch any regular season game using on their television, mobile phone or tablet.
Even if you’re not an NBA fan, there’s no escaping Stephen Curry. If he isn’t already, Curry is quickly becoming a household name.
Jeremy Lin scored 17 points including several crucial plays at the end of the game that helped the Charlotte Hornets hang on a tight two point win over the New York Knicks.
Jeremy Lin’s midrange jumper was on point and the crowd in Shenzen, China loved watching Lin during the Hornets 106-94 win over the Los Angeles Clippers last night.
While in China for the NBA Global Games, Jeremy Lin decided to wear his hair in a bowlcut at a Charlotte Hornets practice.
In “out of left field” news, free agent Jeremy Lin announced on his social media accounts that he signed with the Charlotte Hornets for the 2015-16 NBA season.
John Wall is quickly making his high-flying 360 layup his calling card.
It was great to follow the Warriors on their way to the NBA championship while on the East Coast.
I wouldn’t have argued loudly had Lebron James won the Finals MVP, but it wasn’t a travesty that Andre Iguodola took home the trophy.
Believe it or not, there’s a bright side to the Cavs getting beat in Game 4 of the NBA Finals in Cleveland. The bright side is that the game was over and they could rest.
In the late 1980’s, my sister and I took an interest in basketball. With NBA on the television all the time, my mom also became a hoops fan (in addition to loving Knots Landing).
Who knew that Cleveland was a hotbed for travelers?
Steph Curry finally had an off-shooting night in critical game 2 of the NBA Finals.
In November 2014, The Atlantic posted a short video on Jazzoon, a Brooklyn man that followed his passions– sports memorabilia, music, and comic books –into a viable living.