Some of the best players in the world playing basketball and one dunk, from a non-player, outshone them all.
Hands down, no question, Kyrie Irving’s high-wattage performance will be the takeaway from the NBA’s self-congratulatory three days.
Tony Parker schools Kyrie Irving, the Heat subdue the Thunder, and Michael Jordan continues to be a massive presence in the game of basketball.
The Association is about to hit the home stretch of another strong season; here are the year’s best stories so far.
Nothing says the holidays like accidental sexy Instagrams and bad athlete damage control.
This year, these 21 athletes made the leap from mere fame (or, in some cases, total anonymity) to iconhood. You’ll like them — which is good, since we’ll all be spending a lot more time with them going forward.
Let me tell you a story of a basketball player divided against himself.
Basketball’s most exciting young player was just lost for a month to his third significant injury in three years. Is it possible that he’s just one of those guys?
Look no further than these storylines to know why the NBA is the best professional sports league going. (That’s right — better than the NFL.)
This may be the best series of sports commercials since Jordan retired.
Kobe takes pity on Kyrie’s rookie contract and delays the game for one year, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t talk some magnificent trash.
The Cavs star is on the US Select team, which means he’s there to give the Olympic team some competition. He was able to do that and then some.
Sometimes people can be more than a little judgmental out on the court. That’s why “Uncle Drew” is here to give these young bloods the business.
The NBA’s best rookie and the rest of the Cleveland Cavaliers sang “Our Fans” (a bastardization of “My Girl”) for Valentine’s day last night. They all should focus on playing basketball. Except for Tristan Thompson who should focus on making funny faces behind people from now on. He’s great at it.