A sports-biz expert on Durant’s huge donation in the wake of the Oklahoma City tornado.
The Westboro Baptist Church protested last night’s Oklahoma City-Houston NBA Playoff game in protest of Jason Collins’ coming out. But this guy had the right idea.
Well, the West did. The Heat are still going to win.
It’s not that Marcin Gortat wasn’t interested in blocking a shot, he was just busy with other things at the time.
This new Sprint spot premiered during the Christmas day games, and before the final punchline seems to be going in a sexy, sexy direction.
It’s plagued generations of kids…and now a world class athlete.
James Harden happily played a sixth-man role in Oklahoma City for three years, and left through no fault of his own. But in his first game back, OKC acted like a drunk ex-boyfriend.
“I have a great idea. Let’s make a T-shirt for Oklahoma City Thunder fans that reminds them of one of the few painful moments in franchise history.” (This is something someone must have said in a real-life business meeting.)
I know what she’s thankful for.
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.)
How do you say, “buzzer-beater” in French? How about, “If this goes in, I’m definitely never going to a club that Chris Brown is at again”?
Serge Ibaka sings, Kendrick Perkins mean-mugs.
The NBA does more than any other league to help small-market teams keep homegrown talent. And then stuff like this happens while the Lakers are paying like 400 All-Stars a billion dollars each.
On Jimmy Fallon last night, Harden and Durant, fresh from the London Olympics, were asked about the conference-rival Lakers. They don’t seem too worried.
The success of next year’s Los Angeles Lakers will be measured by one thing: whether they win a championship. And against their main competitors for that prize, Miami and Oklahoma City, new star Dwight Howard has been pretty successful.
Do you have $3,000 and a tolerance for a driver’s side window that won’t roll down? Also includes a Frederick Douglass quoting hood.
OKC mailed in the second half and got blown out by a team that’s probably only going to get better. Stop treating them like Little Leaguers who lost in extra innings!
The only GIF-based guide you’ll need for basketball’s biggest show.
It’s pretty hard to do the weather without mentioning “Heat” and “Thunder.”
The ecstacy of winning and the agony of defeat, conveyed by GIFs and video.
IF this is actually a picture of Russell Westbrook partying in Miami the night before a pivotal Game 5, nobody should get on his back about it.
YouTube: Helping parents be assholes to their kids since 2005.
With Game 4 of the Finals coming tonight, it’s time to show who you’re rooting for. If you’ve ever wanted to know what you’d look like with James Harden’s beard or LeBron’s comically over-sized headband now’s your chance.
Basketball’s biggest show gets the full image macro treatment.
The personal tragedy that the Thunder’s star point guard still lives with.
Yes, LeBron James fouled Kevin Durant on a crucial shot last night, and it didn’t get called. But minutes earlier, Durant should’ve been tossed from the game. And he wasn’t.