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Ben Affleck may get shat upon by the hip and snarky, but he had the last laugh when his film Argo walked away with the Best Picture Academy Award (TM) (C) ALL RIGHTS RESERVED ACADEMY OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS AND SCbzzzt. Where was I? Oh, Surviving Christmas is a much better holiday movie than you would expect, and is worth watching if it comes on TV in 9-10 months. Just store that in your head. If you haven’t see The Town, it’s also enjoyable. Wait, is this the basketball blog? I thought we were talking about movies. Hmmm, well, let’s talk about Andrew Bogut. Bogut’s MRI came back and showed a protruding disc in his back. He has been ruled out indefinitely and will not travel with the team. Some of you may remember I had a minor herniated disc back in September, and it took me a few weeks to recover from, derailing my basketball career even further. Bogut is clearly a world class athlete while I get winded getting up from the toilet, but still, back pain is back pain, and Bogut has t...
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The biggest brawl of the NBA season thus far took place on Tuesday night between the Indiana Pacers and Golden State Warriors. The fracas started between Roy Hibbert and David Lee and ended up with almost every player on the court in a tangled mess of pushing and elbowing. Double technical fouls were handed out to Hibbert and Lee, Hibbert and Thompson, and David West and Curry...
Nobody makes a fuss about who is the second best of anything in the NBA, as everyone always talks about who is the top dog, but there are some times when second best is still incredible. There is no doubt that Jamal Crawford has been the best reserve in the NBA this season, leading the Clippers’ second unit. This is not up for debate, but Jarrett Jack, of the Golden State Warriors...
With Stephen Curry and the much improved Golden State Warriors coming to town tomorrow night, it’s hard not to think of the possibilities that could have been if Curry were at the helm of the Knicks offense night in and night out. Remember, New York wanted Curry just as bad as Curry wanted New York, but it just wasn’t meant to be. For now, we take you back to the year 2009.
Tweet We know Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry can shoot. Earlier this season against the Los Angeles Clippers he flashed his passing skills. When you think of NBA players who can make you fall with a quick crossover names like Kyrie Irving, Chris Paul, and Jamal Crawford are probably among the first to [...]
Tuesday’s battle between the Golden State Warriors and Indiana Pacers started off with a friendly basketball atmosphere, but it ended with fists thrown and jersey-tugging actions.
At the midpoint in the fourth quarter, David West was fouled while shooting a jumper. While the field goal attempt flew in the air, Golden State’s center David Lee shoved Indiana’s Roy Hibbert...
The Golden State Warriors were in need of some momentum as they trailed the San Antonio Spurs by five points in the fourth quarter on Saturday night. David Lee tried to provide that spark during an in-bound play, but he failed miserably.
As you can see from the video above, Lee tried to make it look like he was fouled by Tim Duncan while the Spurs were waiting to get the ball inbounds...
Midway through the fourth quarter of the Warriors-Pacers game in Indy Tuesday, both sides got into an ugly scrap that spilled into the first row of the stands. It started when Roy Hibbert and David Lee got into a shoving match. The melee escalated as the two were attempted to be separated and Hibbert continued to toss dudes aside (mainly Stephen Curry…twice!) like rag dolls.
HOUSTON - The 2013 NBA All-Star game marked the 14th time San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan was among the best-of-the-best in the NBA. Not bad for a player who has played 15 seasons in the NBA who has shown that a fundamental grasp of the game and consistency, will earn you a place among the best in this league.
However, many wonder if this past All-Star weekend in Houston might...
Ugly moment during Tuesday night’s Warriors-Pacers game. A melee broke out after David Lee and Roy Hibbert fought for position going for a rebounds below the basket.
Steph Curry was on the wrong end of trying to stop the fight as he took a swing to the face from Hibbert. It appeared David West threw a punch as the two team’s entered the stands. Hibbert was ejected, West/Curry...