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Check out the flick T…Executive Producers NBA Amar’e Stoudemire and Lupe Fiasco held a private screening at the Time Center for his much anticipated documentary “LITTLE BALLERS.” The documentary follows four 11-year-old AAU basketball players on their long and cutthroat journey to achieve their dreams and make it to the NBA and features NBA players Amar’e Stoudemire, Steve Nash, Walt Frazier, Carmelo Anthony, Joakim Noah, Russell Westbrook, Tyson Chandler, JR Smith. Find out more and Check the Documentary Little Ballers on Twitter and Instagram. #Littleballers @Littleballers #EverybodyHasADream. To SEE MORE PICS continue reading-TOAmare and Wife Hang with 50 Cent and New GirlStoudemire & Wife Alexis Have Second Wedding
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During the 2012-13 season Los Angeles Lakers point guard Steve Nash never seemed like himself. Despite being back in head coach Mike D’Antoni’s system where he thrived for years, Nash never got comfortable during his first season with the Lakers. As a result, reports have now surfaced that suggest Nash could be put on a strict minutes limit during the 2013-14 season. During his...
Hello again Lakers fans, and more specifically, Steve Nash fans!
With training camp set to open this Saturday, and Steve Nash set to turn 40 in February, I thought I would take a moment to look back on Nash’s career and count down for you my Top Five Steve Nash Accomplishments (so far):
5. Steve Nash Is Currently the NBA’s Career Free Throw Percentage Leader
At the moment, Steve...
This off-season certainly has been eventful for J.R. Smith. After signing a four-year $24.5 million dollar contract, wait ummm, rather three-year $17.95 million dollar contract to stay in blue and orange this upcoming season, it was soon discovered that he would be undergoing surgery to repair a damaged patella tendon and a torn lateral meniscus in his left knee. The deal actually...
The New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets have made it a point to proclaim their dominance over the city this offseason. In 2015 both teams will have to share the city.
On Wednesday the NBA is set to announce that the Knicks and Nets will co host the 2015 NBA All Star Game. It will be the first All Star Game played in New York since 1998.
Outgoing NBA commissioner, David Stern...
The new look Lakers are going through transition after losing Dwight Howard and awaiting the return of the “Black Mamba”.
Steve Nash appears to be an essential piece this upcoming season, after losing Howard, Mike D’Antoni is allowed more freedom to run the up-tempo style he’s accustom to.
With the lack of quality depth at point guard, Nash may have to play heavy minutes...
NBA star Amar’e Stoudemire has been spending his free time dabbling in film during the off-season. This past Saturday Amar’e held a private screening for his new documentary entitled “Little Ballers” which he teamed up with rapper Lupe Fiasco, and a cast of the film industries finest to produce.
The documentary follows the lives of four 11-year-old AAU basketball players...
The New York Knicks are shaking things up in the front office as they approach a huge 2013 season and Carmelo Anthony’s impending jump into free agency.
Marc Stein of ESPN.com is reporting that the Knicks are going to replace GM Glen Grunwald with ex-Madison Square Garden president Steve Mills.
RT @ESPNNBA: Sources: Knicks to replace Grunwald w/ Steve Mills in front office (via...
With NBA 2K14 just days away from release, many fans of the game are anxious to see what ratings their favorite players have been given this year. Thanks to Lakers beat reporter Mark Medina, we can share with you the ratings for Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, Pau Gasol, Chris Kaman and Nick Young:
Some NBA2K14 rankings on Lakers: Kobe Bryant (93), Steve Nash (81), Pau Gasol (81), Chris...
Over the past five plus years, the San Antonio Spurs have become accustomed to other teams copying their lead and hiring their front office people.
With the Spurs hopefully eyeing a return trip to the NBA Finals, keeping Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili healthy should be a high priority. With news coming in from France about Tony Parker feeling tired after playing for the French...
The Knicks @ Nite crew and important Knickswag contributors have thought night and day about who the most important Knick could be. We all have come up with some great insight into this subject, so let’s skip the bloviating and get right to it… Enjoy.
Peter Arturi –
The idea that one player could be more important than the team concept is maddening to me. Assuming Melo picks...
By Max Marcilla
Now that the NBA has announced the Knicks and the Nets are going to share the 2015 All-Star game, I think this is the prefect time to discuss the heated summer between the two New York teams.
I think it is safe to say that J.R Smith and Paul Pierce don’t like each other.
This offseason has been an interesting one, with trades, signings, and even the emergence of...
You know the saying…………
“Don’t judge a book, by its cover”
Normally, I try to live by that motto, but in this case I saw the cover and immediately threw the book in the trash.
I’ve learned not to dismiss anything completely, but if Michael Jordan is the father of Laquetta’s 2-year-old daughter like she claims in this report, I am going to have to rethink...
From ESPN: “Some members of the Miami Heat have been told the NBA is considering having them and the Brooklyn Nets wear “nickname jerseys” in at least one of their four matchups this season. The NBA has not announced the plan, but teams apparently have been aware of the likelihood of it happening for at least several weeks.
For now, only the Heat and the Nets would be taking...
New York Knicks: Free Agency Grades
By Mike Samuels Hoopstuff/Writer
(G) Toure’ Murry (1 year deal worth $490K)
(PG) Chris Smith (2 year deal worth $1.31 million)
(PG) Beno Udrih (1 year deal worth $1.27 million)
(C) Jeremy Tyler (2 year deal worth $1.83 million)
(PF) Kenyon Martin (1 year deal worth $1.40 million)
(F) Metta World...
Since staring at the schedule isn’t making the 2013-14 season get any closer, TOK is breaking down the New York Knicks’ games by division . We continue with the Southeast Division.
Last Year: The Knicks won 3 out of 4 over the Champs, including two 20 point victories.
This Year: Home – January 9th (TNT), February 1st (ESPN), Away – February 27th (TNT), April...