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Throughout his entire coaching career, Mike D'Antoni has been criticized for his teams' lack of defensive talents. In a large NBA market like the Big Apple, the noise and criticism only naturally has gotten louder and louder as D'Antoni entered his fourth season as Knicks head coach, so much so that he brought in Mike Woodson as a defensive preacher.The fact of the matter is that an NBA team can win games one of two ways: by either playing lockdown defense, or simply running their opponent out of the building by outscoring them with ease.D'Antoni's teams have always won games implementing the latter strategy, so it's no surprise that the defensive practices of these teams would be a cause for concern. That being said, it is in fact a surprise that the Knicks were only able to score 78 points against the Warriors Wednesday night. The team's offensive woes continued on Thursday, as the team struggled its way to 82 points in a 99-82 loss to Kobe Bryant (the ...
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Dos Equis has "The Most Interesting Man in the World." World of Warcraft has Chuck Norris. V8 has Jackie Chan. Nike has Kobe Bryant. Of the four masters of their universes, only Bryant is willing to share his recipe for success. In a commercial for his new sneaker, Bryant outlines -- sort of -- the "KobeSystem." Check out the KobeSystem in the video below.
Kobe Bryant confirms he recently directed Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez to an experimental treatment on his right knee in Germany.
Bryant credits the therapy with dramatic improvement in his own troublesome knee and an injured ankle in recent months.
Bryant gave Rodriguez the phone number of the German doctor who developed the treatment, the Lakers guard said Thursday night before...
Kobe Bryant can be credited with an assist to Alex Rodriguez.
According to multiple sources, the Yankees third baseman recently followed a recommendation from Bryant, the Los Angeles Lakers star, and traveled to Germany for an experimental therapy called Orthokine on his bothersome right knee.
The innovative procedure was performed on Rodriguez -- with the Yankees' blessing...
Kobe Bryant confirms he recently directed Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez to an experimental treatment on his right knee in Germany. Bryant credits the therapy with dramatic improvement in his own troublesome knee and an injured ankle in recent months. Bryant gave Rodriguez the phone number of the German doctor who developed the treatment, the Lakers guard said Thursday night before Los Angeles...
As long as the door’s open a crack, Kevin Durant can – and will – sneak attack you and steal a game. Last night in Oklahoma City, KD did just that. A back-and-forth game between the Thunder and the Mavs came down to a final two minutes dominated by big shots. With the Mavs down [...]
LOS ANGELES — The new Knicks suddenly are looking like the old Knicks after three games.
Their California Dreamin’ is turning into a California nightmare as the Knicks weren’t competitive last night in falling to Kobe Bryant’s Lakers, 99-82, at Staples Center.
“The Lakers are good and we are...
Here’s an ad by the NBA that is very strong. It’s a video which seeks to increase the popularity of the NBA and I think it’s very well done. Check it out.
The video includes shot of Wilt Chamberlain and Dr. J. It also includes shots of Magic Johnson and Kobe Bryant. Larry Bird is in [...]
Derrick Rose came into this season trying to pull a bit of a Kobe Bryant from recent years — feed the other guys early, get them going, then take over late. Except, the result has been sluggish starts for the Bulls. (Kobe would be happy to commiserate.) The Bulls had to come from 11 points…