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The Victory Formation:
The NBA has released its 2013 version of the GM Survey on Tuesday, where they provide an initial thought process on the season ahead. Unsurprisingly, Miami and specifically, LeBron James, is ahead of the field.Read more →
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LeBron James and the Miami Heat are the favorites in just about every category this season.
GMs around the NBA picked the Heat to three-peat (75.9%) and LeBron to win MVP (69%), while also voting him for a bunch of other superlatives, including player you'd build your team around (89.7%).
But when it came down to the player you want taking the last shot, they took Kevin Durant...
LeBron James is coming into his own
LeBron James has always been a polarizing player. Since he first stepped foot in the NBA, in what was one of the most anticipated debuts in sports history, The King impressed almost any basketball fan with his abilities, the talent and the gifts that Mother Nature lavishly gave to him. However, he was also in the center of extreme criticism and...
One of the benefits of sitting courtside at an NBA game is the chance to talk with the players and experience the full range of emotions while sitting so close.
Last night, one little kid at the New Orleans Pelicans/Miami Heat game got the chance to play a quick game of catch with LeBron James and that can be seen below:
James image courtesy of Getty Images
During his preview of the Rockets’ season on the Grantland YouTube channel Wednesday, ESPN analyst, Jalen Rose, said that he thinks Kevin Durant will join the Houston Rockets in 2016. Durant was asked about his thoughts on the prediction following OKC’s preseason loss to the Bulls, telling the media that he’s here for the Thunder and he’s not thinking that far down the...
The NBA released its annual survey of the leagues 30 general managers and to the surprise of no one LeBron James and the Miami Heat ranked at the top. T
he GM's picked the Heat to win its third consecutive championship and James to win his third consecutive MVP and fifth overall.
Those weren't the only categories James and the Heat dominated. When asked which player...
The Big Leagues NBA.com’s annual GM survey tells us what we suspected all along.
Without Kevin Durant, Nick Collison and Derek Fisher, the Oklahoma City Thunder trailed the whole game as they fell 88-76 to the Phoenix Suns. The Thunder fell to 4-2 in the preseason. Reggie Jackson led the Thunder with 18 points on 7-of-17 shooting, along with four assists and three rebounds. Jackson finished 1-of-6 from three-point […]The post Shorthanded Thunder fall in the...
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- LeBron James scored 27 points, Dwyane Wade added 25 and the Miami Heat handed the New Orleans Pelicans their first preseason loss, 108-95 Wednesday night.
Trailing 82-77 after three quarters, Miami took over with a 21-2 run. Wade hit a 3 during the decisive surge, then stole the ball for a breakaway jam. Ray Allen did all his scoring with three straight 3s to...
It’s still preseason, but check out this awesome LeBron to Wade, Wade to LeBron pass for the fast break dunk during the Heat’s preseason game vs. Pelicans Wednesday night:
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This year’s 2nd ranked incoming freshman Jabari Parker has somewhat flow under the radar with all of the attention Andrew Wiggins has been getting.
But he gave fans a reminder during Midnight Madness why he was once touted by Sports Illustrated as the best high school basketball player since Lebron James.
- Sheamus, who has been sidelined since August due to a torn labrum in his shoulder, participated in an anti-bullying rally today in Orlando, Florida, with a clean shaven look.
Sheamus is expected to return to action sometime between December and February.
- John Cena gave a shout out to Miami Heat star player LeBron James, writing on Twitter, “This Sunday @KingJames i choose...
Every year NBA.com quietly sends out a survey to all 30 GM’s in the NBA asking them the important questions sports fans want to know.
Those 30 GM’s responded to 56 different questions about the best teams, players, coaches, fans, and offseason moves around the league.
They were not permitted to vote for their own team or personnel. Percentages were rounded up and based on the...
Ok, ok, thus far we’ve covered the rankings and projections for the Top 25 Point Guards, Top 25 Shooting Guards and the Top 25 Power Forwards for 2013-2014 fantasy basketball. Today we’re going small, small forwards that is! I look at this group and I don’t think it aint so bad. Double negative! There are a bunch of guys middle to late who I wouldn’t mind taking a flyer...
“Things do not change, we change.”
- Henry David Thoreau
Do I think of myself as some sort of an NBA aficionado? Most of the time I do.
Not only have I grown up on the NBA but I once had dreams to be a player in the National Basketball Association. Those dreams failed with four knee injuries. But my love for the game never stopped and it’s a love I hope to some day pass on...
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Reggie Jackson had 18 points and six assists to help the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Utah Jazz 88-82 on Sunday night. Serge Ibaka added 17 points and Thabo Sefolosha scored 14 for the Thunder, who led 23-14 after the first quarter. Kevin Durant scored five points on 2-for-10 shooting. Oklahoma City […]The post Thunder hold off Jazz, win 88-82 appeared...