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Season 3 of HBO’s popular show “The Game of Thrones (GOT)” came to a close a few weeks ago and it made me think of the NBA’s ongoing struggle sort out player supremacy.
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3 time NBA champ Dwyane Wade received the 2013 Humanitarian Award at Sunday night’s BET Awards ceremony. DWade started his foundation, Wade’s World, his rookie year with the Heat in 2003.
Sidenote, DWade and Gabrielle looked AMAZING and the ladies went crazy went he shouted out his “Queen.”
Dwyane Wade said when he was 7 years old, if he ever became famous, the first thing he’d do is use his celebrity to give back to his old neighborhood in Chicago.
In 2003, the same year he was drafted, he started the Wade’s World Foundation to serve at risk communities in Milwaukee, South Florida and Chicago. Wade’s World promotes literacy, health and fatherhood through youth...
Remember that Game 6 shot by Ray Allen? The one that had him skedaddle to the three-point line without looking down and hitting one of the most iconic shots that we will see in the NBA Finals for years to come. Yeah, remember that one? Seemed nonsensical to think Ray Allen would opt out of his [...]The post Ray Allen opts in with Miami Heat for next season appeared first on The NBA Passionista .
AKRON, Ohio - Last weekend, LeBron James had to stand silently and watch his opponent spray champagne in a wild victory celebration.
Kickball tournaments, apparently, are serious business when a four-time NBA MVP shows up -- wearing what looks to be a hat straight out of the Miami Heat's on-court NBA championship celebration.
Organizers kept it under wraps, but they expected...
We’ve posted some pretty bizarre stories here at That NBA Lottery Pick but this one about Miami Heat forward Udonis Haslem after game seven of the 2013 NBA Finals is an all-timer.
After the Heat collected their second title in three years, Udonis decided to ask teammate Ray Allen about his return to the organization for the following season.
Haslem decided to ask Ray that important...
The San Antonio Spurs front office will be busy this offseason. Manu Ginobili and Tiago Splitter are free agents and Tim Duncan will be entering his final guaranteed contract season (player option in 2014-15 season).
Bringing back Manu will be high atop the Spurs off season to-do list not only for the Spurs but also for Danny Green who says his goal is to bring back Ginobili...
We have had a weekend now to digest and disect the Magic's draft of Victor Oladipo and Romero Osby.
Orlando is not in a position to fill needs and needed simply to continue collecting talent and assets the team can use for the future. Oladipo -- whether he turns into the next Dwyane Wade or the next Tony Allen -- is certainly someone the Magic envision being a solid wing...
Would someone please explain to me just what is going on with that kid shooting a chicken through a basketball hoop? I mean, is this real life? Is there a subculture in America where people play sports using fowl and other assorted animals?
You know, I’m not even that offended that this kid used a chicken for a basketball, as much as I’m offended that no one called this little...
San Antonio Spurs second round draft pick Deshaun Thomas is letting it sink in he is now part of the NBA.
The 6'7" forward spoke about being drafted by the Spurs and feels great about joining the team. From saying the system fits him to praising Gregg Popovich, Thomas feels he is a solid fit in San Antonio.
Check out what Thomas had to say about becoming a member...
I hate to say it because we were rooting for the Bruins to win the Cup. We really wanted Boston to get some love and have the Stanley Cup to celebrate.. Unfortunately – it didn’t happen and this, of course, was just one of the many events that nipped the Boston sports world in the butt.
1.) Ray Allen wins an NBA title – I’m sure Boston fans were thrilled to see this traitor...