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The NBA put together an awesome new Christmas Day promo commercial featuring the likes of Steph Curry, Kevin Durant, James Harden, Derek Rose, Steve Nash and LeBron James.
All 10 teams that are playing 12/25 will wear long sleeve jerseys that will look something like these from the Clippers, Bulls, Rockets and Knicks:
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Most athletes have horrible feet, that’s a known fact. But that doesn’t mean we can’t stare in amazement when we get a glance at what sort of wear and tear $80 million feet endure. Check this photo of Rockets guard James Harden’s feet. Harden was suffering from a swollen left foot but if you look closer, that’s not all that’s going on with his toes. Regular foot maintenance...
It looks like LeBron James' nine-year old son, LeBron Jr., is taking after his father.
The elder LeBron posted a video on Instagram of his son pulling off a euro-step at his youth game tonight.
Take a look:
But the lay-in showed in this video far from tell the full story of LeBron Jr's game tonight, according to his father.
King James posted the...
LeBron James caught a pretty no-look lob pass from Mario Chalmers, and then threw down a nasty alley-oop dunk on Milwaukee Bucks player Khris Middleton.
LeBron James used Dirk Nowitzki’s signature move to perfection to beat the Dallas Mavericks on Friday night. The Miami Heat were leading the Mavs 100-97 with under three minutes left in the game when Dirk Nowitzki made a jumper to make it a 1-point game. LeBron answered by making a shot using Dirk’s one-legged fadeaway […]
Los Angeles Lakers point guard Steve Nash cannot seem to stay healthy. Considering he will turn 40 in less than three months and is in his 18th NBA season, that isn’t exactly a surprise. On Monday, the Lakers announced that Nash will be sidelined for at least two weeks with nerve issues in his back. […]
The Dallas Mavericks got the best of LeBron James once.
Apparently, he's committed to never letting it happen again. Ever.
The sting of the Miami Heat's loss to the Mavericks in the 2011 NBA Finals muted by the Heat's 2012 and 2013 championships, James and the Heat moved to 5-0 against Dallas since that 2011 championship series with a 110-104 victory Friday night at...
The Lakers will have to manage without Steve Nash for at least two weeks as he tries to recover from a back injury.
Suffering from nerve root irritation, a problem that began when he broke his leg a year ago in the second game of the season, Nash's efforts will now be focused on getting healthy enough to fulfill his contract with the Lakers.
If he can't make it back, he...
This is as much of a commercial for more of those god-awful sleeved jerseys (yeah, the NBA/adidas is still trying to ram those down our throats) as it is for the slate of games the NBA is offering on Christmas Day, but any time the league wants to keep using basketball sound effects to play Christmas carols, I’m OK with it. So enjoy as Stephen Curry, Derrick Rose, James Harden...
Could Lakers Steve Nash be headed for medical retirement? Nash is out two weeks, suffering from nerve root irritation in his back. This developed last season when he broke his leg in the second game of the season. While the goal is for Nash to get healthy and return to the Lakers bench, after 18 seasons and at 39 years of age, should rehab stretch out, the thought of medical retirement...
Which five NBA players, past or present would you select to see team up for a game of pick-up basketball? Can they match up with the “Michael Jordan Quintet”? NBA legend, Michael Jordan took the time to answer that question. His choices (via ESPN Chicago) were former Chicago Bulls teammate Scottie Pippen, Magic Johnson, James Worthy and... Read More... Who Can Match Up with...
MIAMI -- No Udonis Haslem and no Ray Allen for a second straight game.
No problem for the Miami Heat.
LeBron James had a season-high 39 points, six rebounds and four assists to lead the Heat to 110-104 victory against the Dallas Mavericks on Friday night at AmericanAirlines Arena. It was Miami's fifth win in six games, the only loss in that span being to Boston on Jeff Green...
Carmelo Anthony voiced his frustration about the lack of foul calls for himself
The New York Knicks nearly pulled out a thriller last night against the Houston Rockets at Madison Square Garden. Carmelo Anthony hit a three-pointer and was fouled with five seconds to go, but the play was waved off by the referee even though it appeared to be continuation. This would end up being a...
The Miami Heat Need To Step Up Now!
By Nekias Duncan: Hoopstuff Writer
As it stands right now, the Miami Heat are currently sitting at 4-3. As a fan that apparently cares about the regular season more than most people, it feels like Miami is a lot worse than that.
Miami has defeated the Bulls, Wizards, Raptors, and Clippers by 12, 10, 9, and 5 points respectively. Their losses have...