The greatest player in Utah Jazz franchise history is now 53 years old. July is a crazy month in Utah Jazz land. With an excess number of players past and present celebrating birthdays this month, it almost feels as if Jazz Nation itself ages as a collective every time the month rolls around. In the […] Utah Jazz: Happy Birthday to ‘The Mailman’ Karl Malone - Purple and Blues...
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The NBA announced today that Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James has been named to the 2015-16 All-NBA First Team. James led all Eastern Conference players with 637 points, receiving 125 First Team votes. This marks James’ 12th time being selected to an All-NBA team, including his 10th First Team honor (2006, 2008-2016) and ninth straight. The only players in league history...
This article was originally published on Pick and Popovich on May 17, 2016. Every Wednesday, Pick and Popovich will dive down the rabbit hole and explore a different NBA “What if.” The only rule is that the scenario must come from a place that is somewhat realistic and grounded in at least somewhat believable rumor or hearsay. Otherwise, anything goes. Two superstars grow increasingly...
Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James paid tribute to one of the NBA’s greats on Tuesday night in the team’s game against the Dallas Mavericks. The Cavs had a two-on-none opportunity, and instead of taking the easy layup, J.R. Smith dished the ball to James. James then threw down the “Mailman” dunk, paying his respects to Karl Malone, and he nailed it perfectly.
The Syracuse Orange men’s basketball team received a visit from former NBA great and Hall of Famer Karl Malone earlier today. Malone was in town for the university’s football game against LSU, as his son K.J. is an offensive lineman for the Tigers, and stopped by the basketball facility to speak with the team for a short while. Video of Malone’s visit was posted on assistant...
Hall of Famer Karl Malone spent time with the Syracuse men’s basketball team Saturday morning, while in town to see his son K.J. and the LSU Tigers take on the Orange. Malone met with the team, took pictures and even gave the big men some pointers on how to handle themselves in the paint. For head coach Jim Boeheim and his team, the advice couldn’t have come from a better place...
Karl Malone doesn’t want any trouble, but if Kobe Bryant still wants a piece of him, there is a standing offer to “knuckle up.” Malone joined Huffington Post Live on Wednesday and said he still is willing to fight the Lakers star. “It’s a standing offer. Look, I don’t want no trouble. I don’t have a...Read More
By Jason Rowan Even though Karl Malone and Kobe Bryant were teammates on a Los Angeles Lakers team that reached the 2004 NBA Finals, their relationship quickly soured, almost immediately, in fact. According to reports at the time, everything went south between the two during the 2004-05 NBA season. A seismic rift tore through their friendship after Bryant accused Malone — then...
Karl Malone isn't posting up in the NBA Playoffs anymore. These days this time of year he's hunting bears instead of the Chicago Bulls. Malone's son, LSU offensive lineman Karl Malone Jr., is an avid hunter and recently posted a photo on Instagram of his dad taking down a bear with a bow and arrow. The photo has since been deleted, but he was thrilled to see it make national news. [h/t: TMZ]
Utah Jazz legend Karl Malone was one of the most old school players in basketball during his Hall of Fame NBA career. His strength and determination made him one of the game’s best low-post players and rebounders. Malone’s cell phone proves he has not lost that old school mentality. The Mailman attended Monday night’s game […]
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