There are few celebrity NBA fans more known that actor Jack Nicholson and during last night’s Cleveland Cavaliers/Los Angeles Lakers game, he was not too pleased with former Lakers head man/current Cavs head coach Mike Brown. With time running down in the second quarter of play, Brown can be seen obstructing Jack’s view for a quick second. Watch as Jack ushers Mike to move out...
Mike Brown lost his cool and was ejected from the game Saturday night against the Miami Heat after there was no foul called on Shane Battier as he blocked a shot by Tristan Thompson in the second quarter. Filled with rage, Brown marched onto the court and charged the official as he expressed his displeasure. The post Mike Brown Upset With A No Call, Charges Ref, Gets Ejected (Video...
Bynum brings talent and Moe Howard 'do to Cleveland.
Andrew Bynum has been in the news
for all the wrong reasons over the last year.
The former All-Star center missed
every single second of floor time while a member of the Philadelphia 76ers last year. Before the
start of the 2012-13 season, there were reports that he did additional damage to his already shoddy...
It's been a tumultuous ride for Mike Brown since the Cavs let him go, but now he's back in Cleveland as the the team's head coach.
Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak reportedly said the health of the late Jerry Buss played a role in Mike Brown's firing.
Former L.A. Lakers head coach Mike Brown is one of the nicest guys in the NBA, however, that doesn’t always translate to much.
Appearing on ESPN radio with Colin Cowherd he shed some light on being fired and replaced by Mike D’Antoni.
Cowherd asked what his feelings were when released or fired and Brown responded with “I was shocked.”
Only a few games into the season one...
Over the course of a less than impressive 1-4 start, Lakers fans have become increasingly dissatisfied with the team, and more vocal as well. While that is par for the course for sports fans anywhere, now it seems that some … Continue reading →
The Los Angeles Lakers had title hopes this season. They still do actually, but they find themselves in a rather tenuous situation having allowed the Denver Nuggets to come back from a 3-1 deficit to tie the series at 3-3 on Thursday night. Sure they will play Game 7 in Los Angeles but that may not be much of a consolation after the way they just got thumped in Denver last night...
The Cleveland Cavaliers stunned the Phoenix Suns last night as Anderson Varejao and Cavs rookie Kyrie Irving had huge nights. The team work between Varejao and Irving continues to impress. Irving had 26 points last night and the big story is the play of Varejo. The Wild thing was all over the court last night. Anderson had 17 rebounds,8 points and one assist.
Varejao is starting...