It is normal that if NBA players take part in summer exhibitions, they are liable to go off. But dropping 91 and 85 points respectively, is taking it to new levels and that is exactly what DeMarcus Cousins and Eric Bledsoe did. The Kings All-Star Cousins and fellow Alabama
Deadspin reader sent in this video of a young boy “playing” in a basketball game, but actually, completely refusing to take part. Tim told Deadspin that this youngster may actually not be all that keen on being out on the court, which is pretty painstakingly obvious watching this footage.
Remember Manute Bol? Though never an All-Star, the late Manute Bol was an NBA legend, known for his height (7-foot-7) and shot-blocking ability (he averaged a crazy 5.0 per game as a rookie). Now his son, Bol Bol, appears to be next in line. At just 15 years old,
He played in the NBA thirteen years, won an Olympic gold medal in 2000 and as a four-time All-Star, but now Vin Baker is training towards becoming a manager at Starbucks, according to The Providence Journal’s Kevin McNamara. Having ended his professional basketball career with the LA Clippers after
Jaden Newman is a pint sized 10-year-old girl who averaged 30.5 points per game last season for her varsity high school team. That was not a typo – she averaged over 30 a game against girls 6/7/8 years older than her. Newman has played on the varsity girls team
Every year, millions of people tune into the NBA Draft to see which highly-touted players the league’s most pathetic teams will recruit in the hopes of turning their franchises around, and it’s inevitable everyone will laugh at the Knicks for going with the worst options. In the 2015 NBA
Father Proves That His Son's Grades Matter….. Father writes "My Grades Matter" on $400 pair of J's because his son brings home 2 D's……Does Your Kids Grades Matter? #LegendBlue11 #Jordans #MyGradesMatter Posted by Imsofirst Hart on Thursday, 19 March 2015 This story of father-and-son sneaker retribution is unlike any
Pulling fans out of the crowd at basketball games to take part in games at half time or during timeouts is an age old basketball tradition. The Houston Rockets, however, had not prepared for this. Pulling out two Rockets fans for a friendly game of tic tac toe –
Footwork is everything in the game of basketball, and most people forget that. So did I, until I came across this video from the guys over at Stronger Team. Titled the ‘Art of Footwork’, it is a three minute compilation examining the footwork of a collection of NBA legends.
Russell Westbrook was beasting the 2014-15 NBA season, notching up 11 triple doubles and in MVP discussion, but despite all this he still receives a lot of hate. Shoots too much, is selfish, has an attitude, are all things he would hear from the critics. But this video might
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