Counting Down The Top 10 Moments From NBA Christmas Day: 2-1


The NBA isn't like other professional sports in North America; they play on Christmas.


A Breakdown Of Every 60-Point Game In NBA History


There is a special place of being, an existential plateau that transcends the game of hoops.


6 Quick Facts About Carmelo Anthony’s Record-Setting 62 Points At Madison Square Garden

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The man was in the zone, people. And now, he's all over the history books.


The 15 All-Time NBA Eastern Conference Starting Lineups

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Not everyone can have the same history as the Boston Celtics or Chicago Bulls.

Sylvia Hatchell

Gary Payton, Bernard King And 10 More Enter The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall Of Fame


This weekend saw 12 different players, executives and coaches inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts.


Oklahoma City Thunder Survive Massive Meltdown; The Georges Rip Atlanta a New One; A Brittney Griner Photo Leaves Us Speechless


Mid-way through the fourth quarter of last night's Thunder/Rockets game, Oklahoma City was up 15 at one point and for a minute Houston looked like they were just trying to stay in touch.


Louisville Knocks Out Michigan To Win Their First National Championship In 27 Years


After having one of their family members break his leg in half right in front of their bench, it was only fitting that this tournament, this season would end with the Louisville Cardinals winning a championship for the school (its first in 27 years), for Rick Pitino (who found out yesterday he'll be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame), and for Kevin Ware (for obvious reasons).


Long Live The King: Bernard King Is Hall Of Fame Bound


Bernard King is one of those players I've always had to go back and retrace his game.


Spike Lee Reminisces On The Other “King Of New York”

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Plenty of goals remain on my personal to-do-list yet to be checked off.


Video: Spike Lee Reminisces About Bernard King’s Christmas Day Explosion


There may not be a fan as buoyant about this season than Spike Lee is about his Knicks.


NBA 2K12 Adding 45 New All-Time Players In ‘Legends Showcase’

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NBA 2K12 won't stop with just a few basketball legends.


The NBA’s Best Decade? The 1980s

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This is the first post in a three-part series we will be running today on the best decade in NBA history.


New York Revival: Knicks And Nets On Path To Return To Greatness

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Upon leaving New York City for All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles, we knew there was a very good possibility that either the Knicks or Nets would pull off a deal, most likely involving Carmelo Anthony.


NBA Christmas Day Gives You Kobe vs. LeBron In Your Stocking

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'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the League, Not a player was playing, not even Jeff Teague.


Celtics vs. Knicks: 35 Years Later, the Return of the Rivalry

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When we talk "rivalries" in sports, the first question that needs to be asked is the following: Have both teams been competitive during the same established period of time.

Spencer Haywood

Top 5 Basketball Hall of Fame Nominees

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We've been spoiled the past two years with ridiculous Hall of Fame crops: Michael Jordan, John Stockton, David Robinson and Jerry Sloan in 2009, followed by Karl Malone, Scottie Pippen and the 1992 Dream Team in 2010.


Knicks/Pistons bring back the ’80s; Lakers upset despite Kobe’s 41

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Raymond Felton could've gone to sleep immediately after the Knicks' double-overtime win in Detroit -- where he seriously did look like he was going to drop at any moment -- and he would still be tired and sick.

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