- Geek & Sci-Fi
For the third time in four years, the Cleveland Cavaliers ended up with the No. 1 pick, this time with just a 1.7% chance of landing it.
Jon Hamm did Bill Simmons' podcast this week, and they get into the final season of 'Mad Men' and geek out about 'Game of Thrones.'
There have already been headlines about Magic Johnson and PTI host Mike Wilbon leaving ESPN's NBA Countdown crew this season with rumors Grantland E-I-C Bill Simmons was to blame.
ESPN's Grantland crew, helmed by E-I-C Bill Simmons, has been counting down the days until the NBA season starts with Simmons and podcast partner, Jalen Rose.
Apparently, "Durantula" has run its course.
It was leaked earlier tonight that Dwight Howard finally made a choice on where he'd play next year.
Almost immediately after it was announced that the Boston Celtics had hired former Butler head coach Brad Stevens, NBA players and everyone else took to Twitter to voice their takes.
The 2013 NBA Draft was possibly the wildest we've ever seen.
Well, the Bill Simmons experiment has gone terribly awry for ESPN broadcasting and he officially jumped the shark last night during the NBA Draft coverage.
The craziest draft in recent memory started off on the right foot.
My favorite part of Jimmy Kimmel’s “Mean Tweets – NBA Edition” is that the mean Tweet they chose to have Bill Simmons read was so vanilla and plain.
Jimmy Kimmel is always hit and miss for me.
ESPN NBA analyst and Grantland honcho Bill Simmons is the center of even more Twitterverse vitriol than usual today after he made a statement about Memphis Grizzlies fans on his latest podcast that was a bit of a leap, to be nice.
Bill Simmons made an incredible leap in logic by saying Memphis fans gets down about their sports teams because of MLK assassination.
For as long as people have been posting humiliating home videos to YouTube with the hopes of becoming the next Star Wars kid or Tay Zonday, my absolute favorite has always been the goofy white kid showing off his slam dunk moves on a NERF hoop in his basement.
Quite the interesting discussion broke out amongst Grantland's Three Amigos - Bill Simmons, David Jacoby and Jalen Rose - with the topic centering around who gets the best real estate in the club during Super Bowl Weekend - President Obama, Jay-Z, Michael Jordan or LeBron James.
#TeamModine. Sorry, Bill Simmons.