Why do we watch.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
The NBA is “Where Amazing Happens” and the 2014 NBA Playoffs have given a new definition to the word amazing.
Roy's been God-awful, but other guys have seen dips in production, too.
According to ESPN's sources close to the situation, Kevin Durant will supplant LeBron James' two-year reign and be named the NBA's 2014 MVP.
The NBA has been a big man's league for a long time, dating all the way back to George Mikan and Bill Russell.
One was born in West Germany during the Cold War to a pair of renowned athletes and destined to be a professional tennis player.
Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle won a title in 2011 with Dallas after leading some — in our opinion — underrated Pistons teams after Larry Brown left early in the millennia.
LeBron James' throat, meet Josh McRoberts' elbow. Plus, LaMarcus Aldridge is a bad, bad man.
A shooting drought at the worst possible time did Dallas in.
Finally, at long last, the real season begins.
Earlier this week, Dallas legend Dirk Nowitzki dropped in yet another mid-range jumper and passed Oscar Robertson for 10th place on the all-time scoring list.
In the here and now, last night's Mavs win over the Jazz in Utah kept the pressure on Phoenix and Memphis for the final playoff spot in the tightly packed Western Conference playoff race.
This could have been you, Milwaukee, but you traded him.
You know, Big Al has more than earned his keep in Charlotte this season.
The sports world may be focused on the Final Four in Arlington this week, but Tuesday night's NBA game in Dallas provided early fireworks for the fans.
Dallas Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki stopped by Conan on his first night in Dallas to administer the Texas Citizenship Test. It involves beef and photoshops.
Dirk and Durant duel in OT.
It was a clinic of Dirk Nowitzki step-back jumpers â€” usually off one foot from the mid-range on Tuesday night in Dallas.