Are they for real.
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Are they for real.
Kenyon Martin isn't the only one in search of a team.
You'd think with an electric point guard and an authentic Aussie around, the Milwaukee Bucks would be a pretty exciting NBA team.
Athletes will be athletes.
Like we've told you before, Kevin Durant would most likely top the list of NBA players whom other NBA players would pay to see in action.
Was it the most hyped-up NBA preseason game of all-time.
A lot of talk around the Dime office yesterday focused on 2011 NBA championship contenders.
Without a doubt, Earl Boykins is one of my all-time favorite players in the NBA.
One of the commentators on ESPN's "Outside the Lines" said it best earlier this week: Upsets are the life-blood of the NCAA Tournament.
For years in the NBA when you thought of the fastest player in the League, it was Allen Iverson.
Last night's Hawks/Celtics game was about as close as you'll get on TV to seeing good ol' confrontational angry NBA action in-person without the actual risk of Jermaine O'Neal punching you in the face.
You hear people always say that NBA players are the best athletes in the world.
It's been discussed to death and some of you are probably sick of hearing about it, while others probably can't get enough.
After spending some time in Denver over the holidays and getting a chance to see the Mile High's finest run through the Atlanta Hawks - and then be subsequently steamed rolled by the Dallas Mavericks - I was able to get a better sense of the team's collective flow.
Saturday's NBA schedule featured one double-overtime game, one single-overtime game, the League's best team having its 11-game win streak snapped, a matchup of probably the 2nd and 3rd-best teams in the West that included a huge comeback, and a rematch of 2009's most exciting playoff series.
Weekend Wonder: Chris Paul made a somewhat surprising early return from a sprained ankle on Friday and dropped some jaws with his 16 points, 6 boards, 15 dimes, 8 steals and 1 block.