- Geek & Sci-Fi
Today marks the end of the NBA's self-imposed moratorium, which means all the rumored signings and trades can now become official.
NBA championship teams are built around franchise players, Hall Of Fame coaches and close-knit team chemistry.
It was just a little over a year ago when the lockout forced a group of NBA rotation players overseas in search of employment.
It's a new season in the NBA, the Heat and LeBron James have new championship rings, and yet nothing has changed.
Well NFL, I hope you enjoyed your whole day of relevance, because tonight the NBA returns and everyone loves the NBA more than the NFL.
Give NBA uber-dork Daryl Morey some credit.
Eddy Curry wasn't good enough to be San Antonio's 15th man, but he will start tonight for his new team, Dallas, in its preseason finale.
By the time David Stern retires as commissioner of the NBA on Feb.
It didn't officially hit us that the Lakers have Kobe Bryant.
There's something everyone needs to know about Mario Chalmers: his confidence is bordering on movie star-level.
We didn't know Manu Ginobili wrote a column for a Spanish-language newspaper, La Nacion, but in his latest he wrote today that he's not playing in the FIBA Americas Championships in 2013.
The New York Knicks refused to match the Houston Rockets' offer sheet for Jeremy Lin, which totaled $25.
Like many Americans of prudent judgment and sound mind, I will be rooting passionately against the Heat during this year’s NBA Finals, and thus for the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Watching Eddy Curry last night was like seeing a ghost.
If you're a fan of Jackie Moon and Semi-Pro, then you're going to love this.
Oklahoma City didn't play Thursday, but try telling Thunder fans it wasn't a victory.
Beast of the Night: LeBron James had himself a typically big line to the tune of 35 points, six rebounds, seven assists, three steals and two blocks. He shot 57 percent (13-23) from the field, 100 percent (9-9) from the free-throw line and had two turnovers.
So they think they need a committee to study this stuff huh.