Cruel world, the NBA.
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Cruel world, the NBA.
It's rare when you can have two extremely gifted shooters on your team.
With All-Stars like LeBron James, Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard running the league from an attention standpoint, it's hard to argue that high schoolers can't make the successful jump to the NBA.
Four years ago, compiling a list of the 25 best players in Miami Heat history meant adding on a few that probably would not have been known of outside of Miami.
Since the 1979-80 NBA season, the three-point line has been a part of the game.
The 2012-13 NBA regular season is right around the corner.
We're guessing the person at the Orlando Sentinel's ad department laughed it off as a crank call at first.
In my bracket, I had Kentucky and UNC.
This season, college basketball is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the three-point shot.
NBA 2K12 won't stop with just a few basketball legends.
I'll never figure out why I was such a huge Glen Rice fan.
After reminiscing on Latrell Sprewell in the late '90s, we figured we'd take it back again.
No NBA players will be hitting up Bank of America if they're in need of loans during the lockout.
It's hard to believe that the recent story about the one-time sexual congress between former NBA star Glen Rice and attention-starved former-semi-governor Sarah Palin could get any better than it already is.
According to the New York Daily News, Isiah Thomas has been working behind the scenes in an effort to bring Chris Paul to the Knicks.
When I got up today and saw photos of Scarlett Johansson's naked a$s (Again, just Google it.
I don't like quoting The National Enquirer as a reputable source, but when a story like this breaks you have to share it with everyone you know -- according to the Enquirer, Joe McGinniss' upcoming book Rogue: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin features claims and confirmation that the former governer and Vice Presidential nominee hooked up with three-time NBA All-Star Glen Rice circa 1987, when he was still in college and she was an Alaskan sports reporter.
"The first day the Fab Five stepped on the University of Michigan campus, that was the start of a revolution.
If you know anything at all about the NBA, you should've seen this coming.