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Smith keyed the Rockets' comeback against the Clippers, and now they face the Dubs juggernaut. Can Smoove keep it up?
The Rockets staved-off elimination against the Clippers with a shocking fourth quarter comeback for the ages.
To celebrate the New Season of Ink Master, premiering Tuesday February 25 at 10/9c on Spike, the show is sponsoring "Tattoo Bracket 2014.
This past Friday, I found myself removed from my seat following another towering slam by LeBron James when I came to the realization that the four-time MVP may be the best entertainer in the country at the moment.
While the sports world is paying more and more attention to statistics and analysis of those stats, the concept of streaky shooting is being brought to the forefront for basketball fans to breakdown.
The Brooklyn Nets are stuck at 5-12 on the year, and injuries have clouded a disappointing first month to the season.
Perhaps forgotten within the trade sending Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett to Brooklyn, was the third player included in that deal, Jason Terry.
Recently in Los Angeles, we went behind-the-scenes of Reebok's new campaign, "Game Recognize Game.
Ever since Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov agreed to pay over $100 million â€” not to mention another $80 million plus in estimated taxes â€” to construct a legitimate title-contending team with Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and others joining this offseason, they've been exchanging harsh words with other teams.
Reebok's bringing (back) the heat this fall.
The other day, while I read the article in which Jason Terry mocked J.R. Smith's recent championship guarantee, something regarding the whole situation hit me: Up until that moment, there really hadn't been much of an outcry from anyone in the basketball world.
Jason Terry is one of the most charismatic players in the NBA.
While all of America is gearing up for fantasy football, we here at Dime feel that it's never too early for fantasy basketball draft preparation.
Since the 1979-80 NBA season, the three-point line has been a part of the game.
Brooklyn Nets general manager, Billy King, owner, Mikhail Prokhorov and coach Jason Kidd were on hand at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn today to formally welcome the addition of former-Celtics stars, Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry to their star-studded team.
Credit Danny Ainge and Billy King for overshadowing a Draft Night full of weird suits with a huge player swap.
If the Boston Celtics had succeeded in pulling off that miracle fourth quarter run, this move by Iman Shumpert would have been remembered until the end of time as the pinnacle of premature celebration.
NBA 6th Man of the Year JR Smith said that if he hadn’t been suspended for Game 4 of the first round of the New York Knicks playoff matchup against the Boston Celtics, he’d be playing golf right now.