- Geek & Sci-Fi
San Antonio did it again.
Thank the high heavens for the Buffalo Wild Wings Button.
Honestly, Jerryd Bayless was one of the few Grizzlies who played somewhat decent during the Spurs' blowout Game 1 win this afternoon.
While the ghost of Derek Fisher nearly won this game for Oklahoma City -- seriously, the Grizzlies probably expected anything else before expecting Fisher to go for 19 points -- Kevin Durant was undeniably the best player on the floor.
You can interpret Memphis' impressive win against the Clippers 103-93 win in a variety of ways; the story-lines flying around should make for some excellent water cooler talk Wednesday morning.
Tonight, Memphis will be rocking with the Grizzlies back in town and their season on the line.
Go into any basketball locker room in the world -- CYO leagues, middle school, high school, or even in the NBA -- and you'll find sharpshooters, bench warmers, you'll see Jordans, adidas and Reebok, you'll see tall oafs and slippery guards, coaches that rarely say a word and coaches that never shut up.
Fifteen-game winning streaks generally don't end at the hands of names like Brian Roberts, Darius Miller, Ryan Anderson and Roger Mason.
Despite the fact that they were the top seed in the weakest region of the NCAA Tournament, you could pretty much guess that Gonzaga was going to be the first No.
You would think a hush would've rained over Cleveland.
As much as we want to give credit to Kobe Bryant for icing the Lakers win in Brooklyn last night, L.
The last time Rudy Gay posted up Evan Turner, the Sixers appointed nerd damn near ripped Gay's arm out of his socket.
Before Ric Bucher left ESPN this fall, he tweeted one of the more interesting behind-the-scenes nuggets to take into consideration whenever Oklahoma City and the Lakers play.
Beginning this past Saturday, players signed this summer are now available to be traded, and even though we haven't seen one as of this writing, there will be some moves before the New Year.
Mike D'Antoni's offenses work best when they're taking seven seconds or less to take a shot.
It's easy to see why the Oklahoma City Thunder and Los Angeles Lakers are the prohibited favorites in the Western Conference.
Weekend Wonder: Chris Paul averaged 21.
Beast of the Night: Channing Frye posted 26 points, nine rebounds, two assists, one steal, four blocks and five three-pointers last night.
Beast of the Night: Josh Smith busted out something nasty last night, to the tune of 33 points, 13 rebounds, seven assists, one steal, two blocks and two three-pointers.