I don't really do fantasy basketball.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Judging NBA talent is in Ryan Blake's blood.
NBA training camps are underway, meaning it's time again for Dime's team-by-team season previews.
Every year during the NBA Summer Leagues, three different types of players grace the courts.
Has anyone bothered to find out what Al Jefferson thinks of all this.
Five teams who had good reason to stage those goofy, awkward draft-room celebrations, and four players who should go buy themselves something pretty.
It was tough to come up with a name for what the Nuggets did to the Hornets last night.
The first weekend is in the books, the field of 65 is down to 16, and I seriously need a break from watching basketball.
Duke, Gonzaga and Purdue gave us the "Madness" part of March yesterday, but UConn, Memphis and Villanova made the biggest statements when it comes to what really matters: winning the 'chip.
Dime's Aron Phillips e-mailed the crew earlier today: "Ty Lawson has been getting as much coverage as Cyrano de Bergerac's nose.
As our March Madness live-blogger put it at the beginning of Dime's all-out Big Dance coverage, Thursday was one of the few "guy days" of the calendar year -- like the Super Bowl, only since it starts in the middle of the workday, you've got people sneaking TV's into the office, hitting the "Boss Button" on their monitors and stashing live-streaming iPhones in desk drawers.