- Geek & Sci-Fi
In basketball, one thing is guaranteed: someone will win and someone will lose.
Player values are officially set in stone now, so it's time to update the Top 50.
Steph and Kemba trade buckets in the fourth. You can say it was exciting.
Twisted ankles are a part of the NBA game.
Kemba Walker daggers, Paul George thriving, Eric Bledsoe balling and LeBron makes history...again.
Preseason stats don't mean too much, but it's great to finally have something to analyze.
With the start of the 2013-14 NBA season rapidly approaching, we thought it only fair to share what makes each team so exciting.
With the launch of NBA LIVE 14 coming up next month on next generation consoles, today EA Sports announced a six-man athlete roster for the new game.
The crossover is such a beautiful thing, especially on the college level.
Point guard is the most important position in basketball; this player is essentially the coach on the court, or the NBA-version of the quarterback.
Charlotte's Kemba Walker came out for the Under Armour Elite 24 midnight run and put on a show, at one point going through a defender's legs and hitting the Dirk-like one-footed fadeaway.
While the position of point guard is considered one of the hardest to learn for players just entering the NBA, there is a coterie of youngsters who have started to dominate the league irrespective of their age.
Fast, up-tempo play is what NBA fans love and there are players today that absolutely take their ability to move to the next level.
While all of America is gearing up for fantasy football, we here at Dime believe that it's never too early for fantasy basketball draft preparation.
Remember when Steph Curry dropped 54 at MSG.
There's nothing better than beating down a different opponent every week as opposed to the monotony of rotisserie.
Every league has them.
Pro wrestling is fake.
As much as I enjoy watching LeBron James at the peak of his NBA powers, as much as I enjoy watching the veteran Celtics come together since Rajon Rondo went down, as fun as it is to watch Carmelo Anthony drop 35-plus night after night en-route to his first scoring title, and Chris Paul continuing to be the best point guard of this generation, what makes the NBA so great night in and night out is everyone else.