- Geek & Sci-Fi
The Denver Nuggets are in shambles, but that doesn't mean they're cleaning house – at least not completely. Grantland's Zach Lowe reports that though every player on its roster save for rookie Jusuf Nurkic has been made available before Thursday's trade deadline, it would take "Godfather" type offers for Denver to part with Ty Lawson or Kenneth Faried.
Of the countless times we're amazed while watching NBA basketball is when a player explodes off two feet to travel a vast horizontal distance.
Few players in the league can jump with Kenneth Faried.
Never before has a Denver Nuggets player scored 26 points and ripped 25 boards in the same game.
The Denver Nuggets’ Kenneth Faried is certainly no stranger to using his explosive athleticism to put his defender on a poster.
They don't call him Manimal for nothing.
We really, really don't want to believe that this is the first recorded triple flop in history of the NBA.
While assembling Dime's list of the top 20 power forwards in the league today, we were struck by just how many different candidates merited consideration for various ranking thresholds.
Among the things we loved most about the World Cup were the unique replays and camera angles offered by the FIBA broadcast team.
USA Basketball is running a three-point shooting clinic in their gold medal game against Serbia this Sunday afternoon.
Team USA breakout star and World Cup MVP candidate Kenneth Faried entered the Americans' semifinal game against Lithuania today shooting a scintillating 71.
USA Basketball had a day off after yesterday's dominating 119-76 win over Slovenia and Goran Dragic.
After intended frontcourt stalwarts Kevin Durant, Blake Griffin, Kevin Love, and LaMarcus Aldridge opted against playing for Team USA in the FIBA World Cup, the Americans' biggest strength became its litany of super-talented guards.
Team USA was a little off in the first half of their quarterfinal game against Slovenia today during the FIBA World Cup in Spain, and only held a slight -- for them -- 49-42 lead at the half.
It seemed like this year's USA Basketball team would rely on outside shooting and scoring from slashing guards like James Harden to offset the loss of dynamic wings like Paul George and Kevin Durant.