Carmelo Anthony Calls Out Jeremy Lin’s “Ridiculous” Contract Offer; 2 Hard 2 Guard Reigns Over L.A.

Somewhere in the future we will likely see an economics thesis written about what Jeremy Lin's value is.


World Basketball Festival Hits Barry Farms In Washington, D.C.

This weekend, the best of USA basketball has converged in Washington, D.


Elton Brand Is Dallas’ Latest One-Year Wonder; Goodman Battles Team NYC

We've written a lot in this space about the league's "one more try" theme going into this next NBA season with the amount of older players getting contracts.

Rice High School

New York City’s Rice High School Closing, Alumnus Responds


In some sad and shocking news, New York City basketball powerhouse Rice High School, home to hoops stars such as Kemba Walker, Andre Barrett, Felipe Lopez and Kenny Satterfield, is shutting down in June.


Kobe Bryant teaches fundamentals at Rucker Park


After Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul and Michael Jordan showed up at Rucker Park for the morning session of yesterday's World Basketball Festival, there was only one way Nike could potentially one-up themselves: Bringing Kobe Bryant up to 155th & Frederick Douglass for this morning's session.


This is What Battling for $2,000 in New York City Looks Like


The bar was set in Boston two weekends ago on the first stop on the Red Bull 2on2 Revolution Tour. Then NYC's turn came along on Saturday and took the level of competition to a whole new level. Check out the great video of the game action below and then read the full tourney recap after the jump.

#Chris Paul

Got To Have a J-O-B


Almost a full month into free agency, and still no home for Shaq, T-Mac and Allen Iverson.

Red Bull 2on2 Revolution

New York City Playground Legend Gunning for $2,000 This Saturday

There aren't many players signed up for Saturday's Red Bull 2on2 Revolution Tour stop in New York City with a resume quite as impressive as that of Kenny "Serious Sat" Satterfield.


Where Are They Now: 2002-2003 Denver Nuggets


In June of 2003, the Detroit Pistons made a decision that forever changed the face and future of the Denver Nuggets.

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