- Geek & Sci-Fi
The Detroit Pistons' Brandon Knight is ready to start his second season as Motown's point guard.
Flopping is an art form like modern art is: Some people get it, and others think it's pretty ugly.
The signs have been promising, but you never want to get your hopes up after ligament tears in a knee.
Psy's "Gangnam Style," like the "Cat Daddy" and "Dougie" before it, is the latest dance to go viral.
The Celtics, as they were believed to be, were too old and slow for this Miami team, and maybe that's still true in a larger sense of a series.
The Celtics needed a win, and they got it thanks to Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett.
I received a text from my mom last night.
Yeah, that guy we all saw last year wearing No.
Why am I posting this when everyone in the world is talking about Chris Paul.
You'd think with an electric point guard and an authentic Aussie around, the Milwaukee Bucks would be a pretty exciting NBA team.
We aren't sure how much more we can take of this.
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN -- Carmelo Anthony delivered the blow, full-impact right in the face of his opponent, then broke into a speedy yet awkward backpedal, looking like a man built to play defensive end trying to imitate a cornerback.
Crazy night in the NBA, with overtime finishes, upsets, comebacks, a head-to-head matchup of two of the best players in the League, another head-to-head matchup of two of the most talked-about players in the League, and (maybe) some kind of resolution on the Carmelo Anthony situation.
While everyone has anointed the Heat as the Eastern Conference frontrunner (I believe they are), and the Magic, Celtics and Bulls as the best bet to challenge them, one team has slowly solidified its status as a contender: the Milwaukee Bucks.
In the biggest free-agency bonanza to ever hit the NBA, LeBron James is the first domino that has to fall before everyone else figures out their next move.
Weekend Wonder: Kobe Bryant delivered two nice presents to his fantasy owners this past holiday weekend, averaging 36.
Beast of the Night: Joakim Noah rose to the challenge of playing against a stacked Lakers frontline and finished with 11 points, 20 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals, 6 blocks and 3 turnovers.