- Geek & Sci-Fi
Some of us in the Dime offices are super excited about the Sixers' potential moving forward, and a lot of that stems from their offseason moves.
We've seen a few rapper vs.
Tuesday proved very eventful in NBA land, highlighted by a pair of All-Star power forwards opting to re-up with the teams that drafted them.
Crank up the Willenium because Ray Allen is Miami bound and needs a welcome.
You have to give Dwyane Wade some credit.
The beast is back.
Saturday morning, things looked pretty good for the Heat: All they had to do was beat the craptastic Wizards at home, and if the Bulls lost to the Mavs in a game that injury-racked Derrick Rose (head, shoulders, knees, toes) probably wouldn't play in, Miami would be in prime position to snatch the No.
It's going to be hard for the Sixers to make any noise in the postseason (if they even get there) when their leading scorer and go-to man down the stretch is a 6-1 bench player averaging barely 15 points a night.
In a calmer, maybe more reasonable world, the Miami Heat could lose a game like the game they lost to the Boston Celtics last night and it wouldn't be a big deal.
Andre Iguodala and LeBron James (41 points) engaged in a highlight-off Tuesday in Miami, but Terrel Harris didn't get the memo to stay out of the way on this slam in the second quarter.
You can always tell when one of your boys got some the night before.
After sitting out five games, and then taking the All-Star Game as an opportunity to chill, Derrick Rose is back.
All hail Jeremy Lin.
Facebook is about to go public with its IPO, which has everyone in a buy/sell mood and streaming "The Social Network" soundtrack on Spotify.
All things being equal, the NBA's best sixth men would rather be starting, of course.
Right before Christmas, Lou Williams found himself in an attempt to be robbed at gunpoint.
Weekend Wonder: Derrick Rose averaged 22.
About halfway into the fourth quarter last night, Norris Cole had everyone in the building and all who were watching on national television wondering Who Dat? By the end of the night, Cole was the hero and he had national columnists asking the following morning if straight up, we were really going to love him forever.