Call it a spoon-feeding.
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Not only was this block by Marvin Williams on Derrick Rose nasty, but it was the key play in Atlanta's 19-point comeback win. What do you think.
With the Celtics and Heat taking up seven of the 12 Eastern Conference All-Star spots, some have jokingly (or not) predicted this being the first year All-Star teammates get into a fight during the typically laid-back game.
In one of the most storied rivalries in sports, Duke and North Carolina played last night at Cameron Indoor Stadium, in what turned out to be a great game.
Sometimes the Spurs make it look so easy.
The Big Three was down to the Chosen One for last night's Heat/Pistons game, which naturally meant for LeBron James that the role of fourth-quarter hero would fall into the hands of -- Eddie House.
We'll say this much: Had LeBron James been able to (or wanted to) convince Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh to move to Cleveland last summer, they would be playing in a much more electric building for their home games.
Beast of the Night: Tim Duncan posted 28 points, 16 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal and 4 blocks last night against the Nuggets.
The Atlanta Hawks are off to an 8-4 start, with five players averaging double-figuring scoring and a sixth, Marvin Williams, putting up 9.
After posting Paul Pierce's Halloween costume last night, it appears he wasn't the only NBA player who got dressed up.
They don't jump like that in Raptors practice.
As NBA training camps get underway, we preview the upcoming season with the "Highs and Lows" system -- predicting the respective ceiling and basement for each team.
Kwame Brown was on NBA TV twice yesterday: First when the news of his agreeing to a free-agent deal with the Charlotte Bobcats was announced, and again during the day-long celebration of Kobe Bryant's 32nd birthday -- Kwame making his cameo during the replay of Kobe's 81-point game against the Raptors in January 2006.
For his sake, considering he was a No.
The Miami Heat have shed salary like Jared Fogle shed pounds on his Subway diet.
By hiring former Mike Woodson assistant Larry Drew as its next head coach, the Hawks sent a message: Things need to change around here.
If Vince Carter is the 2010 Most Disappointing Player of the NBA playoffs, Rasheed Wallace took the crown during the regular season.
Forget about NBA championship dreams for now -- the Atlanta Hawks are just trying to avoid getting swept out of the second round for the second year in a row.
He's not even the most famous second-round draft pick on his own team, but Luc Richard Mbah a Moute is a classic example of the crapshoot reality of the NBA Draft.
It was only one year ago, but given North Carolina's recent struggles, their '09 national championship seems like ancient history.