San Antonio did it again.
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San Antonio did it again.
I am a basketball expert.
Thank the high heavens for <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1C8y5z_7YtA">the Buffalo Wild Wings Button</a>.
Chicago had no business to be still playing in May this season.
The current iteration of the Memphis Grizzlies have been around for a while now.
The Thunder and the Bulls aren't out of the NBA playoffs yet, but each team's game four will do a lot in deciding how much longer their season will last.
<a href="http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/knicks-pacers-game-2.jpg"></a>Words By <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/author/scadet">S. Cadet</a> Knicks 105, Pacer 79 Last night's Game 2 between NY and Indiana saw the Knicks playing a full 48 while Indiana went into another offensive slump.
After <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/05/open-thread-bulls-heat-warriors-spurs">last night's excitement</a> during the opening games, we're back for the other round two matches of the NBA playoffs.
So the semi-final rounds of the NBA Playoffs are underway and they're already awesome to everyone outside of Memphis.
The glass half full approach says be thankful we're one game away from leaving the longest first round in professional sports behind.
You can interpret Memphis' impressive win against the Clippers 103-93 win in a variety of ways; the story-lines flying around should make for some excellent water cooler talk Wednesday morning.
Ray Allen's Three-Point Marksmanship In Milwaukee Want some sort of perspective.
Amongst basketball enthusiasts (on Twitter, at least), John Wall has been one of the more debated players of the past couple weeks.
After what seems like years of speculation, the Memphis Grizzlies <a href="http://espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/8898673/sources-memphis-grizzlies-agree-principle-trade-rudy-gay-toronto-raptors" target="_blank">finally shipped swingman Rudy Gay</a> out of town in a two team swap with Toronto.
Known primarily for his long-range prowess, Denver Nuggets forward Danilo Gallinari went NBA Street on the Memphis Grizzlies Friday night, lobbing the basketball off of the backboard for a self-made alley-oop.
What you're looking at is the practice floor for the Vancouver Grizzlies, the 1995 NBA expansion squad that spent six years in Canada before bailing for the bright lights of metropolitan.
Those familiar with Bill Simmons’ Book of Basketball recognize Jalen Rose’s “Dark Alley Fab Five” is essentially the same concept as The Sports Guy’s “All Foxhole Team.
Hey, what's better than seeing NorBel's knees buckled.