- Geek & Sci-Fi
There are a lot of things to look forward to for these 2015 NBA Playoffs.
The 2015 NBA Playoffs are set after a whirlwind final night of regular season action.
The Milwaukee Bucks finally released their new logos, and they don't disappoint.
Watch the Philadelphia 76ers calmly score on their own basket.
The rest of the NBA is trembling with fear as Giannis Antetokounmpo shows off a new dribble move.
The doldrums of March and early April have passed, and the playoffs are merely five days away. Despite over five months and 80 games of competition, though, the field is far from set – and championship implications loom as a result of the regular season's last three days.
Giannis Antetokounmpo isn't only playing against the New York Knicks on Friday night, but the Milwaukee Bucks youngster has already lived up to his nickname in the game's early going, too.
Giannis Antetokounmpo doesn't know why he received his first DNP-CD since November of his rookie season on Wednesday night, and we don't totally understand it, either. After refusing to shed any light whatsoever on the star sophomore's status following his team's loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers, though, Milwaukee Bucks coach Jason Kidd offered a bit more context for his decision today.
The Milwaukee Bucks did an admirable on LeBron James Wednesday night, and the box score even reflected that reality for the game's first 36 minutes. But the Cleveland Cavaliers superstar suddenly found his team team in a dogfight at the beginning of the fourth quarter, and summoned a crunch-time performance seemingly out of thin air that only he could.
The 2015 NBA Playoffs are almost here, and we've all the information you need to track who gets in and who is eliminated.
Jared Dudley had a wide open corner three, and also had a hilarious brain fart.
Michael Beasley shouldn't have lost a jump-ball to Jerryd Bayless, and he shouldn't have insisted on guarding the ball after Loul Deng had already committed. The Miami Heat would have capably checked the Milwaukee Bucks, and Ersan Ilyasova would have been boxed-out instead of getting in the fray and allowing his team a chance at a loose ball.
J.R. Smith's lob pass to LeBron James in the Cavs win against the Bucks today was eerily reminiscent of those early days back in South Beach
The NBA needs new individual rivalries, and we can't think of one much better – and indicative of where the game is going – than Anthony Davis versus Giannis Antetokounmpo.
The Unibrow versus Greek Freak battle was even better than you thought it was going to be.
Stephen Curry wasn't his normally brilliant self for the Golden State Warriors' tilt with the Milwaukee's on Wednesday night. The MVP frontrunner is such a wildly confident shooter, however, that he hardly needs to be on point to break a close game wide open with a flurry of treys.
Which begs the question, are the Bucks planning to sign the pop singer to a 10-day contract? Just in case, here's a scouting report.