James Jones sees his number called.
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Anybody seen the Pacers from earlier in the season?
While we'll know the final answer come June, who's your early pick to win it all?
With just two days before the 2014 NBA Playoffs start, it's a great time to look back at some of the most unforgettable moments in NBA playoff history.
The most exciting and thrilling sporting event every year is the NCAA tournament.
As I watch the 2013-14 NBA season unfold, I find myself facing a sad, sad realization: This year's playoffs are going to be an all-time atrocity.
The Miami Heat are your 2012-13 NBA Champions after defeating the San Antonio Spurs 95-88 in Game 7 of what will be remembered as one of the most exciting NBA Finals in recent memory.
You'd think upgrading from the Qingdao Eagles to the San Antonio Spurs bench would be an improvement, but nope, Tracy McGrady's career has hit rock bottom.
At some point during the chaos of the Miami Heat’s incredibly perseverant, come-from-behind 103-100 OT Game 6 victory over the San Antonio Spurs last night, something magical happened – LeBron James lost his trademark headband.
LeBron lives the way he plays.
Danny Green of the San Antonio Spurs was racing back to the locker room to watch the Sprint Halftime Report (I assume) and almost had his life ended when a CHILD NINJA appeared from out of nowhere and almost took him out.
Somehow the San Antonio Spurs ended the first half up only six points after completely out-working Miami.
Every now and then, Manu Ginobili will time warp back to his Kinder Bologna days (when he was considered to be one of the most explosive athletes in the Euroleague) and put one on somebody.
If you felt the Earth move last night, don't be alarmed, it was just LeBron James blocking Tiago Splitter's dunk.
After we posted video of LeBron James stuffing a Tim Duncan shot at the rim, a bunch of haters immediately hit us with the "That's not so impressive" nonsense.
Watch as Juwan Howard and Heat assistant coach David Fizdale attempt to distract Danny Green while he was shooting a three in the first half: So the obvious question is, should NBA benches be allowed to do this.
Let's start by putting this in some kind of perspective: Carmelo Anthony took his last shot of the season back on May 18th when his Knicks were eliminated from the NBA Playoffs by the Indiana Pacers.
Back in March, San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili became presumably the first NBA player to ever host an “Ask Me Anything” session on Reddit.