- Geek & Sci-Fi
By now, I'm sure you've seen the videos. In this era of technology, Twitter and 24/7 highlights, you probably heard about it not long after Pau Gasol felt it.
In my bracket, I had Kentucky and UNC.
The grave for the one-team superstar is not a new plot.
One of my professional goals is to make an appearance on Sesame Street and teach Grover the difference between two obvious things he should've organically learned about at some point over the last forty years.
The 2011-12 NBA season is at a standstill, but all is not lost.
I have no problem saying Burger King makes the best fries.
The 1990s were highlighted by some of the best center play we have ever seen.
The NBA tends to come full circle.
When I had a chance to preview NBA 2K12 this week, I honestly came in ready for a let down.
For the first time since 1994, Georgetown's Patrick Ewing, Dikembe Mutombo and Alonzo Mourning will be together again - that is, in Africa.
An essential element in the cult of Michael Jordan is the fact that the man never lost an NBA Finals.
So today on Twitter I asked what everyone thought Patrick Ewing was doing for his birthday tonight, and predictably, the most popular response was "Is the Gold Club still open.
There's only so long an NBA career can last and LeBron James has officially reached a crossroads. Yes, he's only 26 years old and in his eighth season, but that's almost a negative.
Playing in the same American Century Celebrity Golf Championship as Jimmer Fredette, Charles Barkley heads into the tournament with 500-1 odds.
For his first and only Dime cover story in Dime #38 (December 2007/January 2008), we wanted to get Shaquille O'Neal's take on his legacy, the new crop of NBA big men waiting in the wings and some of the most pressing issues facing the League, and basketball in general, at the time.
Dirk Nowitzki's scalding destruction of the Thunder last night was one of the best shooting performances in NBA history.
One of our boys sent this over this morning and it's pretty much everything you would want in a throwback '80s video: Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Charles Barkley, James Worthy, an incredible Bill Wennington mustache, lots of feathered hair, and a soundtrack by Hall & Oates:.
Upon leaving New York City for All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles, we knew there was a very good possibility that either the Knicks or Nets would pull off a deal, most likely involving Carmelo Anthony.
It's more than just Jordans.