Stars win championships.
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Stars win championships.
I once asked Steve Nash if anyone in the NBA didn't listen to rap.
There is nothing more beautiful or thrilling than a game-winning shot.
Maybe that’s why D-Will has been coming off the bench lately.
The Toronto Raptors were without their leading scorer in DeMar DeRozan, and Paul Pierce had his best performance as a member of the Brooklyn Nets on Monday night, but the game came down to the final dramatic seconds of regulation when an unsung spoiler emerged out of a game that appeared over.
Earlier tonight, Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski broke the news the Toronto Raptors had traded Rudy Gay to the Sacramento Kings.
The NBA regular season, at least for the teams that hold visions of championships, is just an 82-session practice for the playoffs.
The NBA trade deadline can make or break your fantasy team.
Kyrie Irving took care of his All-Star case a long time ago.
DeAndre Jordan hustles across the baseline and comes up with a huge block on Patrick Patterson's shot, sending it to the bench:.
As we wrote in Smack over the weekend, Saturday night's Dallas/Houston tilt was perhaps the most entertaining game of the season.
Are they for real.
Beast of the Night: Stephen Curry finished with 36 points, seven rebounds, seven assists, two blocks and six three-pointers last night against the Nuggets.
Despite the fact that Yao Ming is gone from the NBA, the Houston Rockets will be virtually unchanged next season - assuming they can re-sign its only free agent (Chuck Hayes) when the NBA resumes.
The ability to progress forward or move backward; the chess rook and the NBA rook both follow a similar path.
Trying to stop a three-game losing streak, start the post-All-Star portion of the season on a good note, and simply protect their home court against one of the NBA's better teams, the Lakers had a big test in front of them against the Hawks.
After an outstanding three-year career at Kansas, which included a 2008 NCAA Championship and three Big 12 titles during his tenure, Cole Aldrich was a Lottery pick this June.
While last night's Wizards/Sixers game was an exercise in frustration for a basketball purist, it was also a chance for two of the NBA's youngest teams to get some crunch-time reps in what could be a budding Eastern Conference rivalry.
We may be only six games into the new season, but Houston is already feeling the pressure to win as much as any other team in the NBA.