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We've known for a while now that Drake is down with the Kentucky Wildcats. And even with his boys John Wall, DeMarcus Cousins and Patrick Patterson collecting NBA paychecks, he's still going to be supporting Coach Cal.
After 11 years in the NBA, current ESPN analyst Jamal Mashburn knows a thing or two about basketball â€“ both on and off the court.
With the NBA Rookie Photo Shoot taking place at the Knicks' practice facility today, all of the rookies were in town for the festivities.
Tuesday was "Bring Your Real-Life NBA Player to Summer League" Day, as J.
You knew this was coming: Once D-Wade, LeBron and Bosh essentially formed a super-squad on their own, accusations of tampering and collusion would arise.
No matter which side you claim in the ongoing LeBron-to-Miami argument, one thing you cannot dispute: The Eastern Conference is going to be a PROBLEM for the West next season.
Kentucky ruled the first round on Draft Night with a record-breaking five first-round picks.
I'm all for the concept of "innocent until proven guilty," but I doubt few people were surprised to hear about the latest potential scandal involving Kentucky basketball.
Yesterday, we asked some of the top bloggers for each Lottery team to share a list of favorite potential prospects, and discuss who they thought the team should select and why. The New Orleans Hornets made the biggest Lottery move last night, trading their #11 overall pick (Cole Aldrich) to the Oklahoma City Thunder, leaving the Hornets bloggers from At The Hive without a selection.
After the NBA Finals comes the last bit of interesting pro ball news for months on end: the NBA Draft. To little surprise, the Washington Wizards went with the no-brainer and scooped John Wall for the #1 pick in hopes he gives Gilbert Arenas proper ammunition on the basketball court.
Of all people, Lou Williams best summed up last night's NBA Draft and the surrounding, um, activities.
2010 NBA Draft prospects Evan Turner, Greg Monroe, Ekpe Udoh, Ed Davis, Patrick Patterson, Xavier Henry, Paul George and Luke Babbitt tell DimeTV where they would sign if they were LeBron James.
One of the most exciting days for basketball fans has finally arrived. After 364 days of waiting, we will finally find out where the cream of the crop of college and international talent will be buying their parents new homes.