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Whatever happened to Penny Hardaway? He's busy saving a life and renewing purpose in his own. That's what.
May 27, a day Bulls fans hold near and dear for two reasons.
Today, Nike Sportswear gave us an official look at the upcoming Shooting Stars Pack, which will feature the Air Foamposite One and an all-new Lil Penny Posite.
It was November 22 when things shifted for Derrick Rose again.
With the release of a new series with Powerade entitled "Streetball Court," LeBron James is part of a cast of elite basketball players that have appeared in commercials under a different alias.
A baller, a lover, a poet. A living legend.
As basketball continues to grow as a globalized sport, NBA players are raking in more endorsements and more opportunities than ever before.
Not everyone can have the same history as the Boston Celtics or Chicago Bulls.
With All-Stars like LeBron James, Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard running the league from an attention standpoint, it's hard to argue that high schoolers can't make the successful jump to the NBA.
We're 20 years removed from Penny Hardaway's first season in the NBA.
It's an almost impossible task for one man to carry a NBA team.
Nothing ever stabs as deep as a career cut short.
For a very long time, the NBA has been about who has the better athletes.
The NBA sees a lot of talent come in and out at a rapid pace.
Every so often a player comes into the NBA that has the power to transcend time and change the history of the game forever.
When I was in eighth grade, pretty much everyone I knew had a Shaquille O'Neal Magic jersey; even in his second year, Shaq was the only NBA player that even approached the iconic status of Michael Jordan.
Penny Hardaway was a bad dude, and today, he turned 42 years old.