Personally, I'm not that big a fan of Halloween.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
The Oklahoma City Thunder are not like a box of chocolates.
Every time someone comes forward to attempt to break a story about the breakup of the Thunder, we get hit with a spinning forehand right back at our faces.
Friday afternoons used to be the best time in middle school.
With Raymond Felton possibly on his way out of Charlotte (not to mention Larry Brown), next season could be D.
Tracy McGrady is finally a Knick, Nate Robinson is a Celtic and Tyrus Thomas has transformed from a sulky Bull into a brooding Bobcat.
Although this isn't a blockbuster by any means, as I wrote earlier today, the Bucks are not done dealing.
As you know, Dime Magazine is a basketball lifestyle publication.
The Sixers are off to a 3-0 start this preseason, but the city of brotherly love shouldn't get too excited just yet.
If you're a Seattle Supersonics fan stuck in NBA purgatory waiting for somebody else's team to come to town, the story breaking out of Memphis yesterday made you optimistic.