- Geek & Sci-Fi
Shabazz Napier is forcing Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra into an uncomfortable position when it comes to the Heat's point guards.
The unofficial halfcourt shot competition is over.
Last season news broke the Miami Heat and Brooklyn Nets would debut a new idea from the NBA where they would replace the last names on the back of their uniform with a nickname of their own choosing.
The 2014 NBA Draft has been hyped for a couple years now.
Shabazz Napier was selected with the 24th pick of the NBA draft by the Charlotte Hornets, and every University of Connecticut fan's dream had come true.
This marks the last mock before the 2014 NBA Draft begins tonight.
Mario Chalmers is an unrestricted free agent and coming off arguably the worst stretch of play in his six-year career.
I don’t think there’s any question that last year’s NBA Draft was one of the worst we’ve ever witnessed.
March is over--isn’t that hard to believe.
The University of Connecticut Huskies are your 2014 NCAA Tournament champions after defeating the freshman-heavy Kentucky Wildcats, 60-54, never having trailed for the duration of the 40-minute affair.
Following the footsteps of a legend, Kevin Ollie took over the men's basketball dynasty at the University of Connecticut that former head coach Jim Calhoun built for 26 seasons.
The four teams that will duel it out in AT&T Stadium have battled their way through the fields.
I was watching Connecticut play Memphis last Thursday night on ESPN in the American Athletic Conference Quarterfinals and I heard one of the announcers say there is not one individual in UConn's history whose team leaned on him more during a season than current senior guard Shabazz Napier.
That time of year we all love so dearly is finally here--it's March, folks.
How isn't March voted the greatest month of the year.