- Geek & Sci-Fi
One of basketball's feel-good stories just keeps getting better.
On December 31, the Nets suffered a 113-93 loss to the San Antonio Spurs.
A little more than halfway through the year and we, the NBA fanbase, have been subject to a few surprises and disappointments we surely didn't see leading into the 2013-14 season.
For only a half season's worth of basketball, the NBA's top athletes have put together a strong resume and large volume of impressive slams, so much so that we had to list 100 of them.
On the surface, the Brooklyn Nets were the first team in the last 12 games to hold the estimable Kevin Durant under 30 points.
Starting off from this past Saturday, we take a look at the top 10 dunks of the week, capped off by one of the most creative alley-oop slams in recent history.
Shaun Livingston got the start tonight for the Nets since Deron Williams was out with continued ankle issues (can we start recycling Stephen Curry yucks for D-Will now.
The NBA sees a lot of talent come in and out at a rapid pace.
If you haven't been living under a rock, you've obviously seen or heard about the devastating leg injury sustained by Kevin Ware, the sophomore guard from Louisville.
The Heat-Clippers showdown got undermined in the last three weeks by Chris Paul's hurt kneecap and a flu strain that made most Miami players sick before the game.
Everyone claims they have the answers for the Lakers problems this year.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski, Houston is on the move again, continuing to stockpile the highest value picks they can.
Remember when a LeBron James visit to Cleveland came with an undeniable whiff of potential danger.
So they think they need a committee to study this stuff huh.
You'd think with an electric point guard and an authentic Aussie around, the Milwaukee Bucks would be a pretty exciting NBA team.