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NBA players are known to provide highlights on the hardwood, but some of the entertainment slips behind the scenes as well.
Dwyane Wade (Steve Mitchell/USA TODAY Sports) In his time with Miami, Dwyane Wade has constructed quite the highlight reel.
With the NBA season here, you've probably noticed we've been pumping out enough preview content to bury even Hasheem Thabeet.
What could have been a long, drawn-out process, actually ended up lasting about a week.
The Doc Rivers saga in Boston has finally come to an end after talks between the Celtics and Clippers were revived four times over the past week.
The second round of the playoffs is underway and with only eight teams remaining, it means another eight have been eliminated from title contention.
It had been 19 years since Michigan had made the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament.
How often do you see it happen: a visiting team takes control in the fourth quarter before squandering a late chance to grab a W, and then end up getting pounded into submission in the extra session.
All of a sudden, visions of an otherwise forgettable Orlando-Golden State game last season jumped out to us during the Magic's stunning win over the Lakers in Los Angeles on Sunday night.
Gregg Popovich is the Most Interesting Coach In The World.
We can't wait until the season -- training camps, even -- begins and we can mention something about Dwight Howard that involves his game, not Orlando.
A quick inventory of Orlando would show a brand-new coach in Jacque Vaughn, a new GM in Rob Hennigan and a roster that has been overhauled.
People sometimes wonder why a guy like Jeff Van Gundy hasn’t checked back into coaching in the NBA, but the answer’s pretty simple – he’s just got it way too easy right now.
Nearly 30 years ago, Michael Jordan came back too soon from the only major injury of his career, and even today, Bulls' chairman Jerry Reinsdorf counts his fortunes every night before he goes to sleep.
There's a certain rhythmic balance in broadcasting, incisive commentary maneuvering inside and out of the nuts and bolts play-by-play.
Unless you're Skip Bayless and your job is to swim against the current of popular opinion â€” that being LeBron James keeping Miami almost single-handedly from exiting the playoffs was an incredible, once-every-50-years performance â€” LBJ was the first thing you talked to your friends about around the water cooler.
I think we all need to take a seat, maybe form a circle and just relax for a few minutes.
You had to be either stupid or a blind Magic fan to believe Dwight Howard's flirtation with moving on from Orlando ended at the trade deadline.
After essentially being ousted by star center Dwight Howard in April, the question wasn't if Stan Van Gundy would be fired but when his termination would occur.