This is Kevin Durant's moment.
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The NBA: Where off-seasons don't happen.
Other than "I can't stand Reggie Miller," the last thing you'd expect to hear from an Indiana Pacers fan is, "I hope we start T.
Monty Williams and Byron Scott are gonna have a lot to talk about the next time they cross paths.
With Raymond Felton possibly on his way out of Charlotte (not to mention Larry Brown), next season could be D.
Everyone always talks about coaches being fired and hired at this time of year.
As the end of the NBA regular season draws near, fans of the forgotten Lottery squads all ask themselves one question: Should we start tanking games now to get a better draft pick.
The funniest thing about the NBA Draft Lottery is how team reps try to balance acting happy about getting a high pick with looking sufficiently disappointed that their team was bad enough to end up at the Lottery in the first place.
The cold part is that Vince Carter really is more clutch than a lot of people realize.
Around this time last year, the Indiana Pacers were in pretty good shape.
Everybody wants to make the Hoosiers comparison, but the best movie for Butler's surprise run to the NCAA championship game might be Invictus.
One of the 800 rumors to see the light of day around the NBA trade deadline was of a proposed deal sending T.
For years in the NBA when you thought of the fastest player in the League, it was Allen Iverson.
Two things that will make me angry enough to twist my face into a Kendrick Perkins scowl and start launching Mike Tyson threats: Any Houston sports-related headline that reads, "Houston, we have a problem," and any Seattle-related story headlined, "Sleepless in Seattle.
It took about 22 seconds for the wounded, jaded Knicks fans at MSG to fall in love with Tracy McGrady.
With a little over 30 minutes before the NBA Trade Deadline, there are still rumors surfacing for the first time.
There were just too many elements conspiring against the Mavs going into last night's game in Denver.
Less than a minute to go in Orlando, the Wizards were up one with the ball.