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A 7-2 man shouldn't be able to so quickly catch at the key, take one dribble, and explode for an off-hand power slam in traffic. It's precisely the Frenchman's insane length, though, that makes him among the few even remotely capable of pulling off such a feat. Make sense?
The 2015 NBA Trade Deadline has come and gone. Now we have to rummage through the aftereffects rubble for the 10 most important moves.
Reggie Jackson is going to the Detroit Pistons, as part of a three-team swap with Enes Kanter going to the Thunder and Kendrick Perkins to Utah.
Even if the Oklahoma City Thunder's pursuit of Brook Lopez proves futile, there's a growing chance the team still fills its post scoring void at the trade deadline. According to multiple reports, the Thunder have become increasingly interested in Utah Jazz big man Enes Kanter.
Less than two full seasons after splitting its post surplus by letting Paul Millsap and Al Jefferson walk in free agency, the Utah Jazz already have another major decision to make in the frontcourt. With the recently extended Derrick Favors enjoying a career season and sophomore center Rudy Gobert emerging as one of basketball's preeminent rim-protectors, Enes Kanter has made it clear he wants to be traded prior to Thursday's deadline. And according to sources, the Milwaukee Bucks are the most ardent pursuer of the third-year Turkish big man.
Rudy Gobert had already embarrassed Nerlens Noel by absolutely swallowing the ambitious rookie's dunk attempt. The strut and stare-down that follows is down emasculating.
The Phoenix Suns beat the Utah Jazz by a fairly comfortable score of 100-93 on Friday night.
There are all sorts of things basketball players need to be able to do on the court, which they usually do through repetition and practice.
This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, but Damian Lillard once again destroyed a big defender at the rim with a powerful hammer on Tuesday night.
We're not sure it's a good idea for Chris Paul to draw officials' attention to these kinds of flops.
If the Utah Jazz are to come all the way back from a 24-point halftime deficit, they'll need more plays like from Derrick Favors.
19 year-old Dante Exum clearly already knows how to work the media.
LeBron makes Gordon Hayward eat his words
If you’ve heard J. Cole’s 2014 Forest Hills Drive album, you’re probably a hip-hop enthusiast.
Through three quarters, who translates into a little over 29 minutes, Stephen Curry dropped 27 points on 10-of-16 shooting (4-of-9 from deep) and 11 assists.
Not many shot-blockers could thwart an aggressive Serge Ibaka dunk attempt.
This is perhaps the craziest shot we've ever seen made in a NBA game.