Russell Westbrook On Former Teammate Reggie Jackson: "Who?"

Reggie Jackson left the Oklahoma City Thunder under contentious circumstances last season. He wanted the minutes and opportunities of a starting player, so he was not the ideal player to back up Russell Westbrook, and it really harmed the Thunder’s chemistry last season. After he got shipped out to Detroit, Westbrook… »Yesterday 11:40am11/28/15 11:40am

Jason Kidd Tossed For Slapping Ball Out Of Ref's Hands

The Milwaukee Bucks—a popular preseason pick to make some noise in the Eastern Conference after signing Greg Monroe—fell to 6-9 Wednesday night after losing to the DeMarcus Cousins-less Sacramento Kings at home. Late in the fourth quarter head coach Jason Kidd’s frustration boiled over, and he slapped the ball out of… »Thursday 1:00am11/26/15 1:00am

Oh Huh, The Dallas Mavericks Might Be Good Again

The Dallas Mavericks were lumped in with the Portland Trailblazers as teams most likely to drop out of the playoffs this year. They missed out on Texas natives DeAndre Jordan and LaMarcus Aldridge, then overpaid for Wesley Matthews. The Great Emoji War was not kind to them. And yet here they are, with a 9-4 record,… »11/21/15 5:45pm11/21/15 5:45pm

Steph Curry Atones For Turnover With Highlight Reel Steal And Alley-Oop

When any normal team goes down double digits early in the first quarter on the second night of a back-to-back, it looks like a schedule loss is imminent. When every one of your opponents wants to be the one to issue you your first defeat, you’re going to get a tough game every night. But the Warriors, fresh off a… »11/21/15 11:30am11/21/15 11:30am

Evan Fournier Game-Winning Three Sinks Timberwolves

Neither the Timberwolves nor the Magic have been any good in the last few years, and while they aren’t quite there yet, both are candidates to nab a low playoff seed this season. That meant what would normally have been a dreary November match-up had a little bit of spark to it. And with the game knotted up at 101-101… »11/18/15 10:21pm11/18/15 10:21pm

LIU Brooklyn Tops Loyola On A Frenzied Buzzer-Beating Banked Three

LIU Brooklyn opened their season in exhilarating fashion Monday night, beating Loyola (Md.) in a game that saw a crazy final five seconds. With it all tied up 68-68, Loyola inbounded from under their own basket. They looked to have a good layup or dunk attempt, but Jerome Frink sent the shot packing. Martin… »11/17/15 12:18am11/17/15 12:18am