Bah Gawd! It's An Al Horford-The Rock People's Elbow Mashup!

After Al Horford’s ejection for dropping The People’s Elbow on Matthew Dellavedova last night, it was only a matter of time before we compiled every angle of Horford’s move and mixed it in with some vintage footage of The Rock. And, yes, there’s the usual presence of “J.R.” Jim Ross in there too. » 5/25/15 11:18am Monday 11:18am

Tonight Was The Good Kind Of J.R. Smith Game

Tonight was a J.R. Smith Game. That is a terrifying sentence to read for anybody who has ever been a fan of a team that J.R. Smith played for. A J.R. Smith Game is one in which he does something inexplicably stupid, like elbowing somebody in the head. A J.R. Smith Game is one in which he plays terribly because he was… » 5/21/15 1:28am 5/21/15 1:28am

There's Still Nothing Quite Like A LeBron James Chasedown Block

Watching LeBron James suplex the Bulls last night felt like bumping into an old friend. He does this at least once every postseason, but the first big LeBron Game of the summer is always a pleasant reminder of just what the greatest player in the world is really capable of. Hey guys, LeBron is here, and he’s gonna win… » 5/13/15 10:15am 5/13/15 10:15am

David Blatt Compares Himself To A Fighter Pilot, Keeps Digging That Hole

The Cavaliers evened the Eastern Conference semis thanks to LeBron James’s game-winning shot Sunday, so head coach David Blatt attempting to call a timeout with none remaining didn’t end up damning Cleveland to a loss. Blatt should still get shit for it, though, and he should definitely get shit for the ways he’s been… » 5/11/15 3:26pm 5/11/15 3:26pm

TV Reporter Says LeBron Shot "Turned The Lights Out" On Bulls' Season

We’re no strangers to the occasional bit of hyperbole in these parts, but reporter Tony Zarrella from Cleveland CBS affiliate WOIO really took it next level tonight as he claimed “The lights literally, literally just went out here in United Center and probably on the Chicago Bulls’ season as well.” » 5/10/15 7:12pm 5/10/15 7:12pm

LeBron James Returns To Game After Turning Ankle

Things turned bad (worse?) for Cavaliers fans as LeBron James rolled around on the floor in agony after turning his left ankle in the third quarter of today’s Game 4. We can’t recall ever seeing LeBron in such extreme pain before, but he returned to the game immediately following the media timeout. » 5/10/15 5:15pm 5/10/15 5:15pm