NBA Superstars Are 1) Annoyed With Former Superstars, 2) Trapped in…

Remember on Thursday when Charles Barkley said Lebron James was alienating his teammates with all his talk of his impending free agency in 2010, and that he should "shut the hell up"? Well, you didn't think King James was going to take that lying down, did you? Heck no. On Friday, he fired back, BIG TIME: » 11/29/08 10:30am 11/29/08 10:30am

Greg Oden Couldn't Be More Thrilled With Your Request For A Photo

Thanks to Phil Golding for this picture, who got it from a friend who enjoyed a recent flight with Trail Blazers rookie Greg Oden. I think it's hilarious that the preseason hadn't even started yet, and already Oden is fed up with the fans. His attitude had improved greatly by Tuesday, however, as the seven-foot rookie… » 10/08/08 10:00am 10/08/08 10:00am

Reexaminating the Ease of Being Green

Kevin Garnett and the Celtics had been rolling through the best the Western Conference until they ran into the Hornets. David West dominated with 37 points and fellow All Star Chris Paul did a bit of everthing, finishing with 19 and 7. Ray Allen was back at full force for Boston, but the team got absolutely nothing… » 3/23/08 12:17pm 3/23/08 12:17pm

Best In the West

San Antonio might not have the best record in the Western Conference, but last night the defending champions reminded everyone why they're still the best. The Spurs took down the Hornets in a battle for Southwest Division supremacy behind another brilliant performance from Manu Ginobli. The Argentine continued his hot… » 2/24/08 11:30am 2/24/08 11:30am

Yes Shaq, the Ball Looks Delicious

The Big Saguaro couldn't quite keep up with Phoenix's offensive pace, but he had his way under the boards. Shaq's four point (1-5 from the field) performance was offset by 13 defensive rebounds (14 total) and he even looked rather spry at times in his 26 minutes of play. Amare scored 28 with Grant Hill adding 18… » 2/23/08 10:45am 2/23/08 10:45am

Who Wants It Less?

The New York Knicks were downright spectacular in their 88-84 win over the god awful Miami Heat. Isiah's bunch has now won three out of their last four games four out of their last five games and the boss is feeling pretty fuckin' good about himself. Check out the grin, the relaxed posture, and the general sense of… » 1/20/08 11:30am 1/20/08 11:30am

Nobody Can Stop the Beer Baron

Baron Davis is simply filthy. Last night his 40 points (6/8 from three) carried the Warriors to a 119-111 win over the rudderless Bulls. Most of Chicago's firepower came from the bench, with Ben Gordon and Andres "Elbows" Nocioni combining to score 57 points. But hey, you try to look Thabo Sefolosha in those big sad… » 1/19/08 12:59pm 1/19/08 12:59pm

Celtics Get Their Balls Back

Perhaps "untouchable" wasn't the right word to describe the DeTroit (I like it better that way) Pistons. Last night they had a chance to stick it to the Celtics again, and this time they had the pleasure of hosting the action. Yet it was not to be. The Celtics relied on Glen Davis'...uh...muscle to lead the way past… » 1/06/08 2:40pm 1/06/08 2:40pm

Knicks Take Brief 2nd Quarter Lead, Lose

On a team loaded with horrendous contracts Jared Jeffries is often overlooked. Last night the man who signed for $30 million over five years put up a line of zero points, one assist, and two big rebounds against San Antonio. But hey, when you play 16 minutes and only attempt one shot it probably means you're sharing… » 1/05/08 11:19am 1/05/08 11:19am

Isiah Passes Grueling Two-Week Evaluation Of Self

Isiah Thomas gave himself two weeks to get his act together, or he would fire himself as coach of the New York Knicks. The two weeks were up on Tuesday, so what's the verdict? Although the Knicks finished 1-4 during that span — including four straight losses — Isiah happily announced on Tuesday that he is staying on… » 1/02/08 11:10am 1/02/08 11:10am