As dunks go, nothing is more impressive than a full-frontal challenge by a seemingly daunting defense. Among the listed below, how do you rank these statement dunks? Dunk #1 Scottie Pippen on Patrick Ewing Dunk #2 Michael Jordan on Patrick Ewing Dunk #3 Shawn Kemp on Alston Lister Dunk #4 Vince Carter on Fred Weis […]
The first game of the 2013 Finals is over, and the old, underdog Spurs took the first game from the reigning champs. As the media still revolves their articles around LeBron James and the Miami Heat, it’s easy to forget that Tim Duncan, the perennially consistent San Antonio star has been solid as ever.
The mild mannered Spaniard almost became a Rocket before the 2012-2013 season started, but things didn’t work out and Jeremy Lin ended up with the dynamic James Harden as his teammate, which has worked pretty well so far. But Pau Gasol’s current state isn’t as peachy as Jeremy’s, unfortunately. After being such a consistent and […]
It’s official, and unbelievable, to be honest. The Los Angeles Lakers formed their own super team once again with the imminent acquisition of Orlando Magic’s Dwight Howard. The Dwight Diva Drama (as I call it) finally ends, and he’s be following the original Superman’s footsteps (Shaquille O’Neal) after all. EPSN reported the trade earlier that […]
Is it jealousy? Simple hating? or just plain back-stabbing? A few days after stating he’d love to see Jeremy Lin back in New York, Carmelo Anthony openly called Lin’s contract ‘ridiculous’ on his twitter account, stating: “It’s not up to me. It’s up to the organization to say that they want to match that ridiculous […]
Since Linsanity started back in February, the speculation of the return of either Carmelo Anthony or Amar’e Stoudemire (or both) will cause trouble for the rejuvenated Knicks, and it has, not surprisingly. The Knicks seem to be a more cohesive group when only one All-Star is on the court with Jeremy Lin or Baron Davis, […]
It’s unrealistic, it’s improbable, yet it’s wishful thinking. Here’s the scenario, the New York Knicks down 0-3, facing elimination against the mighty Miami Heat in the first round of the 2012 NBA Eastern Conference Playoffs, and suddenly the Knicks coaching staff announces that Jeremy Lin is ready to play once more.