Knicks Season About To Reach A Tipping Point

In 2015, the New York Knicks started the season 20-20. They finished that season on a 12-30 run, finishing at 32-50. In 2016, the Knicks started 16-13. They then went 15-38 and finished at 31-51. Now, the Knickerbockers have jumped out to a 17-14 start to the new season, leaving many with one question: Is

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Isaiah Thomas

Isaiah Thomas’ Successful Return Signals the Unofficial Start to Cleveland’s Season

With 4:33 remaining in the first quarter, the crowd at Quicken Loans Arena rose to its feet for a thunderous ovation. It’s recipient, point guard Isaiah Thomas, checked into a game for the first time since undergoing offseason hip surgery and slowly walked onto the court. A few moments later, Thomas was running a pick

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Joel Embiid Andre Drummond

Embiid vs. Drummond Lives Up To The Hype, Kinda

“No disrespect, but he can’t shoot. I just gotta worry about the defensive coverages that we have, they have a lot of down screens, backside action, and he’s always the roller so he gets lots of lobs and stuff.” That is the verbage Philadelphia 76ers star Joel Embiid used to describe Detroit Pistons centerpiece Andre

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Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry Basketball

Kevin Durant – “I don’t want to have to be the leader. I’m not a leader”

In an interview with GQ’s, Zach Baron, Kevin Durant sounded off on a variety of topics, including his own leadership style. “Steph Curry is the face of the franchise, and that helps me out, because I don’t have to,” he said. “I don’t want to have to be the leader. I’m not a leader. I’m bad

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De’Aaron Fox Sinks Game Winner With 13.4 Seconds Left As Kings Rally Past Sixers

With 1:24 remaining in the fourth quarter, the Philadelphia 76ers led the Sacremento Kings 108-102 and held possession and a fresh shot clock. The Sixers failed to score another point over the next minute and a half as the Kings proceeded to storm back down the stretch, finally culminating in the first game winner in

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Kyrie Irving

Kyrie Irving’s Handles Take Center Stage As Lonzo Ball Continues To Struggle

Listen, man, God bless Kentavious Caldwell-Pope for working his butt off and trying his best to stick with Kyrie and even more blessings for trying to get back and defend an already-rising Aaron Baynes. But at some point, you’ve got to sit back and remember that you only signed a one-year deal with the Lakers,

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Eric Bledsoe Has Been Traded To The Milwaukee Bucks

According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and Zach Lowe, the Phoenix Suns have agreed to a deal sending point guard Eric Bledsoe to the Milwaukee Bucks. News is still coming out in regards to who else is involved in the trade and we’ll update you on it as soon as possible. Bledsoe has played only three

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LeBron James Is Mad Online

God, I love the NBA.   Sorry, football fans, but while literally all of your exciting players go down with injury, we’ll be over here dissecting the Greatest of All Time’s instagram feed. And baseball fans, while you’re drudging through hour five of Yankees/Red Sox, we’ll be carving through the comments. And hockey fans…. well

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FROM LAST NIGHT: James Harden Annihilates the Utah Jazz, Finishes with 56 Points

56 points. 13 assists. James Harden sets a new career high in @HoustonRockets home win! — NBA (@NBA) November 6, 2017 This season has featured some utterly ridiculous performances thus far. LeBron going for 57. Giannis destroying anything in front of him. Russ continuing to be a triple-double threat every night. This can now

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FROM LAST NIGHT: Carmelo Anthony Ejected For Being Downright Rude To Jusuf Nurkic

The most overplayed story in the world is that the NBA has gone soft. We get it. Michael Jordan and Charles Oakley used to beat the ever living crap out of each other for 48 minutes, fight to an 80-76 final score and for some reason, you think that’s better than James Harden and Steph

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