Carmelo Anthony

Would the BIG3 be such a horrendous option for Carmelo Anthony?

There’s no easy way to talk about Carmelo Anthony right now. No, he should not just retire. Yes, he can still hoop. And yes, many of us still want to watch him play. But as it stands, no NBA team is showing signs of pursuing the 10-time All-Star since his short time with the Houston

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Kalin Bennett

Kalin Bennett has autism and a Division 1 scholarship to Kent State

6-foot-10 big man Kalin Bennett has inspired the basketball world by becoming the first player with autism to receive a Division 1 sports scholarship. Bennett is moving from Little Rock, Arkansas to attend Kent State University and play college basketball. Bennett talked to about wanting to make an impact on and off the court

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Lonzo Ball

LeBron James on Lonzo Ball: “Sometimes he doesn’t realize how great he is”

As the Lakers have now won seven out of their last eight games, sitting at 11-7 after a win against the Utah Jazz on Friday, much of the focus has expectedly been on LeBron James. But the potential of this Lakers team extends beyond LeBron and into the ceilings of his new young constituents like

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Evan Anderson

Evan Anderson Joins 1,000 Point Club for Wesley College

Basketball Society’s own Evan Anderson became the 14th 1,000-point scorer in the history of Wesley College (DE) in the team’s home opener on Tuesday night. The senior guard finished with 18 points in Wesley’s 95-56 blowout win over Lancaster Bible. View this post on Instagram Our boy got that 1k stamp last night!! Big love

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Steve Kerr

Steve Kerr: ‘We’re banged up physically and spiritually’

Draymond Green addressed the media for the first time yesterday since his verbal altercation with Kevin Durant on Monday at the end of regulation against the Clippers. Green served a one-game suspension for conduct detrimental to the team. Draymond Green addressed the KD situation for the first time: “We’re not going to crumble off an

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Nneka Ogwumike says it would be disrespectful to lower rims in the WNBA

Basketball fans who understand the level of talent that exists and has existed in the WNBA are at constant subtle war with those who simply don’t understand the appeal of the women’s game. More concentrated marketing and increased TV exposure are some of the more practical concepts discussed as ways to better emphasize the WNBA.

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Kyrie Irving

Kyrie Irving on Celtics: “We’re not as good as we think we are”

The Boston Celtics are now 7-6 after a 100-94 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday. It’s not the kind of start that many expected with Gordon Hayward and Kyrie Irving healthy, but so far the Celtics look extremely mortal and beatable. Via Adam Himmelsbach of The Boston Globe: Kyrie: “We’re not as good

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Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony’s short time with the Rockets could reportedly be coming to an end

The Houston Rockets are having a struggling start to the season, and part of that has been the addition of Carmelo Anthony. The team reportedly met with Anthony about his role with the team over the weekend as he was ruled out against the Spurs due to illness. While Carmelo Anthony is absent with an

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Jayson Tatum

Jayson Tatum Reminds People He Wears No. 0 Because of Gilbert Arenas

Boston Celtics second-year wing Jayson Tatum is often linked to his idol, Kobe Bryant. Tatum often makes reference to the Laker great as such, and even had a chance to work on his post game with Kobe this past summer. But make no mistake, every player has an entire cast of influences on their game.

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Klay Thompson

Stephen Curry Told Klay Thompson to Go Get Three-Point Record at Halftime

Golden State Warriors shooting guard Klay Thompson gave us another reminder of his ability to scorch at any time on Monday night. Thompson went for 52 points against the Chicago Bulls, including 14 made threes, setting a new NBA record for a single game. Thompson’s Splash Brother Stephen Curry apparently encouraged him to “go get

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