VIDEO: Tony Allen proves he is the best dancer in the NBA

Tony Allen has all the moves. During the 4th quarter of the Memphis Grizzlies 114-105 win over the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday night, Grizzlies guard Tony Allen proved to the world that he’s not only one of the NBA’s best defensive players, but one of the Association’s best dancers as well. Check out the moves

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VIDEO: Rajon Rondo names himself as a top-three player in the NBA

Rajon Rondo believes he’s a top-three player in the NBA. Okay lets be honest. Most of you clicked on this story to hear Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo embarrass himself by giving a foolish and inaccurate assessment on who the three best players in the NBA today are. We as a society typically enjoy seeing

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Earl Clark turns down Lakers, signs lucrative deal with Chinese team

Earl Clark is reportedly headed to China. According to Marc Stein of ESPN.com, former Los Angeles Lakers forward Earl Clark, who was reportedly negotiating a new contract with Los Angeles several weeks ago, has decided to spurn the Lakers to sign a more lucrative deal with the Shandong Lions, a Chinese basketball team. Stein: Sources

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Tracy McGrady ponders a return to the game he loves

Les Carpenter who works for Bleacher Report has written a fantastic article titled, “The Game Does Not Leave Gently“. Within the article, Carpenter outlines most of Tracy McGrady‘s road since leaving the NBA. He includes some interesting comments from McGrady regarding a possible return to the court: The thing is, I can still go, man,” T-Mac

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NBA Atlantic Division

The Atlantic Files: Episode 4

The Atlantic Files: Episode 4 Alex Fischbein returns for another episode of The Atlantic Files giving a look around the Atlantic Division of the NBA. The Toronto Raptors are still dominating the division all by themselves with the others still just trying to compete. In the first segment Alex goes on about the Raptors and

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Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak believes Kobe Bryant will retire at the end of next season

Mitch Kupchak sees Los Angeles Lakers all-star Kobe Bryant’s career coming to an end after the 2015-2016 season. Bryant, who’s about two months into this season after returning from two major injuries to his lower extremities, signed a two-year deal in 2013 for $48.5 million that he was heavily scrutinized for. Kupchak, in a recent

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Steve Kerr and Klay Thompson

Steve Kerr: "Apparently" Warriors made right choice not trading Klay Thompson for Kevin Love

Steve Kerr: “Apparently” Warriors made right choice not trading Klay Thompson for Kevin Love If you think back into the offseason, before the Golden State Warriors started off this season red hot at 18-2, it was a popular subject about whether or not the Warriors would trade Klay Thompson to the Minnesota Timberwolves in a

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VIDEO: John Wall breaks down in tears during post-game interview

John Wall is mourning the death of his young friend Miyah Telemaque-Nelson. After the Washington Wizards defeated the Boston Celtics 133-132 in a two overtime thriller, Wizards guard John Wall broke down in tears during a very emotional and touching post-game interview, one in which he mentioned Miyah Telemaque-Nelson, a six-year-old girl with cancer that

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PHOTOS: Derrick Rose, LeBron James and Kyrie Irving wear 'I Can't Breathe' t-shirts

NBA stars are voicing their opinions on an extremely controversial topic. On Saturday night, Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose donned an “I Can’t Breathe” t-shirt as the Bulls warmed up for their contest against the Golden State Warriors. Two nights after Rose sported the controversial shirt in warm-ups, Cleveland Cavaliers superstars LeBron James and

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Players of the Week: Aldridge, Lowry

According to NBA.com, The Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week have been awarded to Kyle Lowry of the Toronto Raptors, and LaMarcus Aldridge of the Portland Trailblazers for their efforts in games played from Monday, December 1st, through Sunday, December 7th. Lowry had a remarkable week, which was highlighted by his performance against

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