Dirk Nowitzki destroyed Oracle Arena locker room after ‘07 Playoff loss to Warriors

Baron Davis, Matt Barnes, Al Harrington and Stephen Jackson were part of that magical 8th seed Golden State Warriors squad that beat the top seeded Dallas Mavericks in the first round of the 2007 NBA Playoffs. See For Yourself: Averaging 24.6 points, 8.9 rebounds and 3.4 assists, 2007 was Dirk Nowitzki’s MVP season and coming

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Lonzo Ball

Leave Lonzo Ball alone & “let him play” says one former Los Angeles Laker & NBA champion

Basketball Society’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson talks NBA free agency on CNN. Press Play Below To Listen! You know you’re the man when you’re the King of Akron and you have a mural of yourself painted on a wall in the city of Los Angeles months before playing a single minute as a Los Angeles

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Diana Taurasi

Diana Taurasi’s WNBA Mount Rushmore: Lisa Leslie, Sheryl Swoopes, Tina Thompson, Cheryl Miller & Sue Bird

When Diana Taurasi speaks, you listen! In a recent interview with Landon Buford, the three-time WNBA champ shared her Mount Rushmore of WNBA players. “I’ll take Lisa at the five. At the four, I’ll take Tina Thompson, no one has ever been as competitive as her. At the three I’ll take Swoopes. At the two I’ll take

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Nate Robinson

Uncle Drew movie star & Seattle native Nate Robinson says he wants to own Seattle SuperSonics

NBA Hall of Famer and former Seattle SuperSonic Spencer Haywood dropped by Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen! Last week, Dwyane Wade expressed interest in bringing back and owning the Seattle SuperSonics. As per Sports Illustrated Charlotte Carroll, the 12-time All-Star and three-time NBA champion wants to bring Seattle’s team back. “I want

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Pat Summitt

Former Tennessee Vol Brittany Jackson says Coach Pat Summitt made her ‘mentally tough’

Next month will mark two years since legendary Tennessee Vols women’s basketball coach, Pat Summitt died. Summitt, a winner of 1,098 career coaching wins, won eight NCAA championships. She retired in 2012 when she was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. A five-time Naismith Coach of the Year, Summitt won 84% of her games as a

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