Ice Cube’s Big3 league of retired players has been starting to get a lot of notoriety. With names like Allen Iverson, Baron Davis, and Kevin Garnett amongst others, getting to watch some of our past favorite players hit the court again is quite exciting. Despite the possibility of some them gaining weight and losing some of
Ray Allen. Reggie Miller. The two share 36 years of NBA experience leading to 15 all star games and 5 all NBA teams. There are 49,784 points between them and a plethora of some of the greatest clutch shots in NBA history. Naturally, with Allen’s recent retirement there have been several discussions about his place
Ray Allen announced his retirement this week after being in the league for 20 years. The two-time MVP, Stephen Curry payed homage to the future Hall-of-Famer on his Instagram, congratulating him as well as calling him “the greatest shooter to play the game”: Big congrats to @trayfour, the greatest shooter to play the game, on
Shaquille O’Neal absolutely dominated the Pacers in Game 2 of the 2000 NBA Finals. Taking a glimpse at Shaquille O’Neal’s numbers during the 2000 NBA Finals against the Indiana Pacers quite honestly leaves me flummoxed. During the six-game series, Shaq averaged 38 points, 16 rebounds and 2 blocks per game, totally terrorizing Indiana’s frontline of Rik
When introduced to the game of basketball, one of the first things that are taught is how to shoot a basketball. As a kid, not much thought is put into it; you just grab the ball and chuck away but as you get older you start to learn all the little details that become so important.
Reggie Miller, now an NBA commentator on TNT, is one of the greatest 3 point shooters ever to take the court. Miller is most known for the electrifying games he had against the Knicks in the 90s during the playoffs. Now as he is retired and on TNT for the games, Knicks fans have to